Ten years after Tiger Woods and his foundation essentially saved PGA Tour golf in Washington, his annual event in D.C. has no title sponsor, the Tour has terminated its contract with Congressional Country Club, and considerable uncertainty surrounds the future of professional golf's highest level in the nation's capital. In an email to Congressional members sent Monday, club president Rick Sullivan said the lack of a title sponsor was the driving force behind the Tour exercising its right to bail on an existing deal, which called for Congressional to host the event in 2018 and 2020. "Without a sponsor," Sullivan wrote, "the event would be a significant drain on their resources, instead of a source of funds." But representatives of both Woods and his eponymous foundation said they are actively pursuing a sponsor for the tournament, which has been known as the AT&T National and, more recently, the Quicken Loans National. Neither Mark Steinberg, Woods' agent, nor Rick Singer, the president and CEO of the Tiger Woods Foundation, ruled out establishing a new deal with Congressional should they land a sponsor.