On Friday, a promising start turned into a long, frustrating afternoon for Tiger at Augusta National.
Tiger fought his swing from start to finish on Thursday but still opened the Masters with an even-par 72.
Confident, relaxed, excited and healthy. Those words sum up Tiger heading into this week’s Masters.
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Tiger spoke with the media at Bay Hill about picking up his first PGA Tour victory of 2012 on Sunday.
Tiger fended off Graeme McDowell with a 70 on Sunday to earn his 72nd career PGA Tour victory.
Tiger fired a third-round 71 on Saturday to keep his name atop the Arnold Palmer leaderboard.
At Bay Hill, Tiger chatted with reporters about taking the lead into Sunday’s final round.
Without a bogey on his card, Tiger made seven birdies in the second round to move into a first-place tie.
After a stellar second-round 65, Tiger addressed the media at Bay Hill Club & Lodge.
In a relatively mistake-free round, Tiger hit 14 greens in regulation and birdied three out of four par 5s.
Tiger spoke with members of the media at Bay Hill after a solid start to the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
At the Bay Hill clubhouse, Tiger spoke with reporters following his pro-am round Wednesday.
After testing his strained left Achilles tendon the last four days, Tiger said he’s good to go this week.
Tiger carded two bogeys and seven pars on the back nine during the second round at Tavistock Cup.
Tiger carded six birdies Monday on the first day of the ninth annual Tavistock Cup in Orlando, Fla.
After a few days of rest, Tiger’s strained Achilles has healed and he is anxious to return to competition.
Tightness in his left Achilles caused Tiger to exit the WGC-Cadillac Championship after 65 holes.
Three bogeys prevented him from going lower, but a strong close to Round 3 kept Tiger in the hunt.
Tiger fielded questions from reporters after a third-round 68 at the TPC Blue Monster.