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Tiger Woods is a no-go for Augusta.

Due to a back injury, Tiger Woods has decided to skip the Masters. He recently had back surgery for a pinched nerve which was successful, according to Woods. This will be the first time the Number 1 player will pull out of the Masters since 1994. We wish him a full recovery! 

 

Source: Golf Channel

woodsThe world No. 1 announced on his website Tuesday that he recently underwent surgery for a pinched nerve in his back and will skip the Masters for the first time since 1994.

“After attempting to get ready for the Masters, and failing to make the necessary progress, I decided, in consultation with my doctors, to have this procedure done,” Woods said in a statement.

“I’d like to express my disappointment to the Augusta National membership, staff, volunteers and patrons that I will not be at the Masters. It’s a week that's very special to me. It also looks like I’ll be forced to miss several upcoming tournaments to focus on my rehabilitation and getting healthy.

“I’d also like to thank the fans for their support and concern. It’s very kind and greatly appreciated. This is frustrating, but it’s something my doctors advised me to do for my immediate and long-term health.”

 

Woods will begin intensive rehabilitation and soft-tissue treatment within a week, and he could begin hitting balls in as few as three weeks. His goal was to resume playing on the PGA Tour “sometime this summer.”

“It’s tough right now,” he said, “but I’m absolutely optimistic about the future.”

Prior to this announcement, the Masters was the only major that he had never missed a pro.

 

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Want to take your partner's name? Here is a great article that will keep you on track and make sure nothing slips through the cracks when changing your last name after your wedding. Once you receive the marriage license you can then begin the somehwat extensive process. Follow these steps to successfully change your last name. 

Source: The Knot

Just because you have a marriage license with your new last name doesn't mean you've officially changed your name. Sorry to break it to you but that's really just the first step. And you thought that was the hard part—wait until you see the lines at the social security office and motor vehicle bureau! There is a shortcut, though, you can make it easy on yourself and get the Name Change Kit on TheNest.com. Want to do it the hard way, see below.

1. Get your marriage license
Before you can change your name, you'll need the original (or certified) marriage license with the raised seal and your new last name on it. Call the clerk's office where your license was filed to get copies if one wasn't automatically sent to you.

2. Change your Social Security card
Visit the Social Security Administration's website and fill out the application for a new Social Security card. You'll keep the same number -- just your name will be different. Mail in your application to the local Social Security Administration office. You should get your new card within 10 business days.

3. Change your license at the DMV
Take a trip to the local Department of Motor Vehicles office to get a new license with your new last name. Bring every form of identification you can lay your hands on -- your old license, your certified marriage license and -- most important -- your new Social Security card.

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You already started planning your wedding and now it's time to start figuring out where to sit all of your wedding guests. For many of our clients that is one of the most stressful parts of wedding planning. We want to make it easy for you and your fiance to set up up your seating chart for your big day! 

Source: WeddingWire

 

It’s one of the biggest questions you’ll have to answer during wedding planning: Where is everyone going to sit? Here’s our step-by-step guide to creating a seating chart that is clear, organized, and makes everyone happy.

Find a Seating Chart Tool
Gone are the days of mapping out your seating chart with a pen and paper – sign up for WeddingWire’s Seating Chart Tool to easily design your floor plan – all for free!

Table Shapes and Sizes
You’ll also need to decide what types of tables you’ll have at your reception – round tables that seat eight to ten guests are the most common, but more and more couples are choosing long or square tables. You can customize the shape and capacity of your tables on WeddingWire’s Seating Chart Tool.

Start with Yourselves
Think about where you and your future spouse would like to sit. You can sit by yourselves at a sweetheart table, or with your wedding party, or with your immediate families. Once you’ve decided on your seating situation, you can move on to everyone else.

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