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Tiger Woods is as good as he ever was, but he’ll never be as good as he once was. Woods is the victim of himself -- through no fault of his own. Allow me to explain. 2009 was the last time the public saw Woods playing golf at a level even close to what they’d come to expect of the then-33-year-old, as he won six times -– and finished second three more times -– in 18 tournaments, including the four majors. However, since the much-discussed Thanksgiving 2009 incident, golf fans have been left wanting in terms of Tiger’s play, as...
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As Tiger Woods claimed his third win of the season on Sunday, his final moment of victory seemed just like old times.
Woods carded a 2-under-par 69 to complete a masterful two-stroke win at the AT&T National.
Despite being contested by Bo Van Pelt, Woods remained cool-under-pressure to knock down his 74th PGA Tour win. This one moved him into second place on the all-time list...
A short ride to Sam Snead's playground in West Virginia is what Tiger Woods considers a good way to get ready for the British Open.
Woods is coming off a win at the AT&T National last week and traveled 250 miles for his debut Thursday in the Greenbrier Classic in West Virginia.
The quick trip helped make Woods' decision to compete in the tournament easy, coupled with...
Tonight’s show is not one you will hear on most sports radio shows. We discussed topics most hosts won’t touch.
I discussed the country club sports in the same hour! Golf first with Nick Masuda of Golf Week Magazine. Nick is an incredible writer and his analysis of Tiger Wood’s win at his own ATT tournament was spot on. Tiger has now won three times on tour this year: Arnold...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf Writer In a rush to announce a milestone for Tiger Woods - not that his record needs any embellishment - the PGA Tour revealed that the AT&T National was the 100th professional win of his career.
Woods took to Twitter and said he found that to be ''pretty cool.''
It's also a little complicated.
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf Writer For all the endless parallels between the so-called new Tiger Woods and the old one, this was one comparison he didn't mind.
Winning at Congressional made it seem like 2009 all over again.
Woods returned from a significant leg injury back then amid questions whether he could be the same golfer he once was. He answered by...
Tiger Woods passed Jack Nicklaus for the second spot in career PGA Tour wins Sunday after holding off Bo Van Pelt to win the AT&T National at Congressional Country Club. Woods trails Sam Snead, who has 82 PGA Tour wins.
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While the golf world likes to pretend it's better off in the days of post-Tiger Woods dominance, the facts say otherwise. Woods won his third event of the year on Sunday, shooting a 2-under 69 and at the same time showing that he'll forever be golf's biggest draw. The AT&T National coverage on Sunday by CBS brought in a 4.6 overnight rating, which is 171 percent above...
BETHESDA, Md. -- Congressional reopened its gates Sunday to thousands of spectators who got what they expected in the AT&T National - another win by Tiger Woods. Only this win didn't follow a typical script. Caught in a tense duel with Bo Van Pelt on another sweltering day, it looked as though Woods blinked first until Van Pelt matched him with mistakes of his own. Woods...
Tiger Woods of old hasn’t returned. But the Tiger Woods of new is pretty damn good.
Is he back? With every stroke of greatness that Tiger Woods takes, that’s the question resting on the tips of the tongues that love the sport of golf. Is the greatest player we ever saw…back? Will the sport live to see another resurgence of its popularity ride the shoulders of a superstar...
With a dramatic win at his own event, Tiger Woods has passed Jack Nicklaus on the all-time PGA Tour wins list. Woods' two-shot win over Bo Van Pelt...
Brendon de Jonge had more birdies than people in his gallery
Saturday at the AT&T National to take a one-shot lead over
Tiger Woods and two others.
On this episode of The Slant, host Brad Stein is joined by OSN writer Tyler Hinds. They recap the Blazers' draft and tell us where the team goes from here. Also, they discuss why Tiger Woods' victory at the AT&T National means more to the sport than to Tiger and more!
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