Sport Tiger gives a proper farewell to long-time security officer at Torrey
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From directing Tiger Woods through crowds, to driving him off the course after a withdrawal, to posing next to him after winning the 2008 U.S. Open, Officer Debbie Ganley has shared a lot of memorable experiences with Woods at Torrey Pines.
Ganely is retiring after 21 years with the San Diego Police Department, but she's going out like she's spent many of her years – by Woods' side.
Ganley, who is overseeing security for the final time at the Farmers Insurance Open, was selected by the tournament as its first Hometown Hero. As part of the honor, she caddied for Woods during part of his Wednesday pro-am.
Woods, McIlroy give Torrey Pines the feel of a season opener
SAN DIEGO (AP) — A small crowd that gathered in the morning chill made its way to the first tee to watch Tiger Woods start his pro-am round Wednesday at Torrey Pines. The first starting time is ideal because the front nine is open. Rory McIlroy was in the second group. As the FedEx Cup champion and PGA Tour player of the year, wouldn't he have the option of going first? McIlroy laughed and said, “I'm not Tiger Woods.” No one is. Woods has builtThe first starting time is ideal because the front nine is open.
Check out the experience below (and it's OK if you shed a tear or two).
Officer Debbie is retiring after more than 20 years in San Diego law enforcement.
At her last tournament on duty,— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) found a special way to say thank you for keeping players safe through the years .
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