Tiger Woods, who hasn’t played in an event since withdrawing from the Omega Dubai Desert Classic on Feb. 3 with back spasms, hasn’t ruled out a return for the Masters next month. “God, I hope so,” Woods said Monday during an appearance on “Good Morning America” when asked if he thinks he’ll play at Augusta. “I’m […]
Your browser does not support iframes. Tiger Woods had already bowed out of this week’s Genesis Open, the result of suffering back spasms and discomfort that forced him out of the Dubai Desert Classic after one round. However, with his tournament management company running the old L.A. Show More Summary
Tiger backed out of this week’s Genesis Open, but he was supposed to serve as the host. Now his doctors don’t even want him having a press conference. The reason cited for Tiger Woods’ withdrawal from the Dubai Desert Classic two weeks ago was back spasms. Show More Summary
Feb 6 (Reuters) - Tiger Woods' withdrawal from last week's Dubai Desert Classic due to back spasms has cast a lengthening shadow over his return to competition, leaving at least one expert to conclude his brilliant career is now drawing to a premature close.
Your browser does not support iframes. Tiger Woods’ comeback lasted three rounds before being interrupted on Friday. One hour before his second-round tee time, Woods withdrew from the Dubai Desert Classic in the United Arab Emirates, citing back spasms. Show More Summary
Spain's Sergio Garcia completes a wire-to-wire victory at the Dubai Desert Classic for his first European Tour title in more than three years.
Sergio Garcia shot a final-round three-under-par 69 to win the Dubai Desert Classic on Sunday after holding the tournament lead since the opening round. The Spaniard, who had never posted a top-10 finish in his previous seven Desert Classic appearances, finished on a 19-under 269, three strokes...
Garcia shot final-round 3-under-par 69 after holding tournament lead since opening round.
Feb 5 (Reuters) - Sergio Garcia won the Dubai Desert Classic, his 12th European Tour title, after a final round 69 on Sunday kept him three shots clear of Ryder Cup team mate Henrik Stenson.
Feb 5 (Gracenote) - Scores from the European Tour Dubai Desert Classic at the par-72 course on Sunday in Dubai -16 Sergio Garcia (Spain) 65 67 68 -13 Henrik Stenson (Sweden) 68 68 67 -11 Ian Poulter (Britain) 67 71 67 Prom Meesawat (Thailand)...Show More Summary
Tiger Woods has not enjoyed a triumphant return to golf. (Getty Images) Tiger Woods withdrew from the Omega Dubai Desert Classic on Friday, citing back spasms, his fourth WD with such issues since 2014. So now what? Is this who Tiger is for the rest of his life? Unless he makes drastic changes, Woods’ career could be over. Show More Summary
MORE BAD NEWS FOR TIGER WOODS. The 14-time major winner withdrew from the Omega Dubai Desert Classic before the second round. He complained of muscle spasms in his back. According to his agent Mark Steinberg, the discomfort wasn't related to nerve problems. Show More Summary
Sergio Garcia made a birdie putt from six feet in darkness on Saturday to take a three-shot lead into the final day of the Dubai Desert Classic. Garcia finished with a pair of birdies for a four-under-par 68, which took his three-day total to 16 under. Henrik Stenson missed a birdie chance on...
Feb 4 (Reuters) - Sergio Garcia shot a third-round 68 to finish three shots clear of his Ryder Cup team mate Henrik Stenson in the Dubai Desert Classic on Saturday.
Spain's Sergio Garcia remains three shots clear in the Dubai Desert Classic after the delayed third round is stopped because of darkness.
Sergio Garcia leads the Omega Dubai Desert Classic by 3 shots after 3 rounds. Garcia finished his round today/tonight in the dark, with a (...)
Spain's Sergio Garcia opens up a three-shot lead in the Dubai Desert Classic as the second round is completed on Saturday morning.
Feb 4 (Gracenote) - Scores from the European Tour Dubai Desert Classic at the par-72 course on Saturday in Dubai. The cut was set at 145. -12 Sergio Garcia (Spain) 65 67 -9 Ignacio Elvira (Spain) 67 68 -8 Henrik Stenson (Sweden) 68 68 George...Show More Summary