As Tiger Woods’ latest comeback continues to pick up steam, his Official World Golf Ranking keeps making big strides as well. Following Sunday’s runner-up at the Valspar Championship...
Tiger’s former coach gives his take on the most famous construction project in golf
Tiger Woods’ first appearance in the Valspar Championship got an extra jolt of excitement on Tuesday when Jordan Spieth was announced as one of his Thursday-Friday playing partners.
Reigning U.S. Open champion Brooks Koepka is expected to miss the next 2 1/2 months with a partially torn tendon in his left wrist, according to a statement released by his agent on Friday.
Jack Nicklaus on Tiger Woods’ comeback: He’s interested, but ‘not interested in watching him…I don’t watch much golf’
There has been plenty of buzz about Tiger Woods since he made his comeback at the Hero World Challenge in early December, and many of the players at the PNC Father-Son Challenge took notice.
There’s no doubt the Tiger Hype Train has left the station. But a fellow former No. 1, Greg Norman, cautions said train needs to stay on the tracks.
After a successful return to competitive golf with a T-9 finish at the Hero World Challenge, one big question lingers for Tiger Woods: When will he play next?
A dominant Sunday caps a successful 2017 for Rickie Fowler, and has him thinking even bigger for 2018
Rickie Fowler sensationally birdied his first seven holes and eight of his first nine at Albany Resort en-route to an 11-under 61 and the Hero World Challenge title.
Count Jack Nicklaus among the millions of people pleased to see Tiger Woods return to competitive golf.
What to make of Tiger Woods’ latest comeback?
Every shot in every round that Tiger Woods plays these days is generally scrutinised and falls into one of two buckets. He's Back! Or, he's finished!