Tag Archives: Tiger Woods

Mar
6
2014
Uh oh...
The first round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship was halted at 2:22pm due to inclement weather in the area. After thunderstorms and showers hit Trump National Doral, the range re-opened just before 4pm and then golfers were back in position to restart play at 4:45pm.

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Mar
5
2014
Tiger is feeling better.
Tiger Woods withdrew after 13 holes at PGA National during the final round of the Honda Classic last Sunday, citing lower back spasms. But, just a few days later at the newly-renovated Trump National Doral, he was smiling and seemed in good spirits in his pre-tournament press conference Wednesday afternoon.

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Feb
28
2014
By Stephanie Wei under PGA Tour
Cruisin'
Rory McIlroy recovered from a slow start, with two bogeys in his first three holes, and posted six birdies to fire a four-under 66 in the second round of the Honda Classic. McIlroy, who opened with a flawless seven-under 63 at PGA National on Thursday, is 11-under at the halfway mark.

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Feb
27
2014
Rory's back on top!
What a difference a year makes! Well, the same could have been said last year for Rory McIlroy when he walked off the course in the middle of the second round out of frustration, since he was defending his title after winning this event in 2012. I guess you could also say McIlroy has a bit of a love-hate relationship with PGA National.

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Feb
27
2014
Shaky start for Tiger
Tiger Woods kicked off his second PGA Tour start of the year on Thursday – his first since the Farmers Insurance Open a month ago when he missed the secondary cut. His game in the first round of the Honda Classic didn’t exactly conjure up much more confidence that his form was taking a turn for the better.

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Feb
14
2014
Dove Mountain, every Tour player's favorite venue! (Not really)
The deadline to enter the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship closed at 5pm EST on Friday, so the field is now finalized. As we already knew, Tiger Woods, Adam Scott and Phil Mickelson, the world nos. 1, 2 and 4, respectively, are not competing in the first World Golf Championship event of 2014.

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