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Azinger said Thursday on a conference call for ESPN that Woods has made major changes to his swing in a quest to improve. He says the result is that "Tiger has actually gotten a little bit worse."
When Tiger Woods announced last week he would make his return at the Quicken Loans National following a three-month layoff, it was partly because his recovery from back surgery had progressed enough to finally make a competitive round viable.
The world's third-ranked player is trying to join that short list of players to win both the Masters and U.S. Open in the same year. It's only happened six times and before Woods, nobody had done it since Jack Nicklaus in 1972.
DUBLIN, Ohio — With every swing, Hideki Matsuyama appeared to join a cast of top players throwing away a chance to win the Memorial.
Bubba Watson, toddler son Caleb in his arms, chose to look at his improvement instead of dwell on one fateful swing.
With every swing, Hideki Matsuyama appeared to join a cast of top players throwing away a chance to win the Memorial.
No lefty has ever won in the 38 years of the Memorial Tournament.
Mother knows best. It's true in golf, too.
Rory McIlroy hasn't devoted too much thought yet to how he'll handle his next relationship after breaking up with tennis star Caroline Wozniacki.