President Trump will hand over the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Tiger Woods Monday in the Rose Garden of the White House.
The ceremony will take place at 18.00. ET will be the fourth time a golfer has received the Freedom Medal. The then President George W. Bush presented the honors Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus in 2004 and 2005. The then President Barack Obama presented the Medal of Freedom to Charlie Sifford, the first African American to participate in the 2014 PGA Tour.
Trump announced that Woods would receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom last month after Woods won the Masters tournament. It was the 43-year-old Woods first win at Augusta National since 2005 and his first major title since 2008.
After the victory of Woods Masters, Trump tweeted that he would show the golfer the Medal of Freedom. His unbelievable success and comeback in sports (golf) and especially the LIFE. "Presidents have a wide discretion over whom to award the prize, the nation's highest civil honor."
Trump is an avid golfer who played with Trump's golf club at Trump's golf club in Jupiter, Florida in February Golfers at the Trump Club in Doral, Florida, can stay at the Tiger Woods Villa, and at a ribbon ceremony in 201
In Dubai, Woods designed an 18-hole course to be managed by The Trump Organization 19659003] The Trump organization "has repeatedly demonstrated its ability to successfully manage unique high-end golf courses and golf clubs, and this is no exception, "Woods said in an interview published in the company's internal magazine in 2018.
used Woods & # 39; s goodness gel to inspire fans for decades. Trump fetched Woods at his Taj Mahal Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey, one day after the golfer's first Masters win in 1997. Two thousand fans showed up as Woods ran down a 320-meter-high red carpet, some of which stole steel barricades  Some critics have fondled Woods for his ties to Trump since the Real Estate mogul was elected president in November 2016.
"He is the President of the United States, they must respect the office," Woods told reporters in August 2018 when asked about his relationship with Trump. "No matter who's in the office, you may like the personality or politics, but we all have to respect the office."
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The Medal The ceremony of freedom will be the second sporting event to be held in the White House on Monday. Earlier, Trump had given the Commander in Chief's Army Football Trophy to honor his recent defeat of Air Force and Navy over the past season.
Ryan Gaydos and The Associated Press of Fox News contributed to this report.