Tiger Woods’ victory on Sunday is the talk of the sports world. Why? Because few thought we would see this day again. He has had four back surgeries in the past five years; he has undergone great personal difficulties, mistakes, physical and mental challenges. And yet, he won. His victory is worth saluting because of the effort and determination it took to get there. He didn’t need the money; he didn’t need the fame. He didn’t need anything except to prove to himself that he could do it. The Code says, “I will give my best effort in practice and competition…” Can we all learn something from Tiger? Will we run the extra lap, take the extra time, make the extra effort?