Jordan Spieth can’t seem to win a tournament without hearing six words that only raise expectations, if not hyperbole. “The youngest player since Tiger Woods.” Comparisons require context, though it’s still good company to keep.
Jordan Spieth kept it simple Sunday and won the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am for the ninth PGA Tour title of his young career.
Matsuyama won the Waste Management Phoenix Open on the fourth hole of a playoff for the second straight year, outlasting Webb Simpson on Sunday at TPC Scottsdale.
Jon Rahm of Spain added his name to the burgeoning list of young stars Sunday with his big game and a big finish at Torrey Pines.
Woods is trying to avoid something he has never done in all his years playing at Torrey Pines.
Jim Furyk was appointed Wednesday as the U.S. captain for the 2018 Ryder Cup in France, where his team will try to win on European soil for the first time in 25 years.
Tiger Woods opened up Thursday about his recent golf outing with Donald Trump, saying he was “impressed” by the president-elect’s drive.
President-elect Donald Trump is scheduled to kick off the holiday weekend Friday with a round of golf with Tiger Woods at Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach, according to a report in Golf Digest.
Tiger Woods ruined an otherwise impressive return to golf Thursday with two double bogeys over the final three holes for a 1-over 73 at the Hero World Challenge.
Everyone is watching, everyone is curious, and Jordan Spieth had the perfect view of Tiger Woods for his return to golf.
This might be one time that Tiger Woods doesn’t measure success on the golf course by the score on his card.
The Hero World Challenge is a holiday tournament with an 18-man field and no cut. Even so, it commands as much attention as any tournament this year. Woods has been a star attraction his entire career, and the appetite is even stronger after an absence that dates to Aug. 23, 2015.