A decade ago, I stood pacing around my parents’ living room willing/begging/praying for a Tiger Woods putt to drop. I can admit to that since it would be another nine months until I landed...
Tiger Woods was in the field the last two years the USGA held the Open at Shinnecock Hills, but has a mixed history at the venerable Long Island course.
If you haven’t noticed by now, Jason Day tends to play his best golf on some of the toughest venues on tour, having earned hard-fought victories at courses like Torrey Pines and TPC Sawgrass.
As evidenced during the PGA Championship build-up last year, when a course in the PGA Tour rotation gets tabbed into a major slot, players with strong track records at the venue are touted as favourites.
Tiger Woods updates: Tiger shoots 71, makes cut on the number at Torrey Pines thanks to closing birdie
Tiger Woods’ latest PGA Tour comeback began with a wild tee shot but ended with a near hole-in-one and a solid, even-par round at Torrey Pines’ South Course.
Final-hole drama is the province of Sundays in golf, but it crashed a Friday here at the Farmers Insurance Open, the only way it possibly could, with Tiger Woods directing.
A few years ago while playing golf with my two sons, I recognized fairly quickly that assessing their progress by typical metrics was an exercise in frustration.
With all the focus squarely on Tiger Woods’ opening round of the Farmers Insurance Open on Torrey Pines’ South Course, Tony Finau quietly...
It was just one hole. Of a pro-am. But boy, did Tiger Woods make it look easy. Really, really easy.
We’re still a couple of weeks from Tiger Woods’ season debut at the Farmers Insurance Open, and there’s plenty of speculation of how the 14-time major champion will fare at Torrey Pines and beyond.
He was presented with a coveted gong, grilled again for the secret to his giddy rise to pro superstardom and gracefully accepted the almost inevitable Seve comparison. And after it all, much like most every press conference he’s fronted this year, no one was more surprised by all the hullabaloo than Jon Rahm.