Tiger Woods, to no one’s surprise, announces he will defend his WGC-Bridgestone Invitational title as well as tee it up in the PGA Championship at Valhalla. Tiger Woods, who last year won for the eighth time at Firestone Country Club,...Show More Summary
Paul Azinger minces no words in criticizing Tiger Woods for changing his swing so many times. ‘He’s actually gotten … worse,’ says the 1993 PGA champ and ESPN analyst. Tiger Woods has too much to overcome — massive swing overhauls that...Show More Summary
Tiger Woods has yet to take the plunge, but a host of other PGA and LPGA Tour pros are all in on the newest fad to hit social media -- drenching yourself with freezing cold water and challenging others to do the same or ante up. Tiger Woods -- Tag! You’re It! The former No. Show More Summary
One of the phrases that Tiger Woods has stuck with his entire career is, "if I'm teeing it up, I'm playing to win." That changed with his unexpected return to the PGA Tour after back surgery, announcing to the world that he will play...Show More Summary
Quotes from Tiger Woods after each of the 10 times he has missed the cut on the PGA Tour:
Tiger Woods does something today he hasn't done in months: play golf a day after playing golf. After more than three months off course due to a back surgery, 2013 PGA Tour Player of The Year Tiger Woods teed it up on Thursday at the Quicken Loans National. Show More Summary
Tiger Woods, returning to the PGA Tour from back surgery, shot a 74 in the first round of the Quicken Loans National. The leader, Greg Chalmers, posted a five-under 66.
Tiger Woods was back on the PGA Tour for the first time in more than three months Thursday and said he felt "fantastic."
There was some good from Tiger Woods and definitely some bad as the most recognizable golfer on the planet made his return to competitive golf on Thursday. Woods opened with a 3-over 74 at the Quicken Loans National event, a respectable number that could have been much worse considering the way he started. Show More Summary
The following edited content was supplied by Golf Channel in a news release.Tiger Woods has returned to the PGA Tour this week at the Quicken Loans National, also serving as host of the event outside of Washington D.C. Kenny Perry defends...Show More Summary
Congressional gave Tiger Woods a rude welcome back to the PGA Tour on Thursday.
One of the phrases that Tiger Woods has stuck by his entire career is, "if I'm teeing it up, I'm playing to win." That changed a little with his unexpected return to the PGA Tour after back surgery, announcing to the world that he will...Show More Summary
He's back. But even with expectations lower than normal, Tiger Woods is leaking oil with the wedges and putter and has dropped into dead last early at Congressional. Tiger Woods made his return to the PGA Tour Thursday morning, but it wasn't a smooth start on a Congressional course that's beating up the field early in the first round. Show More Summary
It wasn't exactly the start that Tiger Woods had hoped for after more than three months away from the PGA Tour, but it is a start, and that is a good thing. Woods, who hasn't played a round on the PGA Tour since March 9, teed off early...Show More Summary
For the first time since early March, Tiger Woods will tee it up in a PGA Tour event. Woods will make his return early on Thursday, playing in the morning wave. Scheduled between the U.S. Open and the Open Championship and with its status...Show More Summary
The PGA Tour and its media partners are delivered from a sluggish spring and summer stretch with the return of Tiger Woods. It's been a quiet, desolate ride for the PGA Tour in the months with Tiger Woods out injured, but finally, the game's ultimate draw and moneymaker returns to competitive golf on Thursday morning. Show More Summary
Bill Haas is the defending champion and an afterthought this week at Congressional, and he understands why.
Tiger won’t be going after golf balls with the ferocity of days gone by, at least not in his first tournament three months removed from back surgery. Tiger Woods, version 3.5, will have to find a way to win on a PGA Tour in which younger and burlier guys can hammer golf balls farther than the former world No. Show More Summary
When you're Tiger Woods, few doors get closed when you show up, and that theme seems to continue on through the White House. Woods, who returns to the PGA Tour this week after back surgery that has kept him away from the sport sinceShow More Summary
We still have two days to wait until we get to see Tiger Woods back on the golf course in a PGA Tour event, but Tuesday was his return to the media scrum at the Quicken Loans National and it was a jovial Tiger who answered questions. Woods...Show More Summary