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Regaining the No. 1 spot in the world is something that has been a long time coming for Tiger Woods.At times it appeared as if it was never going to happen again, but after falling down pretty fart professionally and personally it now appears that ole Eldrick might have it back together again.
And he's okay with losing it too (the No. 1 ranking that is).
Tiger's win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational pushed him past Rory McIlroy for the No. 1 spot, but it helped a little bit that Rory had opted to take the weekend off instead of play.
Now the table has turned. McIlroy is playing at the Shell Houston Open this week and Tiger is taking a break. Should Rory win he can retake the spot he held for the last 30+ weeks and knock Tiger back down a peg.
On one hand, it would be understandable if Tiger was not cool with the notion, and was doing his best to send bad vibes Rory's way. The two are friends though. Instead, Tiger is encouraging him to win in a way rath...
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According to reports, Tiger Woods apparently sent Rory McIlroy a text message that in essence read, "Get your finger out of your ass and win."
Rory McIlroy sent a text message to Tiger Woods on Tuesday, congratulating him on winning at Bay Hill and taking over the No. 1 world ranking again.
Woods responded by telling McIlroy to get going and win this week's Houston Open. A victory would put McIlroy back at No. 1, a spot he held for 32 weeks before Woods' latest win.
McIlroy says losing the top ranking allows him...
It seems as though getting back to being ranked #1 in the world for the first time since December 2010, having a new girlfriend and putting together three wins to start the year has Tiger Woods feeling better than usual. This text message to Rory McIlroy doesn’t seem like the normal thing Tiger would do, but it does make it seem as though Rory and Tiger are better friends than...
Tiger Woods is back on top of the golf world and Nike claims that "winning takes care of everything" with their latest ad.
Woods and fellow legend Arnold Palmer team up for this EA Sports Tiger Woods PGA Tour '14 commercial, which is probably one of the greatest spots ever put together.
Tiger Woods returned to No. 1 in the world by winning the Arnold Palmer Invitational, not surprising except if you consider where he was a little more than a year ago.
Woods had not won a PGA Tour in some 2 1/2 years. He missed most of the summer and two majors in 2011 because of injuries to his left leg and Achilles tendon. He walked off the course at Doral a year ago because of...
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Rory McIlroy tunes up for Masters at Houston Open.
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Sporting News picks up a story from sister publication Sports Business Journal by John Ourand and David Broughton on the NHL's TV ratings since the lockout. Suffice to say like the NBA a year ago, ratings both locally and nationally have gone up significantly...
Dear lord, what was Tiger thinking?
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There sure is a lot of golf going on this week. We had a Monday finish at Bay Hill. A finish that featured possibly the greatest golfer of all time returning to number one in the world. We segued into Tuesday and the absolutely awful Tavistock Cup. If you are not familiar with this horrific cash grab masquerading as a golf tournament, check out this post on SB Nation. Wednesday is...
Here's Your March 27th Pin Sheet:
ESPN.com's expert picks for the Shell Houston Open.
PGATOUR.com's expert picks for the Shell Houston Open.
Golf Channel's Will Gray's Fact Pack.
GolfWeek's Fantasy Tip Sheet.
In a development that should surprise no one, the team named after New York's capital wins the Tavistock Cup. You're welcome...