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The comeback that seemed promising after his Hero World Challenge
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Tiger Woods returned to golf at the Hero World Challenge. (Getty) Tiger Woods is starting to fill out his schedule, now committing to three PGA Tour events in the next three months. Woods announced Wednesday that he will play in the Farmers Insurance Open, played Jan. Show More Summary
Begay was encouraged by performance of Woods, who turned 41 on Friday, in the Hero World Challenge in early December.
After an up-and-down performance in his professional comeback at the Hero World Challenge earlier in December, Tiger Woods has indicated another time we can expect to see him peg it against the best in the world. Woods formally committed to the Genesis Open on Tuesday. Show More Summary
Tiger Woods, at his own Hero World Challenge Tournament last week, mentioned a concept that resonates with many amateurs on the golf course: Just "how bad is your bad?" Do you double bogey after sinking a thirty-foot putt for birdie?...Show More Summary
Bubba Watson was 7 under through nine holes in the second round of the Hero World Challenge, such a strong start that it might have led someone to declare a "59 watch."
Here’s a breaking news bulletin for you: Tiger Woods is good for golf ratings. That might be an odd thing to say about someone who before the weekend was the 898th ranked golfer in the world. It might also be an odd thing to say about...Show More Summary
Hideki Matsuyama is coming into his own. (Getty Images) Hideki Matsuyama has finished no worse than second in his last five starts. He’s won four times, including on Sunday at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas. That bookends aShow More Summary
Tiger Woods congratulates Hideki Matsuyama after the 2016 Hero World Challenge. (Getty) NEW PROVIDENCE ISLAND, Bahamas—Tiger Woods was never a serious threat to win the Hero World Challenge, and thanks to Hideki Matsuyama, neither was anyone else. Show More Summary
Tiger Woods is putting well in his comeback. (Getty Images) Tiger Woods is putting well in his comeback at the Hero World Challenge, and he is thanking an old friend for helping him. Woods put in his bag this week the Scotty Cameron Newport 2 GSS putter he used to win 13 of his 14 major championships. Show More Summary
NEW PROVIDENCE ISLAND, Bahamas — You believing yet? Tiger Woods followed up a decent enough return performance on Thursday at the Hero World Challenge with an outstanding one on Friday, throwing another layer of beach sand on the doubts about his return from a long layoff. Show More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. NASSAU, Bahamas — It’s just one round, and you can take from it what you wish. Tiger Woods returned to the world of competitive golf Thursday at the Hero World Challenge, an 18-man event, and finished his opening round at 1-over 73. Show More Summary
NASSAU, Bahamas — At long last, Tiger Woods is once again a professional golfer. Woods began his comeback at high noon on Thursday in the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas, a no-cut, small-field event at which he’s the host. He teed...Show More Summary
Tiger Woods is starting his comeback this week. (Getty Images) Tiger Woods is back this week, as he makes his return to competitive golf after a 15-month absence at the Hero World Challenge. Woods is one of just 18 players in the field...Show More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. NASSAU, Bahamas — The Hero World Challenge is this weekend, an event featuring the most prestigious field of the young 2016-17 PGA Tour season. But with no disrespect intended toward the Bubba Watsons...Show More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. The 898th-ranked player in the world intends to hold up the trophy on Sunday. It just so happens that player is Tiger Woods, the host and five-time champion of the Hero World Challenge. “I’m entered in this event and I’m going to try and win. Show More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. It’s for real this time, and that has Tiger Woods a little nervous. Woods isn’t pushing a false start this time, planning to go through with his return to competitive golf this week at his Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas. Show More Summary
Tiger Woods took a 248-spot jump in the world golf rankings after the Hero World Challenge