Woods wins at last but is Tiger “back” this time round?

March 26, 2012

“That was a huge win for Tiger Woods today. Our game just got a whole lot more interesting,” scribed world number 11 Dustin Johnson on Twitter on Sunday after his fellow American dominated the field at Bay Hill to clinch the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

Augusta offers comfort factor but will it be enough for Woods?

February 28, 2011

GOLF/Tiger Woods returned to competition at last week’s WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship in the Arizona desert under increasing pressure to clean up his game and his on-course demeanour.

Tiger Woods at the U.S. Masters – live

April 8, 2010

Tiger Woods returned from a five-month absence with a blistering first round at the U.S. Masters and we continue to live blog his bid for another win here. Join us for hole-by-hole coverage, commentary, discussion and on-the-spot analysis from the Augusta National.

Tiger back to face the media — but is it too soon?

April 5, 2010

GOLF-MASTERS/The eyes of the golfing world will be firmly fixed on Augusta National at 1400 local (1900 GMT) on Monday when four-times champion Tiger Woods faces the media ahead of his highly anticipated return to competition at this week’s U.S. Masters.

Looking back, 2009 Masters will go down as one of the best

April 16, 2009

Spectators who were fortunate enough to be at Augusta National for the final round of the 2009 U.S. Masters will never forget the experience as the birdie roars returned to the undulating, par-72 layout with a vengeance.

On the Tiger trail at Augusta National

April 11, 2009

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Got a look at Tiger Woods during the second round of the U.S. Masters … sort of.

Japan’s Tiger cub Ishikawa needs breathing space

April 11, 2009

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Picture this: You are one of your country’s biggest celebrities, you have signed a multi-million dollar deal with IMG, teenage girls scream when you walk into a room and you have a media circus tripping over each other to follow your every move — before you’re even old enough to drive.

Which is better — a low-scoring Masters or a gruelling slog?

April 11, 2009

After many leading players — including Tiger, evergreen Gary Player, Greg Norman and Mike Weir — complained that changes to toughen Augusta National had robbed the Masters of birdie and eagle opportunities that had often made Masters Sunday a compelling rollercoaster ride, Thursday’s opening round produced record low scoring.