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Tiger Woods shot a 4-under 68 on Thursday night in the Australian Open, leaving him three shots behind first-round leader Jarrod Lyle
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Tiger Woods was, historically, never one for excuses.
If he stunk, he'd look into the cameras and say he stunk.
Maybe he could afford to be frank because he so rarely played poorly. Nevertheless, when he did, he took his lumps.
Lately, though, Woods has taken to hiding behind a convenient revisionism.
Every time he's asked to explain his slide from No. 1 to 58 in the...
We talk about Tiger Woods a lot around these parts. Talk about his struggles. Talk about his personal life. Talk about his reckless ex-caddie. We discuss his sponsors, his money situation and what others think about his future. But these days, the one thing that it seems we hardly ever talk about is the guy's golf game.
That's still what he does, right? Plays pro golf?...
Tiger Woods is convinced he is
finally in position to begin his rise to the top of world golf
again but he will have to beat a world class field at the
Australian Open this week if he is to end his two-year title
Tiger Woods has another corporate sponsor, this one filling the void on his golf bag. Woods has signed a deal with Fuse Science, Inc., a Florida company that deals with energy and nutrition products. The deal was announced Thursday, although Woods will not display the company on his golf bag until the Chevron World Challenge next month.
Tiger Woods has another corporate sponsor, this one filling the void on his golf bag.
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Jarrod Lyle lost his U.S. PGA Tour card after a very mediocre season. Off the course, and in the good news department, he's engaged to a woman from his Australian hometown who is pregnant -- surprisingly, he says -- with their first child. So the genial Lyle, who often calls himself the "Big Unit," wasn't getting overly excited about a 7-under-par 65 Thursday that gave him a...
The latest comparison between Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus was not about winning majors.