PGA Tour commissioner, Tim Finchem, gave a press conference from the Tour Championship at East Lake on Tuesday. Tim, who is expected to retire at the end of the season, was supposed to give an update on the state of the tour. Instead,...Show More Summary
Tiger Woods and PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem shaking hands. (PGA Tour/Getty Images) Tim Finchem may be a little biased. He’s been the PGA Tour commissioner since 1994, and he’s presided over the tour for all 79 of Tiger Woods’ PGA Tour wins. Show More Summary
Tiger Woods excited the golf world yesterday with news that he hopes to return to the PGA Tour in October. Tiger is always the biggest story wherever he goes. When he withdraws from a tournament, the media focuses on the injury more than the tournament. Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson not only joined the chorus of voices welcoming Tiger Woods back to the PGA Tour, but he went solo in saying he wanted to go up against the former world No. 1 when he makes his comeback next month in Napa at the Safeway...Show More Summary
Johnny Miller CAN. NOT. WAIT. for Tiger Woods to return to competitive golf — at the 1973 U.S. Open winner’s very own Safeway Open! At Silverado! In the first event of the PGA Tour’s 2016-2017 season! In little more than a month! "A big yes. Show More Summary
Sept 7 (Reuters) - Former world number one Tiger Woods, whose ranking has slipped to a mind-boggling 711th after being blighted by injuries and poor form in recent years, said on Wednesday that he is hoping to make his PGA Tour return at next month's Safeway Open in Napa, California.
Sept 7 (Reuters) - As Tiger Woods prepares for what many pundits believe to be the final chapter of his competitive career, it is fair to say that the crystal ball detailing what lies ahead for him is totally opaque at this point.
Woods is a 79-time winner on the PGA Tour, but is now 40, more than a year removed from competitive golf and last hoisted a trophy in 2013.
Tiger Woods announced on Wednesday that he hopes to make his competitive return to golf next month, beginning with the PGA Tour's Safeway Open in Napa, California, after spending more than a year on the sidelines.
Woods said on his website Wednesday that he hopes to play in the Safeway Open in Napa, Calif. on Oct. 13.
Tiger Woods is still on the sidelines of the PGA Tour. (Getty Images) Tiger Woods hasn’t played competitive golf in 13 months, so he’s had some more time on his hands to spend time with his two kids. That included, on Tuesday, showing up to his daughter Sam’s third-grade class for Career Day. Show More Summary
THERE HAVE BEEN A LOT of Tiger Woods memories this week marking Tiger's 20-year anniversary as a PGA Tour professional. As for me, I'll just offer his trademark club twirls, courtesy of Skratch TV. The club twirl suited Tiger because, you know, he hit so many good shots. Show More Summary
Golfers aren’t the most inspired souls on the planet. Normally, they just keep on copying whatever Tiger Woods did in 2002 until they get old and join the Senior PGA tour. They also love to revisit this baffling move: hitting the ball off a tee that’s resting precariously on a laid-out body. It’s not THAT […]
Tiger Woods has a lot of golf clubs at his house. (PGA Tour) Tiger Woods hasn’t played competitive golf in more than a year, and, at a minimum, he won’t play again until October. However, he’s one of the biggest equipment free agents in golf. Show More Summary
Tiger Woods says he’s "thrilled" for Olympic medal winners. Rory McIlroy may not have been tuned in, but Tiger Woods and other PGA Tour stars liked what they saw when Justin Rose earned the gold medal on Sunday. Indeed, Woods, a proponent...Show More Summary
If and when Tiger Woods ever returns to the PGA Tour, he’ll be doing it with another company’s clubs in his bag. He also won’t have Nike’s iconic swoosh on his balls, after the sports-apparel giant announced Wednesday that it will move to only producing golf shoes and clothing. “Nike Golf will transition out of […]
GOLF CHANNEL REPORT: "Tiger Woods has withdrawn from the PGA Championship and will miss the remainder of the 2015-16 PGA Tour season."
When asked if there is a chance he won't golf in a PGA Tour event in 2016, Woods replied: "I don't know."
Hey! We're going to get some Tiger Woods on the weekend of a PGA Tour event. Tiger Woods is back! Well, he's present, at least. Tiger will join the CBS broadcast on Sunday during the final round of the Quicken Loans National. We haven't...Show More Summary