“I’m in this country, and I can’t even tell you where I’m at.
I can only tell you that I’m in a jungle, and that I need to eat.”
Tiger Woods is a man of his word.
He’s been on a mission to bring back Tiger Woods, the greatest golfer of all time, from the brink of extinction.
Woods has been trying to restore Tiger Woods since 2007, when he launched his own charitable foundation.
Tiger Woods has built a foundation to help people in need.
And his foundation has helped fund research into ways to combat tropical diseases.
But, at the end of the day, he has to eat.
In October, Woods made a startling announcement.
Tiger, the Tiger Woods Foundation, was shutting down.
Its assets would be sold off and put to good use.
But, instead, Woods decided to keep his sights on another target.
Woods is now one of the world’s richest people.
He is the second-richest man in the world after Bill Gates.
“We are going to keep fighting and we’re going to make it happen,” Woods said.
Tiger Woods and his foundation are closing down.
But he’s not done.
The foundation has invested $50 million in research into Zika, a disease that’s sweeping the world.
And, in October, Tiger Woods announced that he and his wife, Tiger, would donate $250 million to a global AIDS relief fund.
As a result of his efforts, more than 10 million people have been cured of the Zika virus, according to the World Health Organization.
But it’s not over yet.
At this point, Tiger’s foundation has given away nearly $300 million.
And the foundation is making the case that its philanthropic work is vital to the future of the planet.
But what happens when Tiger Woods dies?
He’ll be replaced by another man.
The first of many Tiger Woods philanthropic donations: The $1.6 million donation Woods made to the National Geographic Society.
Woods is the founder and chief executive officer of the nonprofit, which has more than 5,000 employees worldwide.
The foundation gave away $1,700 million to support the publication of this book, which will be the magazine’s annual contribution.
Woods said in a statement that the gift “has brought a tremendous amount of joy and happiness to the world.”
The National Geographic magazine will donate $1 million to the Trevor Project, a nonprofit that helps people in Haiti with HIV and AIDS.
Woods will give $50,000 to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, which works to support research into vaccines and other therapies.
Woods’ $1 billion philanthropic effort is a big deal for the publisher of National Geographic.
In 2014, National Geographic sold more than 90 percent of its shares.
This is not the first time Tiger Woods’s foundation’s philanthropy has caught the attention of investors.
Woods gave away the $200 million that he was giving to the foundation in 2007.
But that’s not the same as giving away the money he’s giving now.
Now, Woods says that his foundation’s gift to the magazine will help it make a bigger impact.
Woods says he has donated more than $1 trillion to charitable causes in his lifetime.
And he says his foundation is more powerful than ever before.
For the first half of 2017, Woods gave out $1billion to more than 200 foundations.
That’s about 3 percent of his foundation, Woods said, which is roughly equivalent to the $3.5 billion that he gave away in the same period.
He’s also said that he is investing more in his foundation than ever.
And Woods says the money that he’s given will be used for a variety of things, from research to building a museum.
More than a billion people in the U.S. and around the world have contracted Zika and more than 50 million people are living with the disease.
What will Tiger Woods do when he dies?
Woods’ death is just the beginning of a long and arduous journey.
To understand what happens after Tiger Woods passes away, I spoke with the founder of Tiger Woods.