Before I talk about my off season and projects I've been working on, let me first take this time to say that my prayers and thoughts are with the victims and the families affected by the horrific shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT. My heart goes out to them and we must support them in every way possible. As many of you know I dedicate my season on tour to my niece and nephew who are Autistic and all children and adults who have autism. I will also dedicate my season to all the victims and families of Newtown, CT. I will wear a special bracelet on my wrist and do my very best to make sure they are not forgotten. During this time we must continue to spread love and always be there for one another. I promise to do all I can and I know each of you will as well. Our kids are our future and we must do any and everything to protect them. LOVE. As I now transition into my off season, I must say things are progressing well. I did have a few setbacks with my back and elbow which I injured at the end of last season. I went to see the doctor this month and the MRI on my elbow was fine and my back has always been a problem, but with hot and cold packs, I have been able to stay in the gym and really build my body up for the upcoming season and I’m excited about that. 2012 was a great year on tour and a learning one as well. I met a lot of friends and look forward to meeting more next season. I also got involved with the First Tee of Seattle and the Make A Wish Chapter here in Washington State and I have to say that I’m truly blessed to do what I do and give back to our youth who are very important to me. I play golf for me, but golf has given me the platform to raise awareness about autism, cancer, Parkinson’s and now the people of Newtown. I begin hitting balls next week and start building for the upcoming season. In closing let me once again thank all of you who hit my website and check it out. I’m always grateful. To my fans on Facebook and Twitter, thank you so much for all your support. I love all of you. I hope you all have a great Christmas and Happy New Year. Talk to you in 2013.