Your browser does not support iframes. Tiger Woods hasn't said yet publicly when he'll play again, noting after the Masters that he would take some further time away from the PGA Tour following a two-month stint to again find his game. However, according to six-time Masters champion Jack Nicklaus, the former world No. Show More Summary
We now know when Tiger Woods will play next on the PGA Tour. Woods announced on Twitter on Friday that he'll compete in two weeks at The Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Looking forward to going back to THE PLAYERS this year, hoping for a repeat of 2013. Show More Summary
Tiger Woods will return to the PGA Tour a little sooner than anticipated, announcing Friday that he will be at the Players Championship next month.
Tiger Woods hasn't said yet publicly when he'll play again, noting after the Masters that he would take some further time away from the PGA Tour following a two-month stint to again find his game. However, according to six-time Masters champion Jack Nicklaus, the former world No. Show More Summary
Two weeks ago, Tiger Woods walked away from the Masters without specifying when he might return to the PGA Tour.
As good a fairway wood as you'll see at Augusta has Phil Mickelson off to a strong start at the Masters. Phil Mickelson has been a bad golfer since his 2013 Open Championship win. He made a run at last year's PGA Championship, but Phil's...Show More Summary
CBS booked Jim Nantz for an hour of radio interviews the day before the opening round of the PGA Championship last August. While he expected the perfunctory Tiger Woods questions, Nantz thought he also would be asked about Rory McIlroy, who was on fire after winning the previous two majors,...
This week Tiger Woods announced that his hiatus from competition is over, and that he will indeed play in the 2015 Masters. Obviously, this is great news for everybody who loves the game of golf, including the PGA, its fans, and other professional golfers. However, nobody—and I mean nobody—is more excited to have Tiger back […]
Tiger Woods was in good spirits as he chatted with the media during a Tuesday afternoon press conference. Just two days before he tees off in the Masters, the 39-year-old who was last seen on the PGA Tour in February before taking a leave of absence was succinct about his motivation to return. “Winning,” he […]
As speculation mounts over whether Tiger Woods will compete at the Masters, the former world number one has spurned the chance to play in next week's Houston Open, the final PGA Tour event before the year's first major.
Tiger Woods has donated $10,000 to launch a scholarship fund honoring Charlie Sifford, who broke the color barrier in golf as the first black PGA Tour member.
Northern Ireland's world number one Rory McIlroy replaces Tiger Woods as the face of the official PGA Tour video game.
Rory McIlroy is the new face of the PGA Tour video game from EA Sports. He takes over from Tiger Woods. Read more on gamersgame.com
When The King speaks, golf listens. Arnold Palmer held court on Wednesday ahead of the annual Arnold Palmer Invitational, his annual PGA Tour stop at Bay Hill in Orlando. The 85-year-old was asked about -- and answered with candor --...Show More Summary
Williams says he was fined $500 each time he stripped off his corporate logo-festooned caddie bib on the 18th hole of a PGA Tour event. Steve Williams joining the lawsuit caddies filed against the PGA Tour brought us back five yearsShow More Summary
Tiger Woods' name has gone from being synonymous with golf to being a different kind of pop culture reference. I'm not even sure if he golfs anymore. I just know he shows up to places missing teeth. Of course, EA's PGA Tour series parted ways with Woods, who'd been the series' face since 1998, in 2013. Show More Summary
Tiger Woods has been EA’s golf cover athlete for more than 15 years, going all the way back to Tiger Woods PGA Tour 99 on the original Playstation and PC. But in November of 2013, EA announced that after the 2014 edition of the game (released earlier in 2013), they’d have a new cover athlete. Show More Summary
Tiger Woods and the sports video game behemoth split amicably in 2013 after producing a string of PGA Tour games since 1998
Electronic Arts announced today that Rory McIlroy is the new face of their popular golf video game franchise, "PGA Tour" and the world's top-ranked golfer will be on this year's cover (seen at right). The move is significant because it means Tiger Woods is no longer associated with the game that has carried his name since 1998. Show More Summary