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Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia took the first step to resolving their long-running feud on Monday morning at the U.S. Open, as the two men shook hands at the Merion Golf Club practice range. According to Derek
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The U.S. Open is nearly upon us, so that means it’s time for a new Tiger Woods Nike commercial, right?
With the resurgence of Woods’ game has certainly come the resurgence of his fame, as the world No. 1 ranked golfer was also ranked No. 1 among highest-paid professional athletes by Forbes for the first time in years. So, despite a deal with golf’s other primetime star at the...
Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia shook hands Monday on the U.S. Open practice range at Merion.
It was the first time they have seen each other since Garcia jokingly said at an awards dinner in England that he would have Woods over for dinner during the U.S. Open and ''we will serve fried chicken.'' Garcia apologized for the racially insensitive remark the next day at...
Sergio Garcia took his ongoing feud with Tiger Woods too far a few weeks ago, and it appears he knows it. On Monday morning, Garcia approached Woods on the driving range at the US Open and shook his hand before the two shared a brief exchange. About a month ago, Garcia accused Woods of intentionally [...]
Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia seem to be playing nicely together again as the two shook hands Monday on the U.S. Open practice range at Merion. The two have been in a bit of a feud for the past few months, and at least for the time being all seems to be calm.
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'WHILE WE'RE YOUNG'
The USGA's initiative to speed up the game is known as "While We're Young" and some commercials promoting it will feature big-time golfers and celebrities.
If there is a winner and a loser I consider it a sport.
I don’t think I have heard many people say that Golf isn’t a sport, but NIKE goes out of their way to make sure you know it is.
(Tiger Woods has won 78 times on the PGA Tour, four short of the all-time record held by Sam Snead. Here, on June 15, 2008, Woods makes a birdie on the 18th green to force an 18-hole playoff with Rocco Mediate at the U.S. Open at Torrey Pines. Woods won that playoff the next day for his 65th victory and 14th major. Gary A. Vasquez,
Merion Golf Club, the host of the...
This week's U.S. Open marks a once-inconceivable five years since Tiger Woods last won a major championship, that victory coming in a memorable Monday U.S. Open playoff against Rocco Mediate at Torrey Pines in June 2008.
It's the longest such slump in the 14-time major winner's career, but this year, there's a renewed sense of hope for Woods, who enters the tournament...
Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia had yet to meet face to face since Sergio’s now infamous fried chicken comments, so at the very least I think it’s good that the two are ready to put the ugly incident behind them. Perhaps now we can get back to focusing on golf for the both of the two, [...]
If you had "20 months" in the "How long will Tiger Woods' ex-mistress Rachel Uchitel's marriage last?" pool, congratulations -- you're in luck.
Uchitel's husband, former Penn State fullback Matt Hahn, reportedly filed for divorce Monday, citing "cruel and inhumane treatment" from Uchitel, the nightclub promoter who reportedly received...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By TIM DAHLBERG AP Sports Columnist A handshake on the driving range. A handwritten note left quietly in his locker.
About the only thing Sergio Garcia hasn't done this week is send Tiger Woods a box of chocolates.
There's still time, of course, since the two erstwhile rivals don't tee off until Thursday in the U.S. Open at muddy Merion Golf Club...
Tiger Woods and (relatively) new beau Lindsey Vonn have sure been getting a lot of attention lately. The couple announced they were dating via a Facebook post back in March, then made their first public appearance at the Met Ball just about a month ago — a night that didn’t go so well for Woods, according to some reports.
As swimmingly as the relationship seems to be going, however...
Don't let the location fool you. Adam Scott spends a lot of time in the Bahamas, which is where he does most of his work.
The Australian has spent part of his time in the Bahamas the past couple of years, practicing and playing out of Albany Golf Club. The practice is important, because Scott has limited his schedule in recent years, and the key to that is being ready to compete...