Tiger Woods will tee it up this week at the PGA Tour's season-opening Safeway Open, marking his first competitive start in 14 months after sitting out with injuries to his back. Expectations will be tempered, but what positives will we see from the 14-time major winner?
Tiger Woods said Wednesday that he hopes to play in the Safeway Open, Oct. 13-16, at Silverado Resort and Spa in Napa, California. Woods also intends to compete in the Turkish Airlines Open, Nov. 3-6, in Antalya, Turkey, and the Tiger Woods Foundation-run Hero World Challenge, Dec. 1-4, at Albany in the Bahamas. He will participate in the Tiger Woods Invitational presented by USLI, Oct. 10-11, on the Monterey Peninsula.
Davis Love III has two FedEx Cup tournaments remaining before announcing his three of his four captain’s picks for the U.S. Ryder Cup team. Age is not an issue and neither are Ryder Cup points, even this late in the game.
Reed shot a one-under 70 in the final round of the Barclays to win by one over Sean O’Hair and Emiliano Grillo. The victory was the fifth of the 26-year-old’s career but first since the beginning of 2015, a span of 55 worldwide starts including the Olympics.
Nike, the most valuable sports brand in the world, is stepping out of the golf equipment business. A company press release indicated that Nike “will transition out of equipment—including clubs, balls and bags” to focus on footwear and apparel.
TIGER PULLS OUT OF PGA, WON'T PLAY THIS SEASON Tiger Woods has withdrawn from the PGA Championship, and his agent says that he will not play again this season. Woods, 40, foreshadowed this at the Hero World Challenge in December, when it became apparent that his two back surgeries last fall were not going to allow him to come back in three months' time like he did in 2014.
Henrik Stenson carded a joint record eight-under-par 63 to win The Open by three shots after an enthralling final-round tussle with Phil Mickelson.
IF you’re watching the British Open on television this week, you’re going to hear a lot from the commentators about the eighth hole at Royal Troon. It is a diminutive, 123-yard par-3 named “Postage Stamp,” and it can make or break a player’s round.
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