The start of a new year on the PGA Tour at Kapalua lost some sizzle when Tiger Woods stopped going after 2005, which was four years after Phil Mickelson decided to go to Hawaii only for a vacation.
Your browser does not support iframes. U.S. Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III isn't waiting to prepare for next October's matches in Minnesota. On Wednesday at The RSM Classic, site of this week's PGA Tour event, Love, the tournamentShow More Summary
If Rory needs additional motivation to defend his Race to Dubai title, chief rival Danny Willett provides it by claiming Euro Tour rules don’t apply to McIlroy. Rory McIlroy, like Tiger Woods for so many years on the PGA Tour, is the marquee attraction across the Atlantic. Show More Summary
U.S. Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III isn't waiting to prepare for next October's matches in Minnesota. On Wednesday at The RSM Classic, site of this week's PGA Tour event, Love, the tournament host, announced Tiger Woods, Jim FurykShow More Summary
The golf silly season can drive some interesting experiments and putting two of the Tour's more renowned loopers on the course reporting for Golf Channel could be pretty cool. Tiger Woods’ ex-caddie Steve Williams may be hogging theShow More Summary
Tiger Woods, even from his sick bed a couple states south of last week’s PGA Tour event in Jackson, Miss., still exerts influence on those able-bodied enough to tee it up inside the ropes. Just ask William McGirt, who was winless as he began his sixth tour season in October. Show More Summary
William McGirt hasn’t won a tournament on the PGA Tour yet, but he’s getting increasingly closer. He’s had 12 top-10s in (...)
Steve Williams served as Tiger Woods’ caddy from 1999 to 2011, during which Woods dominated the PGA Tour, won 13 of his 14 Majors, and earned over $88 million. Williams recently wrote a book called “Out Of The Rough” about his time with Tiger, and he was very critical of Woods, of whom he once said he wanted to “shove something up that black arsehole.” Read more...
Tiger Woods may not be quite ready to call it quits, but the PGA Tour has officially recognized that the former world No. 1 won’t be reliving his glory days any time soon. With Woods’ career in free fall for the past two years as youngsters...Show More Summary
The new PGA Tour season officially starts on Thursday, but it seems like the stretch drive to Rory McIlroy. Tiger Woods won’t be teeing it up at this week’s Frys.com Open as planned and the next competitive golf date for the injured 321st-ranked player in the world remains a mystery. Show More Summary
Harold Varner III is the just the second African-American golfer to earn his PGA Tour card since Tiger Woods burst onto the scene in 1996 (...)
In 2007, Anthony Kim was 22 and was considered the next big thing on the PGA Tour, a young golfer with a better swing than Tiger Woods had at the same age. In 2012, Kim shot a 74 in the opening round of the Wells Fargo Championship, withdrew from the tournament, and walked away from the sport. Show More Summary
Twenty-two-year-old Texan golfer Jordan Spieth had a hell of a 2015 PGA Tour season, winning the Masters and U.S. Open and ascending to the sport's No. 1 ranking. Spieth made so much prize money this year, in fact—more than $23 million—that...Show More Summary
Raking bunkers for Jordan Spieth pays off for caddie Michael Greller, who rakes in more than $2 million for the PGA Tour season that just ended. When Jordan Spieth finished the richest single season in golf history by pocketing the $10...Show More Summary
Tiger Woods once won PGA Tour Player of the Year without even winning a major. Day's done that and more this season. Why not Jason Day? Many in the golf world -- including 2014 Player of the Year Rory McIlroy as well as the hottest golfer on the planet himself -- have conceded the PGA Tour best player honors to Jordan Spieth. Show More Summary
Woods said that because of lingering discomfort in his back and hip, he had elected to have surgery in hopes of returning to the PGA Tour in early 2016.
Tiger Woods will make his 2015-16 PGA Tour debut when the season does, committing Friday to the Frys.com Open in California. Woods played in this event in 2011 as a favor to then-Presidents Cup captain Fred Couples, giving Couples ample incentive to add him to the team with a wild-card pick. Show More Summary
Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy will play in the PGA Tour's season-opening Frys.com Open next month at Silverado.
Tiger Woods failed to make the FedEx Cup playoffs, meaning that his PGA Tour season ended a couple of weeks ago. So that is giving him time to hang out at various sports events, including the U.S. Open. [Davis Love III wins Wyndham Championship as Tiger Woods drops to 11th place] It was at the […]
Word is, if Tiger Woods can’t make it anymore as a golfer, he might have a future as a restauranteur if the first month of Woods Jupiter is any indication. Woods has not been able to get back to his top spot on the PGA Tour, but he is certainly making some waves in his... Read more » Everything Is Looking Up For Tiger Woods’ New Business is an article from: The Inquisitr News