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The World Challenge that Tiger Woods has hosted every holiday season since 1999 means so much to him that he spent what was believed to be about $4 million of his own money to help cover operating costs in a year it did not have a full title sponsor.
In little more than a month, Tiger Woods went from being tough to beat to having a tough time even playing.
Tiger Woods started his World Challenge in 1999, a chance to bring together top players from around the world for a tournament that amounted to a holiday exhibition to raise money for his foundation.
The Byron Nelson Championship is getting a new title sponsor, which is sure to raise questions about Tiger Woods' event.
Congressional Country Club's Blue Course limped away from the U.S. Open at about this time last year, its claws filed down by a 22-year-old Northern Irishman named Rory McIlroy and 19 other golfers who broke par.
Spectators arriving at Congressional Country Club on Sunday were greeted by tennis court fences bent in from the hurricane force winds Friday night. This would be the first time fans were able to visit Congressional, since Friday's second round.
About a dozen onlookers clapped when Lance Cpl. Jason Deters announced Jim Furyk on the 10th tee of Congressional Country Club's Blue Course Saturday afternoon.
Rod Pampling had a few nervous moments while watching parts of the final PGA Tour event on TV, though it ended well for him. After starting the year with only limited status as a past champion, he regained his full card at No. 124 on the money list with $2,033 to spare.
Turns out that Tiger Woods won the last edition of the Chevron World Challenge.