Tag Archives: Tiger Woods

Aug
6
2014
By Bernie D'Amato under PGA Championship

 

Tiger Woods defeated Bob May in a playoff to win the 2000 PGA at Valhalla, but he noticed a completely different golf course after playing the front nine today. Woods was unable to get to the course before Wednesday because he was recovering from back spasms caused by a popped sacrum.

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Aug
6
2014

After two days of speculation, Tiger Woods has arrived at Valhalla for a practice round with Steve Stricker. Woods is struggling to recover from back surgery, but he is one heck of a competitor who will try to figure out a way to get around Valhalla for the 96th PGA Championship.

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Aug
5
2014

 

According to Bovada.lv, Rory McIlroy (9/2) is the heavy favorite to win the PGA Championship at Valhalla. Adam Scott (11/1) is the second favorite, and Justin Rose and Sergio Garcia are both at 16/1.

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Jul
30
2014

 

The WGC-Bridgestone Invitational will be Tiger Woods’ third event since returning to competition from back surgery. He has not played well in the previous two events, but he said the venue this week will give him confidence. Tiger owns Firestone Country Club with eight wins dating back to 1999, and said, “This golf course is just amazing. It’s very forward. It’s right in front of you.”

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Jul
19
2014
By Bernie D'Amato under The Open Championship

 

Tiger Woods is still shaking rust off his game. After going three-under through his first 10 holes at Hoylake, Tiger double-bogeyed 2 (his 11th), and triple-bogeyed 7 before finishing with a birdie on 9 for a 73. At three-over for the championship, Woods is currently T58.

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Jul
18
2014
By Bernie D'Amato under The Open Championship

 

What a difference a day makes. Yesterday, the golf world was in full Tiger comeback mode, and today, we all want to take a second to regroup. Tiger Woods got off to a poor start, and had to birdie the 18th to make the cut (+2) after a triple-bogey on 17. Major number 15 will have to wait, but at least Tiger will have two more rounds on the road to recovery.

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