“The NCAA Board of Governors firmly and unequivocally supports the opportunity for transgender student-athletes to compete in college sports,” the NCAA said via its website. “This commitment is grounded in our values of inclusion and fair competition.”
In a plethora of well-deserved congratulatory remarks, there was one congrats that stood out. From a golfer who just so happens to know a thing or two about the Masters and about winning majors. One of the greatest golfers to ever pick up a club, whom many consider the G.O.A.T. (greatest of all time) of golfers.
Tiger Woods gave Matsuyama a shout out and recognized the historical significance of this Masters win.
“It’s been the best 12 years of my life…and I can’t forget you Patriot nation,” Julian Edelman said. “You guys have welcomed me and my family to a region we…didn’t know but now I’m one of you.”
The receiver had two words to the fans and everyone listening that, though retiring, he evidently isn’t going anywhere and will always cherish the memories he had with New England.
Find out what he said.
Marcus “Goose” Williams is a visionary, a photographer, founder of the Live Your Day Overcoming (LYDO) Life Project, and now is a golfer.
Williams, though most of his body is paralyzed, isn’t letting that paralyze him from living every day to the fullest, chasing his dreams, and overcoming some serious adversity.