The WPT & Phil Hellmuth to host Tiger Jam for Tiger Woods Foundation

The WPT & Phil Hellmuth to host Tiger Jam for Tiger Woods Foundation

The World Poker Tour and 14-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner, Phil Hellmuth, hosts the annual poker and golf Tiger Jam benefiting the Tiger Woods Foundation at the MGM Grand.

When it comes to the list of outstanding sportsmen and women of our time, Tiger Woods, is right up there. And you have the opportunity to play some golf and poker with the icon May 19-20.

The WPT & Phil Hellmuth to host Tiger Jam for Tiger Woods FoundationFor two straight days, Tiger Woods will be front and centre for the Tiger Jam – a celebration of golf, poker, and entertainment benefiting The Tiger Woods Foundation and organised by TGR Live.

The action begins early on Friday, May 19 with a round of golf against the 14-time major winner at the Shadow Creek golf course followed by a private Q&A session where you get to mine the memory palace of one of the all time golfing greats.

Then, in the evening, live from the MGM Grand, the World Poker Tour (WPT) host the annual Tiger’s Poker Night. And talking about 14-time major winners, Phil Hellmuth will once again step up the plate and act as emcee.

The tournament will have a player cap, and the buy-in is $11,000. Not only do you get the opportunity to compete with Tiger Woods, but the WPT team of Mike Sexton, Vince Van Patten, and Lynn Gilmartin will also feature along with the likes of Daniel Negreanu, Maria Ho, and Antonio Esfandiari.

Then on Saturday night, you will get the opportunity to win some incredible prizes in both live and silent auctions before raving at a pool party organised by ACURA.

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Tiger Woods and his father Earl founded The Tiger Woods Foundation in 1996 to make the transformative powers of education available for those that otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford it.

If you are fortunate enough to attend the Tiger Jam and play some golf with the great man, then take it easy on him. Woods recently missed The Masters on what would have been the 20th anniversary of his first green jacket win, with a back injury. He is hoping to be back in time to compete in the US Open in June.

Tiger Woods once reigned supreme at the top of the world rankings for a record five years, but a series of crippling back injuries and subsequent surgeries has seen him drop to 757th in the world rankings.