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Tiger Woods Sweated It Out, But Makes Memorial Cut After A Frustrating Four-Over 76 On Friday

DUBLIN, Ohio — It started off well enough. A beautiful flop shot on his first hole of the day to save par, two perfect swings on his second to reach the par-5 11th in two. It was all going swimmingly for Tiger Woods to start the second round at the Memorial. But nothing kills a […]

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In His Return To The PGA Tour, Tiger Woods Shoots A Comfortable One-Under 71 At The Memorial

DUBLIN, Ohio — The return was quiet. Strangely so. Tiger Woods was about to hit his first official tee shot in more than five months. He was standing on the first tee of an iconic golf course, and next to him were Brooks Koepka and Rory McIlroy. When he striped it down the center, no […]

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Five Months Since His Last PGA Tour Start, Tiger’s Expectations Haven’t Changed: It’s (Still) About Winning

DUBLIN, Ohio — The media had its first chance to talk to Tiger Woods in five months. The questions were … diverse. What have you been reading? Was postponing the Ryder Cup the right move? Should golf do away with rakes in bunkers? Thoughts on the Black Live Matter movement? There were even a few […]

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The Match: The Six Best Moments From A Wild But Highly Entertaining Event

Jupiter, Florida – Even Super Bowl MVPs hit snap hooks. Tom Brady and Peyton Manning made that abundantly clear on the first tee at Medalist on Sunday, both smothering their opening tee shots of Capital One’s The Match: Champions for Charity into the left junk. Tone, set. This wasn’t going to be your usual Sunday […]

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Woods Has Another Frustrating Round On Sunday, But Finds Solace Off The Course At The Genesis Invitational

PACIFIC PALISADES, Calif. — Tiger Woods finished off the Genesis Invitational on Sunday with a six-over 77, his third straight over-par round after opening with a promising two-under 69 three days earlier. “I did not do much well today,” Woods said with an easy smile (more on that in just a bit). “Good news, I […]

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Tiger Woods Slips Down Leader Board With Two-Over 73 On Friday At Riviera

PACIFIC PALISADES, Calif. — For the second straight day, a rough second nine saw Tiger Woods let a solid start fade away at the Genesis Invitational. On Thursday, he still managed to get to the Riviera clubhouse with a two-under 69. On Friday, not so much–Woods posted a two-over 73 that included a double bogey from […]

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Tiger Starts Genesis With Goosebumps-Inducing Eagle, Finishes With Two-Under 69

PACIFIC PALISADES, Calif. — Tiger Woods began the Genesis Invitational with two perfect shots, easily reaching Riviera’s benign par-5 first hole in two. He then drained the eagle putt of 24 feet, 8 inches. Seriously. In Kobe Bryant’s city, in Woods’ first tournament since learning of his longtime buddy’s shocking death, Woods’ first putt of […]

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If Tiger Woods Is To Win No. 83 This Week, He’ll Have To Do Something He’s Never Done: Solve Riviera

PACIFIC PALISADES, Calif. — It’s going to be discussed every time he tees it up until he wins again, so we might as well just go ahead and address it: With a win this week, Tiger Woods would break a tie with Sam Snead and set the all-time record for PGA Tour wins with 83. […]

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The Evolution Of The Genesis Invitational: What It Means For The Old L.A. Open To Become An Elevated-Status Event

LOS ANGELES — The golf tournament at Riviera Country Club didn’t need an extra bump. With one of the best golf courses on tour as the canvas, the best golfer of his generation as the host and an iconic city as the backdrop, this event already enjoyed status as one of the elite stops on the […]

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A Sunday 70 At Farmers Becomes Less Important To Tiger Woods Upon Learning Afterward Of Kobe Bryant’s Death

LA JOLLA, Calif. — On a day overshadowed by tragedy, Tiger Woods shot a two-under 70 to finish tied for ninth in the Farmers Insurance Open, six strokes behind champion Marc Leishman. Moments after birdieing the par-5 18th at Torrey Pines, Woods first learned of the passing of basketball legend Kobe Bryant and his daughter, […]

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Tiger Can’t Sustain Fast Saturday Start, Leaving Work To Do If Sunday Is To Be A Record-Breaker At Torrey

LA JOLLA, Calif. — It’s tough to play a better nine holes than Tiger Woods’ front side at Torrey Pines South on Saturday, when he picked apart this U.S. Open muny and made it look like, well, just an ordinary muny. The trusty slap cut off the tee was there, and the always-crucial distance control […]

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Tiger Woods Overcomes Opening Double-Bogey Shoots 71 To Keep Hopes Alive At Farmers Insurance Open

LA JOLLA, Calif. — If you thought a double-bogey on the first hole of Torrey Pines South was going to derail Tiger Woods, perhaps you need a history lesson. He double-bogeyed the relatively straightforward par 4 three times during the 2008 U.S. Open and won the tournament. He made six yet again on Friday at the Farmers […]

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Tiger Woods Begins 2020, Quest For 83 With Three-Under 69 At Farmers Insurance Open

LA JOLLA, Calif. – Tiger Woods knows he could have started faster, could have hit it closer, could have squeezed a few more shots out of his first round of 2020. He also knows you can never be too upset with something in the 60s. “Overall, I felt like the golf course was definitely gettable […]

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Tiger Woods Ready To Begin 2020, Chase For No. 83 At Torrey Pines

LA JOLLA, Calif. — The GOATs don’t tend to stay tied for very long. They prefer an unimpeded view from the top. Roger Federer, for instance, won his 14th Grand Slam singles title at the 2009 French Open to tie Pete Sampras, then won Wimbledon a month later to break the record. After tying Hank […]

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Tiger Woods’ Playing Captain Journey Ends As Most Tiger Stories Do — In Victory

MELBROUNE — With a few high-profile exceptions, team-play captaincies generally come and go without much fanfare. The process usually looks something like this: a past-his-prime major winner, no longer a significant factor on tour but not yet irrelevant, is tapped for the job. It’s typically a reward for a distinguished playing career. The selection spends […]

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After Surprising Day Off, Woods Ready For Singles Clash With Abraham Ancer

MELBOURNE, Australia — Every team-play captain confronts difficult choices. Who will play with whom? In what order? And who sits? In that sense, Tiger Woods’s experience this week has been no different from the umpteen captains before him. On Saturday, though, Woods made a decision unlike any other in Presidents Cup history. He sat his […]

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Tiger Woods And Justin Thomas Remain Undefeated Thanks To 18th-Hole Theatrics

MELBOURNE — Justin Thomas didn’t have his best stuff all day. A bit loose with the driver, slightly off with the irons, uncharacteristically inconsistent with the putter. But he was perfect when it mattered most. Thomas holed a slippery 17-foot birdie putt on Royal Melbourne’s 18th green for a desperately needed 1-up victory in foursomes […]

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Tiger Makes Six Birdies, Helps Secure Lone U.S. Point On Disappointing Day 1 For Americans

MELBOURNE — The playing captain’s objectives were simple: set the tone and make sure the first point of the Presidents Cup went red, white and blue. Tiger Woods birdied his first two holes of the day. Tone, set. He birdied his last two holes of the day. Point, secured. Woods made six birdies overall in […]

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Tiger Woods’ Run Stalls On The Back Nine, Finishes Fourth At Hero World Challenge

NEW PROVIDENCE, Bahamas — Tiger Woods hit his first nine fairways on Saturday. He missed the 10th, and it cost him dearly. Woods tugged a driver into one of Albany’s dicey waste areas left of the drivable par-4 14th green, a short-side miss that led to a costly bogey and torpedoed his chances for a […]

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Woods Shoots Third-Round 67 At Hero, Sits Two Off The Lead

NEW PROVIDENCE, Bahamas — On Saturday at around 3 p.m., after the final putt of the Hero World Challenge drops, Tiger Woods will put his captain’s hat on. He’ll reprioritize his organizational duties and begin to shepherd his United States team through its 23-hour journey to Australia for the Presidents Cup. Until then, it’s all business. […]

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