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BACK or not? That's the question Tiger Woods has posed in the wake of his final performance of 2010, having played so well for three days in the Chevron World Challenge only to leave lingering doubts after falling flat on his face in the final round in California.
Tiger Woods put himself in position to end a forgettable year on a triumphant note by charging one shot clear in the Chevron World Challenge first round.
Sean O'Hair never doubted that fellow American Tiger Woods would be back to his best sooner rather than later, and it seems likely he will be proved right at this week's Chevron World Challenge.
United States Presidents Cup captain Fred Couples has promised former world No 1 Tiger Woods a place in his team next year.
Tiger Woods has a final chance to claim his first victory of the year at this week's Chevron World Challenge and close the curtain on a 2010 campaign he described as "very painful".
Unheralded left-hander Adam Bland will carry a three-shot lead into the final round of the 2010 JB Were Masters today after completing a one-under 70 in extreme conditions yesterday at Victoria Golf Club in Melbourne.
This time, the reaction of those Melburnians gathered at the stunning Victoria course is nearer ho-hum than ga-ga. This time, knowing what they now know, eyes have narrowed rather than widened at his exploits.
TIGER Woods will have no special protection from heckling fans when he defends his title at the Australian Masters in Melbourne this week.
Tiger Woods returned to his mother's home country for a four-man skins tournament yesterday and left soon after winning only one hole in another disappointing performance.
Tiger Woods pointed to Lee Westwood's recent consistency in major championships as he paid tribute yesterday to his successor as world number one.
Tiger Woods says he's looking forward to giving something back to Thailand when he makes a quick visit to his mother's home country for the first time in ten years to play a one-day skins tournament next month.
IT'S OVER - or rather, it soon will be. The longest unbroken reign in the 24-year history of the world golf rankings ends this Sunday.
TIGER Woods had two words for Rory McIlroy when the world No 1 was asked yesterday about his reaction to the young Ulsterman saying he'd like to play against him at this week's Ryder Cup in Wales. "Me too," said Woods in a terse reply that sent out a message to McIlroy and his fellow European players that he is up for the challenge at Celtic Manor.
TIGER Woods appeared ill at ease as the American Ryder Cup team touched down in Cardiff yesterday.
Tiger Woods has found purpose to the Ryder Cup, writes Tom English
Tiger Woods could have lost his world No 1 spot by the time he flies to Wales with the rest of the American Ryder Cup side on Sunday night - and there is nothing he can do about it.
UNITED States Ryder Cup captain Corey Pavin insists he is not afraid to drop Tiger Woods.
Tiger Woods remained an also-ran at the BMW Championship at Cog Hill, Chicago, yesterday - and Rory McIlroy was still one of the back-markers.