Found November 20, 2011 on
American returned Down Under and wound up on top in the Presidents Cup.
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Is there any athlete who's had more of an up-and-down — lots of downs, very few ups — in the last few years than Tiger Woods? You know it all by now: hydrant, scandal, apology, injury, slow recovery.
But lately, there have been signs that maybe, just maybe, things might be turning around for the onetime dominator. Several good rounds in Australia, including the clinching...
The Chevron World Challenge, hosted by Tiger Woods, is featured this week with 18 of the top players in the world battling for the championship. This year, this limited field event will feature nine of the top twelve players in the 2011 FedExCup standings, five previous Major winners and 13 players from the 2011 President's Cup competition, including Woods. Some of the most exciting...
I saw this picture yesterday from the President’s Cup. The chicks in the picture are dating two of Tiger Woods’ teammates. I have a couple thoughts on this one; (1) Apparently, women aren’t as mad at Tiger Woods as we think (2) If I’m dating a chick I’m keeping her close to me when Tiger is on the prowl. Once a dog, always a dog.
Since it’s been a while it’s only fair...
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Woods is 0-2 for the first time ever in this event, and the first time in any team competition since he and Phil Mickelson lost their opening two matches at the 2004 Ryder Cup.
Tiger Woods hasn't looked this good on the golf course in back-to-back weeks since he left Australia two years ago with his 82nd title and the indisputable No. 1 ranking. OK, it's a small sample. The Australian Open and the Presidents Cup marked only the sixth time since the end of 2009 that Woods has even competed in consecutive weeks.
Tiger Woods was on track to pick up his first point in the first three days of the Presidents Cup and the United States led in three of the five foursomes matches Saturday.
The United States captured their fourth straight Presidents Cup, avenging the brutal beatdown at Royal Melbourne that the International side dished out 13 years ago.
Somewhat fitting, Tiger Woods was the man to seal the deal on Sunday with a picture-perfect blast from a greenside bunker on the 15th hole, effectively putting away the Cup and crowd favorite Aaron Baddeley.
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — The winning point for Tiger Woods. A perfect record for Jim Furyk.
And validation for U.S. captain Fred Couples.
The Americans won the Presidents Cup as a team, 19-15, avenging their worst loss ever in any cup competition 13 years ago on a Royal Melbourne course that lived up to its reputation as among the greatest tests in golf.
Yet even as they...