It was great seeing Tiger Woods birdieing 3 of the last 4 holes to win the Memorial this afternoon by 2 strokes. The highlight was his chip-in birdie on the 16th hole from about 50 feet out. He looked like the Tiger of old in his 73rd PGA win to match Jack Nicklaus with that number. It was a good sports day with the Royals and Yankees both winning. We went to early Church in order to make a 11:30 tee time and were pleased to find that Social Hour at Church was moved to take place between the end of early Church and the 10:30 service. We enjoyed the Social time with the opportunity to visit with several people including Clifford Lowell. I have just about finished reading his book "The Early Years", so had some questions about his writing that were clarified. He has written other books and some "unpublished" stories. I would probably do more writing were it not for my "exercise program" that involves playing golf nearly every day in addition to watching PGA golf and Major League Baseball.