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Tiger Woods announced on Thursday that he will play the next two events on the PGA Tour — the Wells Fargo Championship in North Carolina and the Players Championship in Florida. The Players Championship entry is hardly a surprise, given that he has twice won the tour’s flagship event, which is

Tiger Woods officially commits to 2018 US Open

Woods finally puts his intention into writing after he officially signed up for the 2018 US open which has been slated for June 14 – 17 at the Shinnecock Hills Southampton, New York. He has participated in the competition for fourteen times, winning three times in the following year; 2000, 2002,

US Open champ Brooks Koepka out of Masters

Last year's US Open champion Brooks Koepka has been forced to withdraw from the Masters as he continues his recovery from a wrist injury. The 27-year-old has missed all of the 2018 season to date after tearing a tendon in his wrist during his first event of the campaign, Hawaii's Sentry

Tiger Woods makes another strong start at Bay Hill

Tiger Woods bounced back from a double bogey on No. 3 after a wayward drive. Tiger Woods was out-of-bounds by inches and holed a 70-foot birdie putt, all part an entertaining morning at Bay Hill that left him one shot behind former PGA champion Jimmy Walker in the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Walker

Tiger Woods within striking distance of first win since 2013

Tiger Woods moved within one stroke of leader Corey Conners at the Valspar Championship in Florida on Saturday as his comeback gathered more steam ahead of next month’s US Masters. In just his fourth official start since spinal fusion surgery last April, the 14-times major champion carded an assured four-under-par 67

Tiger Woods tames gusty winds for opening 70 at Valspar

Tiger Woods gave himself a high grade after taming strong and gusty winds to trail first round Canadian leader Corey Conners by three strokes at the Valspar Championship in Florida on Thursday. Showing glimpses of the verve and creativity that brought him 14 major championships before a serious back injury, Woods

Tiger Woods: Do not write off old guard

Tiger Woods has warned the new wave of young golfers like Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy and Justin Thomas that he and Phil Mickelson could be forces to reckon with at next month’s U.S. Masters. Woods drew the biggest galleries during practice for this week’s Valspar Championship and at Wednesday’s Pro-Am and