Before Tiger Woods’ latest, this time successful comeback, many of golf’s young stars were quoted as saying they’d love to experience what it would be like to go up against the 14-time major champion at his best on a Sunday.
There was something exactly right about Tiger Woods finishing the tournament portion of the 2017-’18 PGA Tour season by winning the Tour Championship for his first win in more than five years.
It wasn’t the tap-in or ensuing raised arms from Tiger Woods that signalled the unbelievable just occurred.
Golf Channel’s Brandel Chamblee invokes Nicklaus, the Kardashians, likens Tiger Woods’ comeback to ‘watching a piece of fiction’
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Tiger Woods won the Tour Championship using a game that was working in every area.
Tiger Woods owns a three-shot lead after a five-under 65 at East Lake.
It wasn’t pretty. Not compared to the show he staged on Thursday. But this ain’t ice-skating; no points for aesthetics in this game, especially on a Friday afternoon.
Rory McIlroy wasn’t haven’t it. He understood the question, or perhaps more importantly, why it was asked. But he shut it done immediately.
Vintage Tiger after a far from auspicious start at East Lake in the PGA Tour Championship.
Tiger Woods is co-leading the Tour Championship, but would be five shots back according to next year’s strokes-based system
Tiger Woods fired a five-under 65 in Round 1 of the Tour Championship, tied with Rickie Fowler for the day’s low score at East Lake. Which, according to the FedEx Cup’s new scoring-based system for the season finale, places Tiger just five shots out of the lead. Or would, if the new rules were in place.
The scene was remarkably unremarkable, considering the circus that usually encircles him. Tiger Woods worked his way through a bucket at East Lake Tuesday afternoon in relative solitude.