Notah Begay moving to England to play Europe

Navajo/Pueblo golfer Notah Begay is moving to England to play the European Tour.

Begay qualified for the tour at a recent event in Spain. He's planning to compete in 22 to 25 tournaments in 2007.

While overseas, Begay hopes to educate others about Native Americans. "I love to answer questions about my background and hopefully people in Europe will ask me plenty of them," he tells The Guardian of London.

Begay will also meet up with his old Stanford University teammate, Tiger Woods. They've remained friends as Woods became a huge golfing star.

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Unconventional Begay takes path less travelled back from the wilderness (The Guardian 12/12)

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