By Dialogo April 26, 2010 U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) announced today a New Horizons humanitarian assistance exercise in Haiti that will provide much needed medical and engineering services to several communities outside of Port au Prince, including Gonaives, beginning 1 June through September. The New Horizons projects and medical assistance sites are at locations selected in coordination with the Government of Haiti and U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to fit within post-earthquake requirements. Engineering projects include: renovation of a school roof; new construction at three schools; water well improvements; and a sports recreation area. Free medical care will be provided at five different sites. U.S. military medical staff will be at each site for 10 days and will provide general medical, dental and optometry care for up to 700 patients daily. Veterinary care will also be available. The New Horizon team continues the Department of Defense commitment to helping the people of Haiti and supporting USAID, which is leading the overall U.S. assistance effort in Haiti. The assistance from New Horizons is in addition to the over $1.03 billion dollars in emergency humanitarian assistance already provided to the Haitian people by the U.S. Government in the aftermath of the January 12 earthquake. New Horizons began in the mid-1980s as an annual series of joint and combined humanitarian assistance exercises that U.S. Southern Command conducts with Latin American and Caribbean nations. Typically, New Horizons exercises last several months, providing medical services and infrastructure projects, while giving deployed U.S. military forces invaluable opportunities to work with Partner Nations.
Follow Tiger and the rest below with our live Farmers Insurance Open leaderboard.Farmers Insurance Open leaderboard:Live scores from Torrey PinesLeaderboardFarmers Insurance Open23 – 26 January 2019Pos.Player NameNationalityScoreRound 1Round 2Round 3Round 4Total1Justin RoseEngland-21636669692672Adam ScottAustralia-19706665682693Hideki MatsuyamaJapan-16666673672723Talor GoochUSA-16696867682725Jon RahmSpain-14627268722745Rory McIlroyNorthern Ireland-14716569692745Jason DayAustralia-14677169672748Billy HorschelUSA-13666871702759Cameron SmithAustralia-12716971652769Gary WoodlandUSA-12717069662769Joel DahmenUSA-12686770712769Scott BrownUSA-127068687027613Ryan PalmerUSA-116767756827713Patrick ReedUSA-116969697027713Bud CauleyUSA-116670746727713Sepp StrakaAustria-116967717027713Matt JonesAustralia-116774696727713Michael ThompsonUSA-116869697127713Tony FinauUSA-116969697027720Sung-hoon KangSouth Korea-107170667127820Jason KokrakUSA-107169696927820Doug GhimUSA-106373677527820Charles Howell IIIUSA-106670756727820Tiger WoodsUSA-107070716727825John HuhUSA-96868717227925Trey MullinaxUSA-97071687027925Danny WillettEngland-97168707027925Xander SchauffeleUSA-96970707027929Mackenzie HughesCanada-87070707028029Si Woo KimSouth Korea-86768737228029Hank LebiodaUSA-87067687528029Jim KnousUSA-87071706928029Robert StrebUSA-86968727128029Jonas BlixtSweden-86869746928035Adam SvenssonCanada-77067697528135Jordan SpiethUSA-76572727228135Wyndham ClarkUSA-76967707528135Keegan BradleyUSA-76871697328135Sangmoon BaeSouth Korea-76867717528140Sam BurnsUSA-67066747228240Luke ListUSA-67069717228240J.T. PostonUSA-67268697328243Marc LeishmanAustralia-56873707228343Martin LairdScotland-57366697528343Nicholas LindheimUSA-57169707328343Julian EtulainArgentina-57167717428343Kevin TwayUSA-57071727028343Scott StallingsUSA-56971717228343Sam RyderUSA-56969727328343Nick TaylorCanada-57168727228343Russell KnoxScotland-56770737328352Emiliano GrilloArgentina-46774707328452Sungjae ImSouth Korea-47268727228452Chris StroudUSA-46671747328452Braden ThornberryUSA-47167727428452Chris ThompsonUSA-47466707428457John SendenAustralia-36873727228557Bill HaasUSA-36772707628557Adam SchenkUSA-37269747028557Cameron DavisAustralia-37269727228557Beau HosslerUSA-36770747428562Grayson MurrayUSA-26872717528662Shawn StefaniUSA-26774707528662Brandt SnedekerUSA-26873717428662Ben SilvermanCanada-26871727528666Rickie FowlerUSA-17366747428766C.T. PanChina-16475717728766Brandon HagyUSA-16671747628766Stephan JaegerGermany-17071727428770Ryan BlaumUSAPar7170757228870Rory SabbatiniSouth AfricaPar7268767228872John ChinUSA+16671777528972Joaquin NiemannChile+16673708028972Nick WatneyUSA+17268747528972Sebastian MunozColombia+16872757428976Sean O’HairUSA+27169777329077Morgan HoffmannUSA+370707972291Click here or refresh if you don’t see scores and results above. Tiger Woods begins his 2019 PGA Tour schedule this week at Torrey Pines in the Farmers Insurance Open. Interestingly, Woods’ last major tournament win — the 2008 U.S. Open — came at Torrey Pines, where he also won the Farmers in 1999, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2013. The Farmers Insurance Open is a full-field PGA Tour event, with a cut after 36 holes. The 14-time major winner traditionally begins his golf year with the tournament since it’s right in his wheelhouse. He’s looking to pick up where he left off in 2018 following a victory at the Tour Championship — his first PGA Tour win in more than five years.MORE: Watch the Farmers Insurance Open live and on-demand with fuboTVDefending champion Jason Day, world No. 2 Justin Rose and Jordan Spieth are also among notables in a competitive field.