Tiger Woods is at Torrey Pines, and is the center of attention just like always. But he looks lost right now. He is coming off an 82 at the Phoenix Open, the worst score of his career.
A group of PGA Tour caddies sued the PGA Tour in federal court Tuesday for making them wear bibs that have the logo of the tournament sponsors without sharing in what it estimates as $50 million in endorsement revenue.
One hole from victory, Brooks Koepka drilled his tee shot 331 yards down the middle of the fairway. He described his personality as “chill” at the time. This was a clutch shot.
His previous worst score was an 81 in the third round at Muirfield in the 2002 British Open, in 40 mph wind and rain.
With so much hype over Tiger Woods in Phoenix for the first time in 14 years, and making his first official start since an injury filled season, Jordan Spieth gets a front row seat.
Woods gave a play-by-play of getting his front tooth knocked out when he was in Italy to celebrate girlfriend Lindsey Vonn breaking the World Cup ski record.
Tiger Woods is starting the year at the Phoenix Open, the rowdiest event on the PGA Tour, one that Woods has not played in 14 years, and while the Super Bowl is in town.
Jordan Spieth beat an elite field that included tournament host Tiger Woods, six major champions and 16 of the top 30 players in the world.
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