The story of George and Woody Woods is a long one.
They started as a trio of two brothers and later grew into a three-time Masters champion and five-time PGA Tour winner.
Both were born in a suburb of New York City, and they are still very much part of the borough.
In fact, the two are both born and raised in the same New York borough.
And while Woody is a native of the Bronx, George is not.
The two have played golf together on and off for a long time, and as a result, the story is much more than just a golf story.
The story is also a family saga.
George’s parents, John and Anne, died when he was young.
John was a lawyer, while Anne was a teacher.
Their son was also a professional golfer, who started out in the pro ranks but then ended up with a huge fall.
After that, he struggled with depression and drug addiction, and finally, in 2000, he died at age 47.
Woody and his mother Anne have never been seen together in public, and it’s been nearly two decades since he last spoke to them.
Woody’s story is a big part of a much bigger story that is happening in the world of golf, and this year marks the 50th anniversary of his first major victory.
This is the story of a star golfer who played with both hands, and who in a sport where most players play on the ball and not with a racket, is also very much a player.
It’s also the story that started it all, and the story we will tell on Sunday is all the more incredible because it’s a story that has gone on for 50 years.
And that’s exactly the story I want to tell.
I want you to watch this video of George as he was playing with his new wife, Nancy.
She was playing golf with him when she caught sight of the two of them, and she saw a very, very big smile on his face.
It was an amazing moment.
Nancy was a great golfer.
But she was also incredibly close to her husband.
Nancy started playing golf in 1977, when she was 17.
The first round of her tournament at the Golf Course Club at Pebble Beach, New York, had been a massive success.
She had played in the Masters and was the youngest player to win a major.
But the tournament was over before the women’s final, which was being held that day.
Nancy and George were both still in the house at the time, but their husbands had gone to the beach to go fishing.
The day before the final, they got out of the car and started to walk back to their car.
They were standing in the parking lot of a local hotel when they saw this big man.
George thought it was an odd sight to see, and he and Nancy were not in the best of moods.
So they just looked at each other, and Nancy said, “I don’t know if you’ll ever see a better guy.”
And she told George, “Look, if you want to see the next round, you have to give me a call.
You’ve gotta get in touch with me.”
And George just started laughing.
And he said, [to his wife], “We’ve got to get out of here, now.
Let’s get out.”
So George walked out into the parking lots, and then Nancy and her friends started chasing him.
And George was very angry and he was very upset, and when he got back to his car, he said to Nancy, “You know what, I’ll call you again, and I’ll tell you what I’ve been doing.”
He said, and that’s when I said, you know, I’ve gotta tell you, I’m going to call you, and you can get me a place to stay.
“He had this vision of Nancy and me walking into the hotel room, and all of a sudden she’s on her knees, and my heart just stopped.
And I was so, so, sorry.
I thought, What the hell am I going to say?
And then I thought about all the people that I love and the people I love the most, and how many times they’ve told me, I will be with you.
I have been with you in so many ways over the years, and we are one family.
And you know what?
I’ll be there for you, Nancy, when you need me.
So when the phone rang, I immediately got up and I dialed the number.
And then she says, “Oh, hello, George.
“And I said “Hi, I got a question.
“And her response was, “Can you come over to my house tonight and have dinner with me?
I think I need to go to bed.
“And I told her that I thought that might be something that might make sense.
And she said, sure