On a gorgeous August day, Tiger Woods halted his top-secret visit to Chicago's South Side to ask this question: Where are the kids?
Woods and Mark Rolfing led a motorcade of a dozen golf carts at Jackson Park and South Shore, two city-run, century-old courses with enormous potential. Nearby, teenagers shot hoops and played tennis, not golf.
Where are the kids?
"He said it 10 times," said Rolfing, the NBC/Golf Channel analyst and DeKalb native.
After Woods' cart had to zoom past oncoming traffic at South Jeffrey Avenue, which bisects Jackson Park, the 14-time major winner said to Rolfing: "Let me get this straight. You're going to do...