Beshear golfs with Tiger Woods in West Virginia

Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear played golf with Tiger Woods on Wednesday.
    
The two-term Democratic governor was part of a foursome in a pro-am golf event before the start of the Greenbrier Classic, a golf tournament on the PGA Tour in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia.
    
Beshear's spokesman, Terry Sebastian, said Beshear was thrilled to play with Woods, calling him a golf legend. The team finished 9 under par, and Sebastian said Beshear picked up three of those strokes for the team.
    
Woods has won 14 major championships. Beshear is finishing up his second term as Kentucky's governor. He cannot seek re-election because of term limits.

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