The Tiger Woods Foundation has found its base on the East Coast in Washington, D.C., and the prestigious Congressional Country Club, site of the AT&T National going on this week.
Congressional, a recreational site for past U.S. Presidents, as well as golf's major championships, accepted Tiger Woods' PGA Tour tournament in 2007, and Woods said Tuesday in Bethesda, Md., that he hopes to continue the relationship.
"Certainly, our relationship has been positive over the years," said Woods of Congressional, which has approximately 1,500 members. "It was fantastic for them to take on a new event, and we did it in a few months."
The AT&T National was played at Aronimink near Philadelphia for the past two years while Congressional staged the 2011 U.S. Open. The tournament was successful in Pennsylvania, but Woods was eager to return to Congressional, which has agreed to be the host site through 2014.
"We've had a significant impact because of Congressional," he said.
The tournament has contributed to 125 local charities through grants, and the Tiger Woods Learning Center has campuses in both Ward 6 and Ward 7. It currently serves 25 Earl Woods Scholars, who are studying at universities across the USA.
Woods said he is interested in expanding the Learning Center in D.C., as well as creating additional learning centers in other countries. His first center in Orange County, Calif., was built to honor his father.
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