Revered golfer Tiger Woods has revealed that he is healthy and ready to return to competitive golf after sustaining back injuries, which has kept him from playing in the PGA Tour since August. The 39-year old has said that his recovery has allowed him to ramp up his practice sessions and is hopeful about the outcome of the said sessions.
When you're last, you're first off the tee. Tiger, you're up. In a normal PGA Tour event, players would not be re-sorted and re-paired according to score after just one round. But the Hero World Challenge is not a normal event with a...Show More Summary
Tiger Woods made his return to PGA play today at his own Hero World Challenge charity tournament, and the above video suggests maybe he needs a few more months off. Here he is on the par-5 13th at Isleworth, struggling mightily. He's currently +4, in last place. Read more...
Tiger Woods returns at a silly season event he hosts annually, and 10 of the top 15 players in the world will tee it up in what is probably the best field since the Ryder Cup. While it may not be an official PGA Tour event, the most interesting golf tournament since the Ryder Cup tees off on Thursday morning in Orlando. Show More Summary
Tiger Woods expects the PGA of America’s task force to create a blueprint that will guide the 2016 U.S. team and ‘all future Ryder Cups.’ Tiger Woods has no intention of making a career of his work on the newly formed Ryder Cup taskShow More Summary
The path to future American Ryder Cup dominance starts getting paved next week, when the PGA of America-commissioned, 11-man Ryder Cup task force meets for the first time. Golf Channel reports the kickoff meeting was originally planned for this week at the Tiger Woods-hosted Hero World Challenge. Show More Summary
After missing a season-ending cut at the PGA Championship, Tiger Woods had some time on his hands. Between rehabilitating a re-tweaked back injury from the week prior at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational to spending time playing soccer with his kids and in Vail with his girlfriend Lindsey Vonn, Woods did some soul-searching. Show More Summary
This weekend, Tiger Woods will play in the Hero World Challenge in Isleworth, Florida. And it won’t just be his first competitive event since the PGA Championship back in July. It will also be his first tournament since he fired swing coach Sean Foley in August and hired swing consultant Chris Como. So hardcore golf […]
Three PGA Tour powerhouses — Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, and Dustin Johnson — are looking to 2015 as resets for their struggling careers. Tiger and Phil are reportedly slimmer and fitter than ever, while DJ’s heavy-duty workouts include...Show More Summary
Charlie Sifford, who helped desegregate the PGA Tour and pave the way for Tiger Woods, will become only the third golfer to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Tiger Woods expressed his gratitude on Monday night to Charlie Sifford...Show More Summary
It's hard to imagine Sergio Garcia as much anything other than a professional golfer. The world's No. 2 has been in the broader golf consciousness since his endearing run at Tiger Woods in the 1999 PGA Championship. However, even then, Garcia was no sure thing to become the kind of global star he is today. Show More Summary
Dustin Johnson, still on leave from the PGA Tour, beats Tiger Woods’ score at Sherwood CC by one stroke. In completely unrelated news, the long-ball hitter ascends in the world rankings despite his continued hiatus from competitive golf. Dustin...Show More Summary
Dustin Johnson is still on a leave of absence from the PGA Tour, meaning he won't defend his title this week at the WGC-HSBC Champions in China. But that doesn't mean the world's No. 15 -- he actually has improved in the ranking since stepping away from golf -- has lost a step. On Oct. Show More Summary
Despite his leave of absence from the PGA after allegedly testing positive for cocaine use, golfer Dustin Johnson isn't letting his game go to waste. He just set a course record that beat golf giant Tiger Woods by a stroke. Johnson,Show More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. The PGA of America has announced its Ryder Cup task force, and Tiger Woods is a part of the 11-man roster charged with getting the U.S. back on the winning side of the biennial matches. Over his...Show More Summary
The PGA of America has announced its Ryder Cup task force, and Tiger Woods is a part of the 11-man roster charged with getting the U.S. back on the winning side of the biennial matches. Over his career, Woods has often been accused of not caring about the Ryder Cup as some kind of explanation for his lackluster 13-17-3 overall record. Show More Summary
Tiger Woods, fresh off motivating a Stanford golfer to fire a 59, will help a PGA of America task force figure out how the Americans can beat the Europeans in 2016. If Tiger Woods can inspire the PGA of America panel formed to figure out how the U.S. Show More Summary
(AP) — The PGA of America wants to take a closer look at its Ryder Cup failures by creating a task force that includes Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, along with three past captains of losing American teams.
For most any golfer, meeting Tiger Woods is an inspiring experience. It has to be, shaking hands with a guy who has won 79 PGA Tour events, including 14 major titles. Maybe some of that competitive greatness rubbed off on Stanford golfer Viraat Badhwar. Show More Summary
The PGA of America is expected to announce the members of its Ryder Cup task force on Tuesday, the committee charged with scrutinizing all aspects of the American approach to the matches against Europe with the hope of stemming a trend where the U.S. Show More Summary