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.
A “boys’ weekend” of golf with Tiger Woods in 2013 was fun for President Obama, but it was a triple-bogey for taxpayers.
Dustin Johnson’s first major was only part of a dream season that culminated with the PGA Tour player of the year award on Tuesday.
A farewell to the King turned somber when Jack Nicklaus, his voice cracking as a large tear formed in his left eye, urged the elite and the everyman to remember how Arnold Palmer touched their lives and “please don’t forget why.”
When it comes to partying, as with golf, there ain’t no shame in Rickie Fowler’s game.
Ryan Moore finished eagle-birdie-par for a 1-up victory over Lee Westwood, and the celebration was on. The United States beat Europe for the first time since 2008, and only the third time over the last two decades.
Professional golf heckler David Johnson was barking at Team Europe during a practice round as they lined up for a putt.
The Americans have accrued little more than scar tissue against Europe. That’s why U.S. captain Davis Love III has preached all week at Hazeltine that this team, which only has two rookies, has never played together. That it’s time for a new start.
When it comes to golf, especially USA golf, Tiger Woods is used to being the center of attention.