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
The PGA of America has altered its approach to the Ryder Cup with the tournament returning to the U.S.A in 2016 at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Minnesota. Perhaps the biggest change could be a team without Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson.
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
Tiger Woods texts with Jason Day pretty often, and the messages usually divulge some golf wisdom that only a guy who has won 79 times on the PGA Tour can offer. Day appreciates the gesture and the mentoring, but he said Thursday that...Show More Summary
Spieth played this year’s four majors in a combined 54 under par, breaking the previous record of 53 under set by Woods in 2000, and his performance at the PGA Championship pushed him past Rory McIlroy atop the Official World Golf Ranking. Australians and golfing fans were celebrating on Monday after Jason Day finally picked
Tiger Woods has made the leap from golf and the PGA Tour to a fine dining sports bar in Jupiter Florida, where he lives. He wanted to create a space where he could drop in, have a great meal, and watch whatever sport was on that night, anywhere in the world. Show More Summary
What next for Tiger Woods? This is a tantalizing question on the lips of many, including the former world number one himself as he puts his golf clubs away for a while after enduring a dismal PGA Tour campaign.
After last week's ratings surge, Tiger is off the radar for the start of the Playoffs. Last week, Tiger Woods delivered a boon to the PGA Tour and its television partners in a completely unexpected start at the Wyndham Championship.Show More Summary
To most golf fans, interest in PGA Tour events year-to-year goes something like this: The Masters, the U.S. Open, the British Open and PGA Championship, The Players Championship…and everything else. In the past, that “and everythingShow More Summary
After an uneven final round at the Wyndham Championship, Tiger Woods fell just short of capturing his first PGA Tour victory in nearly two years. He fired an even-par 70 on Sunday and finished four strokes back at 13-under par. His 10th...Show More Summary
Davis Love III won the Wyndham Championship on Sunday to become the third-oldest winner in PGA Tour history, while Tiger Woods' season came to an abrupt end.
Love III captured the Wyndham Championship in Greensboro, N.C., becoming the third-oldest winner in PGA Tour history, while Woods failed to qualify for the FedEx Cup playoffs, ending his season.
Tiger Woods had his best tournament in nearly two years but it was still not enough to snap a years-long winless streak on the PGA Tour as he missed a number of birdie opportunities at the Wyndham Championship on Sunday.