Tiger Woods returns to competition for the first time in three months after having surgery just a week before the Masters.
Bill Haas is the defending champion and an afterthought this week at Congressional, and he understands why. Tiger Woods is back in golf.
About two dozen photographers lined up in a row on the range Tuesday at Congressional, a reminder that golf is different when Tiger Woods is around.
As Tiger Woods prepares to make his return to golf after two and a half months injured, he tells reporters of the success of the younger generation of golfers, “I feel old.”
After more than two months away following major back surgery, Tiger Woods will make his return to golf next week at his own tournament, Quicken Loans National at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Md.
Martin Kaymer of Germany won the U.S. Open on Sunday with four days of dominance at Pinehurst No. 2.
The man who drove NBC Sports analyst Roger Maltbie’s golf cart during the third round of the U.S. Open is facing four charges after an incident with a state trooper on the course, a North Carolina State Police spokeswoman said Sunday.
In an unfortunate tweet, longtime sports columnist Rick Reilly compares golfer Martin Kaymer’s dominance through two rounds of the U.S. Open to that of Nazi Germany over Poland during World War II in 1939.
The Junkies were delighted to be joined in studio by professional golfers Lexi Thompson and Soyeon Ryu on Monday, when Lurch decided to ask the former if her father was a psychopath.
Tiger Woods announced Monday, that after months of wondering whether he’d ever play golf again, successful back surgery in March erased all doubts.