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Tiger ends 30-month drought with Bay Hill victory.
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The New York Post has been known to create some attention-grabbing headlines over time. They've also been known to have something of an infatuation with Tiger Woods. So, with Woods winning for the first time since 2009 on Sunday, it only made sense that the Post would make Woods a focal point. Woods' win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational -- his first since the BMW Championship...
Back in the day, Tiger Woods wasn't just the best player in the world, he was also one of the luckiest.
Errant shots would have a habit of finding safe harbor, bounces would go his way, putts -- like the famous one on the final hole at the 2008 US Open -- would somehow fall in instead of lipping out like they did for most everyone else.
The past two-and-a-half years, not so...
It had been over 900 days since Tiger Woods last won an official PGA tournament before Sunday. With his victory at Bay Hill, Tiger Woods finally broke his winless streak and did something few men in the universe are capable of doing at the present time - kick Tim Tebow off the back pages of the New York tabloids. Tiger's victory isn't just great news for his game though...
Tiger Woods is all smiles after his latest win, and golf fans are ready to smile again too.
Tiger Woods won his first PGA Tour victory since his infamous sex scandal at the end of 2009, in which a dozen or so women came out as having an affair with the golf king. Woods closed his victory at the Arnold Palmer Invitational with a 2-under 70 for a five-shot win over Graeme McDowell.
Seems like the prince of golf is may be back. With the Masters only two weeks away,...
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- Tiger Woods finally brought the buzz back to the very thing that made him famous -- winning.
Two weeks after another injury scare, and two days before his former coach's book goes on sale, Woods looked dominant as ever Sunday in the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
It was his first PGA Tour victory since a sex scandal at the end of 2009 led to one of the greatest...
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Tiger Woods finally brought the buzz back to the very thing that made him famous - winning. Two weeks after another injury scare, and two days before his former coach's book goes on sale, Woods looked dominant as ever Sunday in the Arnold Palmer Invitational. It was his first PGA Tour victory since a sex scandal at the end of 2009 led to one of the greatest downfalls...
With Tiger Woods on his way to his first PGA Tour victory in over two years, overnight ratings increased dramatically for Saturday’s third round coverage of the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Coverage of the third round of the PGA Tour Arnold Palmer Invitational earned a 2.9 overnight rating on NBC Saturday, according to USA Today, up 53% from last year (1.9), and up 93% from 2010...
One swing cost Tiger Woods a comfortable lead Saturday at Bay
Hill. He still finished atop the leaderboard, leaving him one round
away from winning on the PGA Tour for the first time in 30
How exciting is this time of year? This weekend the Final 4 is decided in the Big Dance. The Marshall baseball team and softball teams both have conference games this weekend. Tiger Woods is in contention to win his first tournament in over two years. However, what can trump all of that? How about the fact that today is the eve, eve of spring practice for OUR Marshall University Thundering Herd.
Arnold Palmer has been released from the hospital Monday after being admitted Sunday for high blood pressure after watching Eldrick win his tourney. Arnold Palmer (pictured above) took some time this weekend to sign autographs for the ladies. Now we know where that blood rush came from. [Follow me @TravisHouser]
Fifteen years from now, maybe we'll think of the final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational on Sunday as the opening scene of the second act to the greatest career in golf history.
It sure felt like it was the start of something special.
Starting the day with a one stroke lead over Graeme McDowell, Tiger Woods suddenly turned back the clock and did what he always did...