Returning to competitive golf for the first time in nearly 16 months, Tiger Woods shot a 1-over 73 in the first round of the Hero World Challenge.
Tiger gets back to competitive play when he tees off for Round 1 of the Hero World Challenge on Thursday in New Providence, Bahamas.
As development has transitioned from the course to the club and community, Bluejack National is thriving in Houston.
Sports Illustrated/Golf Magazine has named Bluejack National, north of Houston, as the “best new private golf course” of 2016.
On Sept. 9, 2016, Tiger assembled his entire staff at the TGR Learning Lab in Anaheim, California, for a first-ever town hall.
“As I work toward returning to the sport I love, I’m also taking the next step in what I like to call Chapter 2: my evolution as a competitor off the course.”
“After a lot of soul searching and honest reflection, I know that I am not yet ready to play on the PGA TOUR or compete in Turkey.”
Tiger comments on the passing of his friend and golf legend Arnold Palmer.
Tiger received an outpouring of support from fellow and former players after announcing his possible return to competitive golf.
Tiger said Wednesday that he hopes to play in the Safeway Open, Oct. 13-16, at Silverado Resort and Spa in Napa, California.
“While I continue to work hard on getting healthy, I am not physically ready to play in this year’s U.S. Open and the Quicken Loans National.”
A book about Tiger’s 1997 Masters win will be published by Grand Central Publishing in March 2017 in conjunction with the 20th anniversary of Tiger’s victory.
The grand opening of Bluejack National in Montgomery, Texas, was more than a celebration of Tiger’s first course design in the U.S.
Tiger plans to attend the 2016 Champions Dinner to celebrate the Masters Tournament on Tuesday at Augusta National.
“After assessing the present condition of my back, and consulting with my medical team, I’ve decided it’s prudent to miss this year’s Masters.”
Sitting around with the younger guys made me think about my early years on the PGA TOUR.
“While there is no timetable on my return to competitive golf, I want to play this game at the highest level again.”
The thing I’m looking forward to the most about 2016 is getting back out there again.
“I’m extremely happy for Jack, and I’ve always admired his accomplishments, but it’s a lot more than that.”
Tiger said Tuesday at the Hero World Challenge that he has no plans to retire and instead is focusing on a return to the PGA TOUR.