Just two years ago his back pain was so bad Woods thought he might never play again, let alone win another major.
The fairy tale comeback has finally been realised.
Rory McIlroy has a dream as Tiger Woods lurks.
Tiger Woods heads back to Augusta National to resume his pursuit of a 15th major championship with a firmer grip on the realities of his game and fitness than he could claim in his long-awaited Masters return last year.
Three-time tournament winner Tiger Woods rallied to defeat Patrick Cantlay 4&2 on Friday, advancing to an electrifying Saturday knockout match against Rory McIlroy at the WGC-Match Play Championship.
The Big Easy got the crowd’s attention at the Saujana Golf and Country Club in Kuala Lumpur with a consistent display under sweltering conditions.

World Golf Woods withdraws from Arnold Palmer over neck problem

Former world number one Tiger Woods withdrew from this week’s Arnold Palmer Invitational on Monday after failing to shake off a neck strain.

World Golf Shut up and attack! Park credits Tiger for stunning Singapore win

Enigmatic Korean Park Sung-hyun revealed she drew inspiration and “energy” from Tiger Woods as she pulled off a stunning come-from-behind victory at the HSBC Women’s World Championship in Singapore.

World Golf Four-time Masters champ Woods ‘ramping up’ for Augusta

Tiger Woods, who counts four Masters titles among his 14 majors, has been laying plans for Augusta National in April ever since October.

World Golf Garcia blames ’emotional’ news for Saudi tantrum

Sergio Garcia apologised for his spectacular meltdown at the Saudi Arabia International on Wednesday, blaming his tantrum for “emotional, personal news” that he had received earlier in the week.

World Golf Woods names Stricker, Couples, Johnson as Presidents Cup assistants

First-time US Presidents Cup captain Tiger Woods on Wednesday named the experienced Fred Couples, Steve Stricker and Zach Johnson as three of his assistants for the showdown against the International team in Melbourne later this year.

World Sport World record and hole-in-one at pioneering Australia golf tournament

A world record and a hole-in-one marked the opening day of a pioneering golf tournament in Australia Thursday where the men’s and women’s events are played at the same time.

World Golf WATCH: How insanely lucky is this dodgy golf shot?

US golfer Jerry Kelly had his ‘Happy Gilmore moment’ last weekend!

World Golf Harrington tasked with masterminding Europe’s Ryder Cup defence

The three-time major winner succeeds Dane Thomas Bjorn and becomes just the second golfer from the Republic of Ireland to take the reins.

World Golf Woods keen to be playing captain at Presidents Cup

The former world number one made a successful return to golf this year after missing most of the previous two seasons through injury.

World Golf Solid start for SA at World Cup of Golf

It certainly helps that one part of South Africa’s onslaught consists of the in-form, talented Erik van Rooyen.

World Golf Historic Open in danger of a land grab?

Hong Kong’s bureaucrats are under pressure to alleviate a chronic housing shortage and are targeting the Fanling course.

World Golf Lee Westwood returns to winners’ circle with NGC triumph

The Englishman entered the final day three shots behind long-time leader Sergio Garcia of Spain, but an eagle on the second put him on top.

World Golf Oosthuizen’s pragmatism rewarded at Sun City

he worked out very quickly in Saturday’s third round of the Nedbank Golf Challenge that he was off his game and needed to avoid taking any risks.

World Golf By hook or crook, lead is all that matters to Garcia

The Spaniard maintains his lead at the Nedbank Challenge, but will hope to put an iffy second round behind him as quickly as possible.

 

 

 

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