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Tiger Woods returned to action at a place he has grown to love, Firestone Country Club the site of the Bridgestone Invitational. Woods who has won there 7 times is off to a good start after posting a 4 under par round of 66 to put him in a tie for 3rd place. Tiger started his first round on the back side of the South Course and he was off and running. Right out of the gate he made...
AKRON, Ohio - In the days after squandering a chance to legitimately compete for the British Open title and slipping to finish in a tie for sixth, the world's top-ranked golfer traded his golf clubs for swim trunks and went to the Bahamas with his children.
Even when he's not on top of his game, it's still good to be Tiger Woods.
After a relaxing week or so not thinking...
Tiger Woods continued his success at Firestone Country Club Thursday in Akron, Ohio.
Woods shot 4-under 66 in the first round of the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, his best opening round at the event since 2005, when he went on to win.
"It's one of those things where I was explaining to you guys yesterday that no matter how I'm playing coming in here, I've played...
Tiger Woods began play at the Bridgestone Invitational today, and as expected, he has a great showing in the first round by shooting a 66 for the day. This isn’t much of a surprise, since Woods has finished in the top 10 11 of the 13 times that he’s played in the tournament reports CBS Sports. The proof lies in the scorecard.
The golfing world has been very critical of Woods’...
Tiger Woods paid a visit to Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, NY the site of the PGA Championship and left very critical of the greens situation. This critique came following a practice round on Tuesday. Of the greens Woods said, ” The greens are spotty, and it’ll be [...]
Tiger Woods absolutely sizzled on the golf course Friday, flirting with a 59 before "settling" for a 61 and a seven-shot lead after two rounds at the WGC Bridgestone Invitational.
The round recalled the happier, simpler times for Tiger, when he trampled over other golfers like so many insignificant blades of fairway grass. It also gave us a great visual.
A birdie on the...
The ledger says Tiger Woods has dominated at Firestone Country Club.
He just says he's comfortable there.
Coming off a disappointing British Open and steeling for the PGA Championship next week at Oak Hill, Woods headlines a bumper crop of world-class players at the Bridgestone Invitational.
Woods has won seven times on the rolling hills at Firestone, turning the tournament...
AKRON, Ohio - It's felt more like October than July in Northeast Ohio of late, but the arrival of the sun and some humidity made for nearly ideal scoring conditions at Firestone Country Club Thursday.
It wasn't long before Tiger Woods started making birdies.
He's done this before.
The world's No. 1 ranked golfer came away believing he can keep doing it this weekend...
No matter what your thoughts are about Tiger Woods, his second round on Friday at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational was simply stunning. Tiger shot 61 (3.39 was his average shots per hole) on Friday, five shots better than the next best score of the day, John Merrick’s 66. Firestone CC has been more than friendly to Woods, having won this tournament seven times previous...
This week the world’s number 2 Phil Mickelson goes up against the world’s number one Tiger Woods at a place that Woods loves to win at. Phil isn’t too far behind Woods in the world golf rankings. He is only trialing Tiger by 3.9 points. Mickelson has been one of the hottest guys on tour over the past few weeks. He won the Scottish Open and then the Open Championship just a...
Tiger Woods made a run at 59, one of the last items missing from
Ten things to know about the PGA Championship, to be played Aug. 8-11 at Oak Hill Country Club:
TIGER'S LAST CHANCE
This is the 10th time Tiger Woods has come to the PGA Championship looking for his first major of the year. He only avoided a shutout in 1999 and 2007. A failure to win at Oak Hill would mean his fifth straight season without a major.
While Riley Cooper deserves credit for apologizing after he used a racial slur at a Kenny Chesney concert, there is going to be more scrutinuy over who he is and how people (including his teammates) view him as a person.It's not just that he said the slur, but also how he said the slur that is debated and scrutinized by the press, fans, and civil rights groups. A month ago,...