After a shaky start to the British Open, Woods ripped through Royal Liverpool on Thursday much like he did eight years ago, when he won the claret jug for the third time.
The two dominant stars of the pro golf tour have long been Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson. However, they both go into this weekend’s Open Championship playing far from their best golf.
We love our athletes, but we also love to criticize them. And in today’s world of social media and blogs, such criticism is universal and it always comes in bulk.
Tiger Woods missed a 36-hole cut for only the 10th time on the PGA Tour with a game that showed signs of rust from being out of competition for more than three months.
Tiger Woods was back on the PGA Tour for the first time in more than three months Thursday and said he felt “fantastic.” He was talking about his back, not his game.
The PGA Tour is a big, sleepy bore. Golf needs Tiger Woods now more than ever.
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He missed the Masters and the U.S. Open, but it looks like Tiger Woods will compete in the second half of the grand slam tournament schedule.
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Woods said a week ago while promoting the Quicken Loans National tournament at Congressional that he still has not taken a full swing with a golf club.
The U.S. Open? The British Open? It’s looking more and more like Tiger Woods will be watching both on television.
Tiger Woods is on the sidelines. The last two dozen majors have been divvied up among 21 winners. Good luck making sense of it all with the Masters beginning Thursday.
Since its inception in 1934, the Masters has produced many a great moment. But the laws of the Universe dictate we must pick only five moments to gush about. So gush we shall.
Billy Payne touched on a number of topics Wednesday — including the absence of Tiger Woods and last year’s rule controversy — during his annual address on the eve of the Masters.
Whether you love Woods or not, golf is about 100 times more interesting when he is competing. But it is not a Major without Woods. It is merely a major, and it doesn’t quite have the juice that it did.