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Tiger Woods has his first major endorsement since his downfall two years ago, announcing a deal Wednesday with Rolex to be one of its ambassadors.
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Tiger Woods returned from a seven-week break and not much has changed.
Woods went 13 holes between his two birdies Thursday in the Frys.com Open and had to work hard for a 2-over 73. That left him in danger of missing the cut in consecutive starts for the first time in his career.
Woods had not played since missing the cut at the PGA Championship in August. He said the time off...
The fog finally lifted at CordeValle and revealed a Tiger Woods that looked vaguely familiar.
Woods ran off three straight birdies early in his round and survived a bumpy patch in the middle for a 3-under 68 on Friday in the Frys.com Open. He was seven shots behind Paul Casey, making a revival of his own.
Woods at least will make it to the weekend, ending a streak of six straight...
Tiger Woods is usually pretty invisible
when the leaves start to change colors, but this year will be a bit different.
Woods has been making headlines for several reasons in the past few weeks,
though he hasn't teed it up since tragically missing the cut at the PGA
Championship in August. In a time where he normally shies away from the
limelight, Woods will be center stage...
Times are finally changing for Tiger Woods … not on the links, he still sucks – but the golfer just locked down a MAJOR endorsement deal with Rolex watches … this according to his agent. The details about the deal have not yet been…
GOLF: TIGER WOODS brand is on the way back. Almost two years after his minor car crash triggered a major personal scandal and the desertion of many of his corporate backers, the former world number one has found himself a new sponsor.
The Switzerland-based watchmaker Rolex announced yesterday it has signed Woods, who has fallen to number 51 in the world rankings and will try again...
With a 73 in Round 1 of the Frys.com Open, Tiger Woods' Fall Series debut fell short, mostly due to his putting, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
Tiger Woods is back, but his game isn't. The ex-No. 1 shoots 2-over 73 at the Frys.com Open. Steve Elling says Woods' aura and era never looked more absent and over on Thursday.
This might be more of a cameo than a comeback for Tiger Woods.