Tiger Woods said he had fusion surgery on his back because he could no longer tolerate the pain, and he wants to get back on the PGA Tour
Tiger says that he hasn’t “felt this good in years” following his fourth back surgery. Tiger Woods, following his fourth back operation, feels great and looks forward to getting back to the PGA Tour — when his surgically repaired back...Show More Summary
Tiger Woods was at a PGA Tour Champions event on Tuesday to discuss the future (kind of)
The last time Tiger Woods was any good at golf was 2013. That year he was the PGA Tour’s leading money winner, the PGA Tour Player of the Year, and the world’s #1 ranked golfer. Since then it’s been all down hill. Tiger had back surgeries in 2014 and 2015 and missed the entire 2015-16 […]
In 1997, everyone became a footnote to a player whose four victories in his first full season on the PGA Tour included a record win at the Masters.
Tiger Woods says he'd pick his pop or maybe Nicklaus or Palmer.
Arnold Palmer and Tiger Woods at the API trophy ceremony in 2013. (Getty Images) The Arnold Palmer Invitational will be played this week for the first time sine the passing of Mr. Palmer last September. While PGA Tour players have been...Show More Summary
Tiger Woods hasn't played since February and says he's continuing treatment to his back
Lefty lauds Tiger: ‘Nobody built up the game more than he did.’ Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, two of golf’s graybeards, have been trying to beat each other on the PGA Tour for some 21 years, and for many of those two decades many pundits...Show More Summary
The No. 3 golfer in the world spoke with the media for the first time this year on the PGA Tour
Vegas makes a hole-in-one at the Bear Trap. No, that wasn’t Tiger Woods kicking off his final-round Honda Classic tour of PGA National’s Bear Trap by celebrating a hole-in-one on No. 15. And it wasn’t the former world No. 1 tossing his...Show More Summary
Tiger Woods’s comeback from multiple back surgeries is on hold, as his back is acting up again. And so, just as they did during the 15 months Woods spent away from the game to heal, other PGA Tour golfers are weighing in on his latest predicament. First up is Rory McIlroy, who told the Guardian’s […]
Your browser does not support iframes. PGA Tour winner Pat Perez is not a man who holds back on sharing his thoughts. In fact, over the years Double P has been the guy willing to say what other people are thinking. He did that again on Thursday at The Honda Classic. Show More Summary
The game plan for Jordan Spieth last week at Pebble Beach was to play "boring golf" and it paid off, winning the AT&T, tying Tiger Woods for most PGA Tour wins before his twenty-fourth birthday and securing a bucket list dream. What is boring golf and what tips can we take away from Spieth's AT&T Pebble Beach win to help improve our round?1. Show More Summary
Tiger Woods’ back issues forced him to withdraw from this week’s Genesis Open, but plenty of other stars will be competing in the PGA Tour event — and you can catch some of the action live on Yahoo Sports. Yahoo Sports will stream PGA...Show More Summary
Spieth joins Tiger Woods as the only players to win nine PGA Tour events before the age of 24. Just a few weeks into the new year, professional golf has had storylines aplenty to start the season. Tiger Woods’ return and non-return,Show More Summary
Feb 10 (Reuters) - Tiger Woods will not compete in two scheduled upcoming PGA Tour events due to nagging back spasms that forced him to pull out of an event in Dubai last week, the former world number one said on Friday.
Jon Rahm just made over $2 million in his first 12 PGA Tour events
Tiger Woods’ return to the PGA Tour at the Farmers Insurance Open didn’t go spectacularly well, but it wasn’t a total (...)
Jon Rahm is a future superstar with an intoxicating game that was on full display at the end of the Farmers Insurance Open. The week started with hype and anticipation for Tiger Woods’ return to the PGA Tour. It ended with a young Spanish star getting his first pro win in dramatic fashion. Show More Summary