Found November 18, 2011 on
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.
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Tiger Woods was paired with Steve Stricker for the U.S. in the opening match of the Presidents Cup, but it was Woods' pairing with Adam Scott, who is now teamed up with Tiger's ex-caddie Steve Williams, that drew most of the attention. This might have been because of the alleged racist remarks Williams' made at the Caddie Awards, but it also could have been because Williams...
Clearly after two weeks in Australia, Tiger's swing under pressure shows strong signs of becoming the Woods of old, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
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Tiger Woods, in the same group as former caddie Steve Williams for the first time since their acrimonious split, needs a big comeback on the back nine at Royal Melbourne if he and partner Steve Stricker hope to win their foursomes match at the Presidents Cup.
Tiger Woods finally won a point, then couldn't buy a putt.
Is he finally back? Who the heck really knows. But after a superb performance on Sunday afternoon, Tiger Woods produced the kind of performance we'd been waiting two years to see.
Those may be some bold words, but after watching Woods dispose of Aaron Baddeley during his Presidents Cup singles match, clinching the winning point to secure the trophy, it's hard to not look...
Tiger Woods is trying to make up for a lopsided opening loss, while the International team hopes to rally on the second day of the Presidents Cup at Royal Melbourne.
Despite going another day without a point from Tiger Woods, the U.S. maintained its lead in the Presidents Cup in Melbourne, Australia.
On a wild day of weather, the Americans stayed in control at the Presidents Cup.
Tiger Woods finally won a point Saturday morning, then couldn't buy a putt in the afternoon. Bubba Watson and Webb Simpson finally lost a match. And the temperatures plunged at Royal Melbourne as both teams struggled with tough conditions.
It finally ended with Jim Furyk as the only player to win...
With his dismantling of Aaron Baddeley at the Presidents Cup, Tiger Woods was his former dominating self.
Years back, some PGA Tour players started rumbling about these team events. They wanted to get paid. They hated going for a week somewhere without a fee attached to it. These are millionaires, dammit, and if they're showing up to golf, someone needs to be rubbing their feet. The rumblings quickly ceased. Fans didn't like that these guys were asking for something to play...
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 gathered...