Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods

Woods has playing instincts back

Former world No 1 Tiger Woods returns to action today insisting he has rediscovered his “playing instincts”.

Harmon and Azinger fear for Woods over injury

Tiger Woods' former coach Butch Harmon believes the 14-time major winner's career now has a huge question mark over it

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Tiger Woods limps out of Players after injuries flare up again

TIGER Woods' latest comeback lasted just nine holes and 42 strokes at Sawgrass - and he knew he was in trouble from his very first shot.

Tiger Woods down to No 8 as Paul Casey climbs spot

Paul Casey has become the latest European to overtake Tiger Woods on the world rankings, pushing the 14-time major winner down to eighth even though he missed the cut at the Wells Fargo Championship in North Carolina.

John Huggan: Grabbing a tiger by the tail

It's an uncomfortable business interviewing golf's rudest superstar but CBS presenter Peter Kostis will keep asking the questions he believes viewers want the answers to

Nike glad they stuck by their man Tiger Woods

Embarrassing revelations about Tiger Woods's personal life and the golfer's subsequent decline in form have done little to quell Asia's adulation for the former world No 1, Nike's head of golf said yesterday.

Golf: McDowell unfazed by Tiger draw

Graeme McDOWELL is looking forward to the start of what he calls "the big show" - two rounds with Tiger Woods in The Masters at Augusta.

Statistics fail to back up optimism from Tiger Woods

A YEAR ago it was all about what state of mind Tiger Woods was in and how the rest of the world would treat him. Now it is all about what state his game is in entering another Masters and whether the rest of the field are in awe of him any more.

Tiger Woods dating stepdaughter of Rangers chief

TIGER Woods is reportedly dating the stepdaughter of Rangers chairman Allan Johnston.

Tiger Woods: I can't play more due to situation with family

TIGER Woods, struggling to recapture his best form, has said his family situation is stopping him playing in more PGA Tour events.

John Huggan: Sigh of theTiger

It won't mean a thing if Woods rebuilds his swing when he's neglecting other parts of his game, says his old coach

Don't write off Tiger Woods - Thomas Bjorn

THOMAS Bjorn claimed the scalp of Tiger Woods again, but believes it is far too early to start writing off the former world No 1.

Naming Tiger Woods after spitting fine justified says Tour chief

EUROPEAN Tour chief executive George O'Grady has defended the decision to break policy by naming Tiger Woods over his fine for spitting and says the decision to punish the former world No 1 has led to him being inundated with praise from golf fans on this side of the Atlantic.

Tiger Woods fined for spitting on green

TIGER Woods has been handed a fine by European golf's ruling body after spitting on the green at a tournament in Dubai.

Martin Dempster: Murray right to voice his disgust at Tiger's spitting

UNLIKE his rugby namesake, Ewen Murray doesn't have Christian beliefs that stop him working on the Sabbath. Just as well, really, as he wouldn't have got very far as a golf commentator if he decided to vacate the Sky booth just as every tournament reached the business end.

Tiger Woods ready to have fun in company of top two

Tiger Woods will try to feed off happy memories at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic today when he takes on the two players who have overtaken him in the world rankings.

Martin Dempster: Dubai a big test for toiling Woods

TIGER Woods has won the Dubai Desert Classic twice and never finished out of the top five. Anything less this week and the former world No 1 will take an even bigger hammering than he did after making his worst-ever seasonal bow at Torrey Pines a fortnight ago.

Changing room chat: Army officer ready to shoot with Tiger

AN AMERICAN army officer serving in war-torn Afghanistan has won the chance to play with Tiger Woods in the Dubai Desert Classic pro-am tomorrow.

Phil Mickelson on the charge as Tiger Woods gets left behind

Tiger Woods admitted he could not force his way into contention for the Farmers Insurance Open title as Phil Mickelson grabbed a share of the lead with Bill Haas at Torrey Pines.

Golf: Tiger Woods is left five behind

Tiger Woods admitted he could have done more on the par five holes at the Torrey Pines North Course after firing a bogey-free round of 69 to open his season in the Farmers Insurance Open in California.

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