An unknown former golf pro cites unnamed sources in claiming that Tiger Woods was banned from the PGA Tour for failing a drug test -- allegations Woods’ agent and the tour vociferously deny. Tiger Woods’ agent has denied that his client...Show More Summary
Former PGA Tour player Dan Olsen made a serious accusation on Friday: that Tiger Woods had been suspended by the Tour for a month. Olsen, who was an exempt player for the 2004 PGA Tour season, made the claim Friday on radio station WVFN to host David DeMarco. Show More Summary
T iger Woods isn't golfing. He's taking some time off to rest, to heal, and to work on his game. But according to one dude who probably doesn't know anything, it's all a coverup, and Woods is actually serving a secret Tour suspension for a failed drug test. Today, both the PGA Tour and Woods's agent flatly deny the claim. Read more...
Tiger Woods is not serving a suspension from the PGA Tour for failing a drug test, his agent and a Tour official emphatically stated Monday. “These claims are absolutely, unequivocally and completely false,” Mark Steinberg said in a statement (via ESPN). “They are unsourced, unverified and completely ridiculous.” The allegations were made by golf pro […]
Tiger Woods' 2000 was one of the greatest years in the history of golf. Woods won the U.S. Open, Open Championship and PGA Championship as part of a nine-win PGA Tour season. Frank Nobilo, who played against Woods during his PGA Tour...Show More Summary
Yeah, I’m bored. No, I’m not looking at “hot wives and girlfriends” of PGA Tour players for entertainment. I’m certainly NOT watching the Pebble Beach Pro-Am. I find it better […]
With TV ratings falling and Tiger Woods out of golf for the foreseeable future, the PGA Tour is at a crossroads after riding a popularity wave around the turn of the century. Now the PGA Tour is hoping to attract a new audience by developing...Show More Summary
Tiger Woods said his golf game is not acceptable for the PGA Tour these days and that he will taking time away from the pro circuit until he feels it is. He hopes that could be as soon as two weeks, however. The 39-year-old shot a career-worst...Show More Summary
Struggling mightily right now, Tiger Woods will step away from the PGA Tour until his game is up to snuff, he announced Wednesday night on his website. Woods, who withdrew from a tournament last week when his back acted up and he famously said his glutes would not engage, said this latest physical setback is […]
Tiger Woods does not plan to return to the PGA Tour until he feels his game is "tournament-ready," the American former world number one said on Wednesday.
In his last two tournaments, Woods, who has won 14 major tournaments, has missed the cut and withdrawn because of injury.
Tiger Woods says his golf is not acceptable for the PGA Tour and he will not return until it is.
Tiger Woods issued an oddly-timed statement Wednesday amid unconfirmed word that Woods will take a leave of absence from the PGA Tour.
Cheyenne Woods, in Australia to defend her Ladies Masters title, believes her uncle, Tiger Woods, will figure things out and ‘be back for good’ on the PGA Tour. Cheyenne Woods, speaking as the defending champion of this week’s Australian...Show More Summary
Following his withdrawal from the Farmers Insurance Open, Tiger Woods' World Golf Ranking has fallen to 62nd in the world, his lowest point since his first full season on the PGA Tour in 1996. In October, 1996, Tiger Woods won the Las Vegas Invitational, his first career win. Show More Summary
Tiger Woods hasn't been this low in the Official World Golf Ranking since 1996, the year he turned pro. Woods checks in at No. 62 in the lastest world ranking, his worst ranking since the week after he won his first PGA Tour event in Las Vegas in October 1996 (No. Show More Summary
If his aching back is willing and he chooses to deviate from his regularly scheduled PGA Tour events, Tiger Woods can get his ‘reps’ in at several upcoming tournaments. Tiger Woods’ most recent injury sparks serious questions about his...Show More Summary
While much of the focus will be on another horrible week for Tiger Woods, the weekend at Torrey Pines may have revealed who will be the top challenger to Rory McIlroy's throne. It was another week on the PGA Tour when we lost both Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson before the weekend. Show More Summary
This has never happened. Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson have never each had the weekend off in consecutive weeks on the PGA Tour. Woods had never missed the cut in consecutive starts in his PGA Tour career before a career-worst 82 at the Phoenix Open sent him packing almost six months after missing the cut at the PGA Championship. Show More Summary
Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson will try to make a cut this week, while Dustin Johnson returns after a six-month hiatus in what should be one of the better winter PGA Tour events. One of the marquee early-season events tees off Thursday at Torrey Pines and everyone will be watching to see if it can get any worse for the man who has owned this event. Show More Summary