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Tiger Woods says he's the healthiest he's been in nearly a decade and is hoping his success of the end of 2011 will carry over into this week's Abu Dhabi Golf Championship.
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It should come as no surprise to Tiger Woods that he has been inundated with questions regarding the book Hank Haney wrote about him, but that doesn't mean he can't be sick of talking about it.
Tiger Woods just doesn't get it. Probably never will.
Sitting through a Woods press conference is sometimes like watching a tedious four-hit, 1-0 baseball game. Woods played baseball as a youngster -- he must have been sent up to bunt every time he was at bat because he seems incapable of swinging at anything except a golf ball.
That much was obvious from his initial thoughts...
If you've spent any time on golf sites this week, you know that Tiger Woods is making his 2012 debut at Abu Dhabi, the first time he's played in the seven-year-old event. Woods, who is skipping out on on the Farmers Insurance Open, an event he has won six times in his career, answered questions on Tuesday about everything golf related, including the recent news about an upcoming...
Torrey Pines holds a special place in Tiger Woods' heart. Not only was it the site of his historic U.S. Open victory in 2008, the course has been a staple of his schedule since 1998 -- a familiar track that became his personal playground over the years, as Woods won six times in a 13-year span, including four consecutive victories from 2005-08.
Simply put, Torrey is Woods'...
Old Tiger Woods was spotted a couple of times in late 2011, but we've been there before. Steve Elling says as Tiger begins play Thursday in Abu Dhabi, 2012 is when we see if another swing overhaul leads to a return to greatness.
Tiger Woods and Torrey Pines used to be a winning combination. Except for his first full season on the PGA Tour, Woods never missed what used to be called the Buick Invitational, the same brand that happened to be on his golf bag. He not only won six times, his worst finish was a tie for 10th, when he finished two shots out of a playoff.
Tiger Woods acknowledged Tuesday that being paid an appearance fee played a significant role in deciding to open his 2012 season in the Middle East instead of California, where he had traditionally started his golf year.
Tiger Woods says he's the healthiest he's been in nearly a decade and is hoping his success of the end of 2011 will carry over into this week's Abu Dhabi Golf Championship. Woods ended 2011 with his first victory in two years at the Chevron World Challenge and said Tuesday he is looking to pick more than that one win this year.
By Brian KeoghSpecial to ARMCHAIR GOLFBrian Keogh is a golf correspondent for The Irish Sun and a contributor to The Irish Times, Golf Digest Ireland and other golf publications. The following excerpt from Brian’s Irish Golf Desk is used with permission. Tiger Woods is fit and determined.TIGER WOODS IS BACK ON THE PROWL again—fitter, stronger and more determined than ever.At...
The PGA Tour makes its annual stop this week at Torrey Pines, which in 2008 became the first true municipal course to the site of the US Open, and the focus of golf world will be on . . . Abu Dhabi?
The Farmers Insurance Open, a staple on the US circuit since it was first played in 1952 as the San Diego Open, is taking a backseat to the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship.
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