The motto for Tiger Woods these days is to move forward, and that covers a lot of territory.
Ernie Els knows what Royal Melbourne can do to a golfer, probably more than anyone.
Ryo Ishikawa was arriving late in Australia for the Presidents Cup, but International captain Greg Norman doesn't expect the Japanese star to have any problems by the time the tournament begins Thursday.
Greg Norman is laying it on the line for next week's Presidents Cup, saying he won't let television dictate his pairings and he won't be afraid to send Adam Scott out against Tiger Woods.
Greg Norman's no-show at a black-tie dinner marking the 100th anniversary of the Professional Golfers Association of Australia prompted plenty of rumors, yet had a simple explanation.
The only two continents where the Presidents Cup has not been played are Asia and South America, which is likely to change when the next one goes overseas in 2015. And while Asia appears to have more appeal, South America might be more critical.
Tiger Woods says he received an apology from former caddie Steve Williams over a racial slur when the two met and shook hands Tuesday.
Greg Norman defended caddie Steve Williams over his racial slur about Tiger Woods, and does not believe Williams is racist.
Australian player Geoff Ogilvy criticized Fred Couples for giving Tiger Woods a Presidents Cup captain's pick a month early.