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Even with Tiger Woods fading after Sunday’s front nine, overnight ratings for the final round of The Masters were among the highest in years. Final round coverage of the 2013 Masters earned a 10.2 overnight [...]
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You can always count on the New York Post to keep things classy can’t you? The tabloid took the opportunity to use Tiger Woods’, past transgressions against him on Sunday, in a way only they can.
Woods, made news at the Masters tournament yesterday, after he was penalized two shots for violating a rule that states a player must drop the ball as close as possible to the spot...
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Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana ripped the USGA after Tiger Woods was penalized two strokes for an illegal drop at the Masters.
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On Sunday the New York based tabloid ran a cleverly titled article on Tiger Woods’ struggles with the old rulebook at the Masters this past weekend. In...
The Augusta Chronicle has broken down Tiger Woods' illegal drop shot in a side-by-side with his original shot. Was it from the same spot?
Tiger Woods left Augusta National on Friday afternoon just 3 strokes back from the leader. When he returned on Saturday morning he learned that he would be penalized 2 strokes for an illegal drop on the 15th hole, pushing him to 5 shots behind the leader.
This news sparked various reactions from all over the sports world. Many of the traditionalist golfers were infuriated that...
Tiger Woods took to Twitter to address the two-stroke penalty he was assessed at The Masters.
The streak continues.
Tiger Woods, despite closing Sunday with four birdies over his final 10 holes, could only muster a 2-under 70 and finished T-4 to run his Masters winless streak to eight tournaments.
"It's just the way it goes," said Woods, who last won at Augusta in 2005, picking up his fourth green jacket after beating Chris DiMarco in a playoff. "As I...
It slipped away early, before Tiger Woods could really give himself a chance. A belated run in the rain on the back nine was never going to be good enough to win this Masters, something even Woods seemed to realize after he missed badly on his last real birdie chance on the 16th hole.
The two-shot penalty from the day before weighed him down, though maybe there was something else...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JIM LITKE AP Sports Columnist Strip away the hours that elapsed between the crime and punishment, the conflicts of interest, tortured logic and technicalities, and this much is clear: Tiger Woods behaved badly.
The green jackets in charge of the Masters behaved worse.
Hindsight isn't always 20-20. At Augusta National, it turned out to be two strokes...
The USGA faced an interesting conundrum on Saturday when the organization had to make a ruling on whether or not to penalize Tiger Woods for an illegal drop he made on Friday afternoon.
Officials at the Masters did not make a ruling at the time of the infraction, and Woods only gave himself a one-shot penalty on his scorecard for the day.
The USGA was only made aware of Woods’...
The 2013 Masters is in the history books and as we did with CBS's NCAA Tournament broadcast it's time to take a look at how the network covered their other marquee springtime event. From Tiger Woods and his illegal drop to all of Australia (supposedly) watching Adam Scott's victory, the tournament wasn't hurting for storylines. Here's 4 Takeaways from CBS...
Tiger Woods' dropped ball debacle may have been facilitated by none other than Lindsey Vonn's jealous ex-husband.