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
Johnny Miller can’t wait until next year when Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy are expected to kick off their 2014-2015 seasons at the Frys.com Open. Tiger Woods may have been all over Northern California last weekend -- taking in Stanford’s...Show More Summary
Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson made for terrible partners at the 2004 Ryder Cup. A decade later, the two appear poised to work together to fix a systemic problem. PGA of America president Ted Bishop has indicated multiple times in the last week there would be change coming to the entire U.S. Show More Summary
The PGA of America has responded to yet another U.S. loss at the Ryder Cup by forming a task force to examine the process of selecting and captaining teams for the biennial competition.
Tiger Woods has yet to swing a golf club since missing the cut at last month's PGA Championship but said on Monday his recovery from a back injury was progressing well and that he anticipated a full playing schedule next year.
Combine the CVs of Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson and the numbers are staggering: 121 PGA Tour wins including 19 major championships. Combine their ages, however, and the figure is troublesome. Woods turns 39 in December. Mickelson is 44. Show More Summary
Led by Tiger Woods, five of the top eight golfers on the money list made fewer than 20 starts last year, balancing the demands of a wraparound schedule with the desire to stay fresh.
We've seen plenty of cool photos of Tiger Woods over the years. There was the great run-and-point SI cover from the PGA Championship in 2000. There was this one from the PGA Championship a season ago. Even the photobomb by Ryan Palmer...Show More Summary
Tiger Woods has split with swing coach Sean Foley, saying on his website on Monday that his most recent injury-related break from the PGA Tour was "the right time to end our professional relationship." Woods thanked Foley "for his help as my coach and for his friendship. Show More Summary