There are many worthwhile ways to gauge Tiger Woods' comeback in 2018.
At times, Tiger Woods' 2018 was so unbelievable you would have thought it came from a screenplay. While his story was very much real, it's now getting silver-screen treatment.
His swing is that close to being his best ever, says one Hall of Fame instructor with new links to Dubai.
Bubba Watson is not one for convention. So while the following seems like a divergent take, for Watson, it's par for the course.
Tiger Woods fondly recalls requesting to play — and beating — Greg Norman at the 1998 Presidents Cup
As part of the lone American team to lose in the Presidents Cup, Tiger Woods' top priority as captain is to make sure the U.S. doesn't suffer the same fate when it returns to Royal Melbourne in 2019. But that's not to say he doesn't have at least one fond memory from that week.
Counting down our top 25 players, events and moments of the past 12 months.
A candid Jon Rahm tells fantastic story about beating Tiger Woods at the Ryder Cup: “I started crying”
After stiff-arming the field at the Hero World Challenge on Sunday, Jon Rahm completely opened up to reporters.
Jon Rahm was happy to accept “a little Tiger trophy” from host Tiger Woods on Sunday at the Hero World Challenge. Actually, it was his second Tiger trophy this year. He got Tiger’s scalp at the Ryder Cup in Paris.
Tiger Woods the big story of 2018? Not so fast, says John Feinstein,
Following the third round, Jon Rahm said he felt he needed something in the 60s on Sunday to win the Hero World Challenge, and that "anything worse than 69" from the winner would shock him. Those words ended up being prophetic.
Like he showed many times during this remarkable comeback season, the 14-time major champion will always battle to the end.