Tiger Woods was able to cap a mostly frustrating week with a final-round 69 at Pebble Beach. Just don’t expect to see the 15-time major champ attempt to carry any of that momentum from Sunday over to another tournament soon.
Tiger Woods called the onset to Saturday’s round at Pebble Beach “crap.” The description to Sunday’s start . . . well, take it away, Tiger.
“It’s been frustrating,” Woods told GOLFTV.
It was one of those “highest I could have shot” rounds.
Justin Rose didn’t just dominate Thursday afternoon’s marquee pairing at the 2019 U.S. Open, he tied a record set by his more famous playing partner.
U.S. Open 2019: Tiger Woods gets final work in with Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas on Wednesday Christian Petersen/Getty Images By Joel Beall PEBBLE BEACH—The sunshine that soaked Pebble Beach early in ...
On August 27, 1995, Earl Woods made one of the boldest predictions in sports history. Until two months ago, it also looked like it might prove to be the most eerily prescient prediction as well.
The course has been called the finest convergence of land and sea. For Tiger Woods, Pebble Beach has proved a meeting of past and present.
U.S. Open 2019: Comparing a Tiger Woods press conference in 2000 to one today reveals similar language but broadened perspective
We could list all the substantial ways Tiger Woods has changed in the 19 years since he won the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach: broader shoulders, less hair...
Jason Day was all business Tuesday morning, teeing off for a practice round by himself at 6:45 a.m. at Pebble Beach. It’s a habit not dissimilar to that of his boyhood idol, Tiger Woods...
We broke down this year's field—156 players—into various segments based on their likelihood of winning.
History aside—along with his 2000 victory, Woods finished T-4 at the 2010 U.S. Open and won the 2000 AT&T Pro-Am—Pebble should play into Woods’ hands.
Reigning Masters champion Tiger Woods got an early start to his 2019 U.S. Open week, making his way out to Pebble Beach Golf Links on Sunday for a quiet practice round with caddie Joe LaCava and good friend Rob McNamara.
Jason Day will have a new caddie at next week’s U.S. Open. It will be a familiar face to golf fans.
Beginning with its memorable debut in 1972, Pebble Beach has become the crown jewel of the USGA’s favoured U.S. Open venues.
Tiger Woods finds swing that won at Augusta, posts 67 with the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach on the horizon
Winner of a record five titles at Jack Nicklaus’ tournament, Woods completed 72 holes in nine-under 279, exactly the same total as a year ago and his winning total in the 2012 edition. He has never missed the cut at Muirfield Village.
Tiger Woods believes he's too far down the leaderboard to make a difference in deciding the outcome of the tournament. That doesn’t mean he doesn't have goals for Sunday’s final round.