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.
For all of Tiger Woods’ greatness, which includes getting his first victory in five years and PGA Tour win No. 80 on Sunday at East Lake, it hasn’t translated as well in the Ryder Cup.
Six months ago, which feels like an eternity given this eventful 2018 golf season, we posed a question in anticipation of Tiger Woods’ return at the 2018 Masters: if Woods went on to capture his fifth green jacket, where would it rank among other impressive wins in his two-decade career?
Tour Championship TV ratings up a whopping 206 percent thanks to Tiger Woods, establish several records
Tiger Woods’ Tour Championship win produced a huge bump in TV ratings.
Before Tiger Woods reestablished himself as a PGA Tour winner on Sunday, he’d already reclaimed his throne as the game’s best iron player.
Everyone from Bo Jackson to Donald Trump tweeted various forms of congratulations.
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.
”Justin Rose beats Tiger Woods” is not a headline you’re going to see splattered across the Internet.
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’
The place to turn in the wake of anything in golf remarkable or remarkably unforgettable is Golf Channel for Brandel Chamblee’s analysis, love it or hate it.
Experts break down Tiger Woods’ post-injury swing.