Starting with the click of a camera before he could even hit his opening tee shot, Tiger Woods received a rude reminder of what his golf has been like during a lost year due to back troubles.
Tiger Woods has more comebacks than top 10s this year in golf. He makes his second return to competition Thursday in his Hero World Challenge at Isleworth.
Golfing great Jack Nicklaus will receive Congress’ highest civilian honor, the Congressional Gold Medal.
Woods is playing in his Hero World Challenge, which starts Thursday in his old neighborhood of Isleworth. It will be his first competition since he missed the cut on Aug. 9 at the PGA Championship
The new PGA Tour season felt like an old one to a trio of Ryder Cup players Thursday at the Frys.com Open.
Woods had topped athletes on Forbes’ Fab 40 list each year since 2007, but the magazine believes LeBron James now has the top brand value.
Former President George W. Bush is in Las Colinas on Wednesday to host his fourth annual golf tournament for military members who were wounded in Iraq or Afghanistan.
McIlroy hit his stride in the summer and won the British Open and the PGA Championship, with a World Golf Championship in between. Those three straight wins catapulted him to No. 1 in the world.
When Jordan Spieth helped the United States win the Junior Ryder Cup at Gleneagles in 2010, he knew he’d have little chance to play in the real thing on the same course four years later.
Rory McIlroy is the Vardon Trophy winner and the PGA of America’s player of the year for the second time. The 25-year-old from Northern Ireland also won the honors in 2012.
Professional golfer Erik Compton talks about his golf game and experiences on and off the golf course.
Woods said Monday his strength has returned from “busting my butt in the gym pretty hard” and he is on schedule to resume competition in December.