By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Tiger Woods last played a competitive round at Congressional Country Club's Blue Course nearly three years ago. That cloudy Sunday afternoon was vintage Tiger at the height of his golfing power. The images of that victorious round had become so familiar during the preceding decade.
Tiger Woods is hitting some of his best shots when no one is watching.
Tom Callahan first met Earl Woods in 1996 at the Greater Milwaukee Open, and he spent the next 10 years listening to stories and gaining insight. Few others had such access and trust.
Tiger Woods has won the British Open the last two times it was held at the birthplace of golf.
During a news conference looking ahead to the third major of the year, 18 of the 34 questions related to either Tiger Woods' marital woes or, to a lesser degree, his links to a Canadian doctor accused of distributing a performance-enhancing drug.
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — The 13th major for Tiger Woods looked like so many others until he finished.
Nothing like a little pingpong diplomacy to help thaw a relationship. It worked in the '70s for the United States and China, and maybe it'll have the same effect on Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, who have never been particularly palsy-walsy.
When Tiger Woods arrives tomorrow at Congressional CC to host this week's inaugural AT&T National, the topic du jour is guaranteed to be the newest lady in his life: two-week-old Sam Alexis.