Tiger returns to a comfortable venue this week at Firestone Country Club’s South Course.
At Firestone Country Club, Tiger fielded questions from the press Wednesday prior to the WGC-Bridgestone.
Multiple trips to the sand proved costly for Tiger in the final round, as he ended the week at Lytham 3-under.
After a slow start, Tiger rebounded with a strong close to his front nine but had to settle for even-par 70.
Following a second straight 67, Tiger explained the rationale behind his game plan for Royal Lytham.
Tiger moved to within four strokes of the lead upon holing his fourth birdie from a bunker on No. 18.
Tiger took advantage of calm conditions and hit 13 fairways in the first round of the Open Championship.
When the Open Championship begins at Royal Lytham, it could play decidedly tougher than it did in 2001.
After heavy rains this summer, Tiger expects a stern test this week in the 141st Open Championship.
The three-time winner is slated to play the first two rounds with Sergio Garcia and Justin Rose.
It’s been awhile since my last column, so I thought it would be a good time to check in before the British Open next week.
Tiger spoke with the media after missing the cut at The Greenbrier Classic in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va.
Unable to dial in his distance control, Tiger misses only the ninth cut of his career.
Up-and-down day for Woods, as he struggles on the greens en route to a first-round 71.
Tiger makes his first appearance this week in the Greenbrier Classic in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va.
Tiger fired a final-round 69 to edge Bo Van Pelt by two shots and earn his 74th victory on the PGA Tour.
Tiger recapped his third win of 2012 and talked about passing Jack Nicklaus on the all-time wins list.
Tiger used only 25 putts Saturday to move within a shot of the lead at storm-ravaged Congressional.
After his third-round 67, Tiger chatted with reporters about playing without spectators on the course.
Tiger poured in a 48-foot putt and hit key wedge shots Friday to move to 2-under par at Congressional.