There's a new title sponsor, but the World Challenge hosted by Tiger Woods in California still has a loaded field this year. The inaugural World Challenge event took place in 2000, but Woods took the reins along with Chevron to makeShow More Summary
It was sounding touch-and-go after Chevron did not renew its deal, but the Tiger Woods Foundation's "World Challenge" lands a presenting sponsor and thirteen 2012 Ryder Cuppers.
Tiger Woods ready for the British Open victory along with the number one spot in the world Last year, the 14-time major champion Tiger Woods was struggling to return to his form, which he did with a win in the Chevron World Challenge...Show More Summary
Everything appeared to finally be in place for Tiger Woods' return to the big stage. After working tirelessly with instructor Sean Foley on his swing and finally seeing his hard work pay off with a win at the Chevron World Challenge,...Show More Summary
I had to chuckle at the headline of Rex Hoggard's story on Tiger's third round 66 in Abu Dhabi: "Woods on the verge of ending victory drought." I know the Chevron World Challenge was only 18 players, but technically a win is a win, ...
Tiger Woods reminded the world just how good he once was by closing out 2011 with a win at the Chevron World Challenge — his first victory in two years. Now Woods is out to prove that wasn’t just a fluky blast from the past, but rather a sign of a return to the top. Read full article >>
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Zach Johnson was in the wrong place at the wrong time when Tiger Woods earned his first win in two years earlier this month at the Chevron World Challenge. "Unfortunately, I got the brunt of it," Johnson, who suffered a one-shot defeat...Show More Summary
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It's been well known that Tiger Woods gives his Chevron World Challenge earnings to the Tiger Woods Foundation, but wasn't as well known is his similar pledge at other events benefitting the Foundation: the AT&T National and the Deutsche Bank Championship. Doug Ferguson explains:
Tiger Woods finally breaks his winless taboo with The Chevron World Challenge title Tiger Woods finally came out of the shadows to post his long-awaited victory at the Chevron World Challenge last week, taking over the formidable Zach Johnson on the last holes. Show More Summary
An ESPN opinion piece mentioned a few reasons why Tiger Woods may have had an easier time winning his first tournament in two years, the Chevron World Challenge, but I'm not totally buying into it. The reasons? Tiger Woods with his Chevron trophy 1. Show More Summary
Taiwanese animation celebrates golfer's return to form and fondness for nightlife Video LAST UPDATED AT 15:06 ON Tue 6 Dec 2011 FOLLOWING Tiger Woods's first title in over two years - at the Chevron World Challenge on Sunday - Taiwanese...Show More Summary
Tiger wins The Chevron World Challenge. 18 players, no cut, no official money or even an event on the US Tour and yet he jumps 31 places in the OWGR. Good effort that! Lee Westwood wins Nedbank Challenge in South Africa, beating 11 others and yes, we had OWGR points and plenty, up for grabs. Show More Summary
In a bit of old news now, you’ve probably heard Tiger Woods won yesterday’s Chevron World Challenge and ended a 749-day winless funk he was stuck in since all those [...]
As you have probably heard by now, Tiger Woods made his return to the winners circle following a two-year hiatus after winning the Chevron World Challenge this past weekend. When asked how it felt to get back to winning during the post-tournament press conference, Tiger channeled his inner LL Cool J and shared the following [...]
It’s taken him quite awhile to bounce back to full form, but on Sunday (December 4) Tiger Woods won his first golf tournament in two years. After Woods’ 2009 sex scandal was revealed to the world, his marriage and golf game quickly fizzled,...Show More Summary
Sizing up the TV coverage from the Chevron World Challenge... and away we go. Tiger Woods was the big winner at the Chevron World Challenge. But you want to know who else came out a big winner? Mashed potatoes, that's who. No, you didn't...Show More Summary
After a painful 749-day losing streak, Tiger Woods is finally back on top. The golfer eked out a one stroke victory Sunday in the Chevron World Challenge, finishing up four rounds of solid play with a birdie-birdie finish on the final two holes. In fact, Woods only made one glaring mistake...
Tiger Woods winning his first tournament in over two years by making birdies on the final two holes to beat Zach Johnson at the Chevron World Challenge makes plenty of sense to me. Listening to a fan yell “mashed potatoes” following Tiger’s tee-shot on the final hole of the tournament, on the other hand, doesn’t. [...]