One of the biggest talking points going into the 2017 year is whether Big Cat can still go
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
Rory will return to the top, Hideki get his major, Sergio won’t, and, yes, Tiger Woods will win a golf tournament. A new year brings new hope, new enthusiasm, and a new mandate for wild predictions about events that could be many months...Show More Summary
Jan 4 (Reuters) - Tiger Woods will launch his official comeback at the Farmers Insurance Open this month, the PGA Tour event announced on Wednesday.
Tiger Woods’s next appearance on the PGA Tour became known Wednesday, and, not surprisingly, it’s a place where the golfer has accumulated plenty of happy memories. That would be Torrey Pines in San Diego, site of the Farmers Insurance Open later this month and a course at which Woods has notched eight of his 79 PGA […]
The Big Cat will make his 2017 debut at a very familiar spot. Tiger Woods created some suspense about when and where he’d make his official PGA Tour return, but in the end, it was his usual starting point and maybe the venue he’s owned...Show More Summary
Tiger Woods has added a second PGA Tour event to his early 2017 schedule
Dec 30 (Reuters) - Tiger Woods celebrated his 41st birthday on Friday and long-time friend and fellow professional Notah Begay III predicts he will have more to celebrate in a triumphant return to the PGA Tour in 2017.
A healthy Big Cat could provide some extra punch for the PGA Tour in 2017
Tiger Woods agrees to play at the Genesis Open in Los Angeles in February, the scene of his first PGA Tour event back in 1992.
After a decade away from his hometown event, Tiger returns to Riviera, “where it all started.” Tiger Woods, who made his PGA Tour debut in 1992 at Riviera Country Club, announced on Tuesday that he will play in the 2017 version of the tournament, the Genesis Open. Can’t wait to be back at Riv and play in the #genesisopen. Show More Summary
Tiger Woods' 2017 PGA Tour debut could come at one of the best courses on the entire circuit
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
Dec 13 (Reuters) - Tiger Woods, who has not competed on the PGA Tour since August 2015, will return to the U.S. circuit at next year's Genesis Open in Pacific Palisades, California, the former world number one announced on Tuesday.
Dec 7 (Reuters) - With the opening PGA Tour event of 2017 just a month away, golf fans and players are bracing for the next chapter from Tiger Woods as the former world number one prepares for his first start on the U.S. circuit since August 2015.
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
It’s an NFL Sunday but set aside time to watch Tiger’s final round in the Bahamas. A sentence we haven’t seen in a long time: Tiger Woods will start a Sunday round on the PGA Tour inside the top 10! Nevermind that there are only 17 players in the field and it’s, well, not really a PGA Tour event even though it’s sanctioned and operated by the Tour. Show More Summary
Tiger Woods will be out first on Friday, which is a problem because the TV coverage is not supposed to start until almost two hours later. Golf Channel and the PGA Tour are not in an ideal situation on Friday. There's one main reason people want to watch the Hero World Challenge this week. Show More Summary
Dec 2 (Reuters) - Tiger Woods might have earned plaudits from some with his return to competition at the Hero World Challenge on Thursday, but one former player was unimpressed with the 14-time major winner's swing.
14-time major winner Tiger Woods says he "still wants to win" as he returns to the PGA Tour for the first time in 14 months at the Hero World Challenge.