In his third start since that Masters mess, the "golden child" gets his first win in Texas with an incredible close. We tend to make dramatic conclusions too quickly in all sports these days. It's the nature of the cycle and the need for instant reaction to everything that just happened. Show More Summary
It has taken some time but Chris Wood finally delivered on the potential he showed when finishing fifth as an amateur at the 2008 British Open by winning the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.
Chris Wood shot a front-nine 29 before overcoming a late run of bogeys to win the BMW PGA Championship for the biggest victory of his career
Chris Wood shot a front-nine 29 before overcoming a late run of bogeys to win the BMW PGA Championship by one stroke for the biggest victory of his career on Sunday, as overnight leader Scott Hend imploded in the final round.
Britain's Chris Wood won the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth on Sunday.
England's Chris Wood comes from three shots down to win the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.
Tiger Woods isn't coming back to competitive golf – at least not next week. Woods did not enter the PGA Tour's Memorial Tournament ahead of the Friday deadline, meaning he won't play in a tournament he has won five times. However, that doesn't mean the tournament wasn't on Woods' radar. Show More Summary
No one wants Tiger to return to his winning PGA Tour ways more than David Feherty, but the veteran analyst believes Woods may not be able to come back after multiple back operations. David Feherty is a huge Tiger Woods honk (though Rory...Show More Summary
Tiger Woods has made a career out of thriving under pressure. After 14 major championship victories, 79 PGA Tour wins and 106 worldwide professional triumphs, it would stand to reason that even after two back surgeries last fall, a recovering Tiger Woods could still hit a green from 102 yards away, right? Well…. Show More Summary
Tiger Woods made an appearance for Monday’s media day for the annual PGA Tour event that he hosts, the Quicken Loans National, and (...)
Tiger Woods said on Monday he is making progress in his recovery from back surgery last year but still has no idea when he will make his return to the PGA Tour.
Tiger Woods declined to provide a timetable for his return during a press conference today in Maryland, stating that he has yet to even take any full shots since his back surgery in March. And yet the PGA pro tried to take a few attempts at Congressional’s tenth tee to prove that, yes, he’ll be back someday. He needed three tries to get across the water. Read more...
Your browser does not support iframes. Tiger Woods still has no timetable for if and when he’ll return to the PGA Tour, but if Monday’s exhibition at Congressional Country Club were any indication, it won’t be any time soon. Woods, who...Show More Summary
The world of golf as we know it is changing. Tigers Woods remains the biggest draw in the sport’s history, but injuries have impacted his play and tournament appearances in recent years. Meanwhile, a new generation of PGA stars led by Rickie Fowler, Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth [...]
The members of the new Big Three (or Four, depending on if you include Rickie Fowler) have been reluctant to draw comparisons between themselves, either individually or collectively, to Tiger Woods. That's because any comparison wouldn't turn out very well. Woods has 79 PGA Tour wins, including 14 majors. Show More Summary
EA Sports had the absolute perfect response.
Golf wins again.
Tiger Woods hasn’t yet declared when he’ll be returning to the PGA Tour following multiple back surgeries last fall. When the former number one player in the world is ready to return, there’s at least one person that thinks that Tiger’s swing won’t be the problem. Show More Summary
With the regular Tiger Woods Friday watch on as the golf community waits for the rehabbing superstar to commit, or not, to The Players Championship, long-time Eldrick watcher Johnny Miller hopes not to see him next week on the PGA Tour. Miller...Show More Summary
According to an anonymous player poll, 43% of PGA Tour players think that Tiger Woods will win another tournament. That is almost half of the PGA Tour’s population… which is a pretty big number considering the quality of golf Tiger has been playing. Show More Summary