It took a historic performance from Rory McIlroy to make Tiger Woods a sympathetic figure.
At one time, the golf world feared Tiger Woods. But these days, taking verbal shots at the struggling legend is a popular sport.
It was a crowded field at the 2011 Masters, going into the final nine holes. But when all was said and done, it was Charl Schwartzel who reigned supreme, nudging Tiger Woods out of the headlines.
Forget about the sex scandal. Why too many swing changes may cost Tiger Woods a shot at sports immortality
A guy named Graeme McDowell just conquered America. Again.
TIME looks back at some of the occasions when it was more than just the golf that caught the world’s attention
This year’s PGA Championship, which tees off Thursday from Whistling Straits in Haven, Wisconsin, isn’t quite a do-or-die tournament for Tiger Woods.
It was the perfect game that wasn’t. Umpire Jim Joyce mistakenly ruined Armando Galarraga’s perfect game with a bad call. TIME takes a look at other refs who changed the course of sports history with bad calls
The Augusta National course is storied, exclusive, very opulent and very private — the perfect location for Tiger Woods to make his much anticipated return to golf. As the pros gear up to take the green in the annual Masters …
TIME looks at the sport with the world’s worst dressed athletes
Golf’s biggest tournament has had no shortage of spectacular performances — but also its fair share of big-time collapses. As this year’s quest for the Green Jacket begins, TIME.com looks at the most memorable mishaps in Masters history
A look back through the years at the best golfing goof-ups