The storybook ending at Sherwood had every element a golf fan could want — Tiger Woods with a commanding lead before a record crowd, clutch shots that kept getting better with every hole and a finish no one saw coming.
Tiger Woods will close a chapter on his California childhood this weekend when the World Challenge wraps up at Sherwood Country Club.
The Orange County lifestyle is infectious. Everyone who experiences the world class attractions, the weather that’s second to none or the phenomenal scenery, longs to stay and drink in every drop.
Tiger Woods wrapped up at least one award as player of the year.
Jim Furyk, after a 3-wood struck so poorly off the 18th tee that he couldn’t have reached the green even if he had been in the fairway, worked his way up the 472-yard hole until he had a 15-foot putt from the fringe to keep a one-shot lead. The ball curled into the left corner of the cup, and the 43-year-old emphatically shook his fist.
Oak Hill was there for the taking. Tiger Woods gave away too many chances. Woods had everything he needed to start the final major championship of the year on a good note. The conditions were soft, still and ideal for scoring. He was one shot out of the lead Thursday morning in the PGA Championship when he made the turn, and there was nothing to suggest he would stray too far away.
With an elite field chasing the lead, Tiger Woods decided to play keep-away. Already up by a staggering seven shots through 36 holes thanks to a career-tying best of 61 in the second round, Woods shot a solid 2-under 68 on Saturday in the Bridgestone Invitational to maintain that same seven-stroke lead.
A University of California, Los Angeles study suggests that so-called sexual addiction isn’t a real disorder.
Phil Mickelson has the lead after three rounds at the U.S. Open.
History says Tiger Woods has little chance to win this U.S. Open. Not from behind, and certainly not with an elbow inflammation that seems to bother him most on his worst shots.
Tiger Woods said his left wrist was fine. It’s his game that was hurting him Thursday in the U.S. Open.
A weekend filled with sharp words between Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia came down to one last showdown Sunday in The Players Championship, this one staged across the water in a tiny, terrifying section of the TPC Sawgrass.
A glance at Sunday’s final round of the Masters at the 7,435-yard, par-72 Augusta National Golf Club.
A urine controlled video game? Now that’s what I call a “Game of Thrones,” a must-see LeBron James video bomb, Mr. T is on ice and Tiger Woods is causing more controversy. It’s all in this week’s That Thing You Missed.
Kate Upton mulls over a high school prom proposition, Philly Fans give Andrew Bynum the boot – in a very classy way of course – my take on the worst kept secret in sports and […]