Mickelson closed with an 8-under 64, beating Woods by 11 shots in a one-sided showdown at the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.
On Saturday, against the strongest field golf has seen in at least three months, Woods shot a 6-under 66 for a share of the lead with Robert Rock going into the final round of the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship
One shot behind with two holes to play, Woods finally looked like the player who dominated golf for so much of his career. He birdied his last two holes Sunday, making a 6-foot putt on the 18th, to win the Chevron World Challenge
With a one-shot lead going into the third round — his first time atop any leaderboard in nearly a year — Woods trudged off the 18th green at The Lakes with a 3-over 75 and found himself six shots behind John Senden.
SHANGHAI (AP) — The PGA Tour no longer is looking for new tournaments in Asia as it considers revamping the schedule so that a new season would start in the fall after the FedEx Cup […]
As Hurricane Irene bears down on the Eastern seaboard sports officials are scrambling to reschedule events.
Darren Clarke escaped the worst of the raging weather Saturday in the British Open, leaving him far less traffic on his unlikely road to a claret jug.
How refreshing and quite surprising in today’s world that a 19-year-old gifted athlete, in this case, amateur golfer Patrick Cantley ,would want to pursue a college degree, putting potentially millions of dollars aside.
The Ann Liguori Foundation has devoted time and funding for educational programs that encourage healthy eating, healthy life-styles and healthy futures.
Attention passionate golfers and corporate America: There is no better corporate hospitality and sponsorship experience than the Bob Hope Classic.
Davis Love III didn’t have much success against Jose Maria Olazabal as a player in the Ryder Cup. Now he gets to see how he fares against the Spaniard as a captain.
One of the top golf tournaments on the PGA Tour schedule, The Bob Hope Classic, is right around the corner and guess who will be playing in the pro-am tournament for the first time ever? Yes, yours truly!
Over the course of a year, almost everything we knew about Tiger Woods has been turned on its head.
He finished three shots back at 7-under 277, the closest he has been to the winner all year. He also was three behind Graeme McDowell at Pebble Beach in the U.S. Open.
He shot a 71 Saturday and this will be the ninth time in 13 tournaments this year that Woods has been behind by at least 10 shots going into the final round. That doesn’t include the Quail Hollow Championship, where he missed the cut.