Let’s agree this is awfully premature. Tiger Woods hasn’t yet reached the foot of Magnolia Lane, let alone played a round in the 2018 Masters, and there’s no guarantee his encouraging play through the Florida Swing will extend across the state line. But after consecutive top-fives...
Despite March Madness, API outdraws three 2017 majors in TV ratings thanks to Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy
Who needs buzzer-beaters or historic upsets. The real madness this March is happening on the PGA Tour.
“What’s wrong with Rory?” It was a concern asked by varying sonority the past 10 months, raised as recently as last weekend. And a question that was put to bed at Bay Hill.
Somewhere in the recesses of that steel-trap mind of his, Tiger Woods had to know he was capable of this. He had to know that if he could return to competitive golf, he would return to being competitive.
Tiger Woods exudes a palpable lightness of being these days that is both disarming and impenetrable. At least for now.
The PGA Tour makes its second-to-last stop of the season in Florida this week for the Arnold Palmer Invitational, held at Bay Hill Club & Lodge in Orlando.
Tiger Woods gave us the moment we have long sought at the Valspar Championship, and his performance has made the wildest fantasy—winning the Masters for the fifth time—seem real.
As general interest in Woods’ grows, the spotlight shines less brightly on others
There might be a few misguided souls that question the relevance and attraction of Tiger Woods in 2018. But they sure aren’t advertisers.
In the span of 10 minutes on Sunday, Tiger Woods and Patrick Reed each faced 72nd-hole birdie attempts that would determine their fate at the Valspar Championship.
Last week amid Tigermania, Bill Haas quietly crept into contention at the Valspar Championship, shooting a bogey-free 68 in the second round. It was short-lived, but a blessing nonetheless.