A pair of golf psychologists offer Masters advice to Rory McIlroy, as the young phenom returns to the scene of his greatest choke
I recently mentioned to a friend of mine that I thought Tiger Woods had a good chance to win the Masters this week. As I was getting ready to tell her that I’m whole-heartedly supporting a Tiger comeback, I hesitated. I …
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On the eve of the Masters, Augusta officials may face new questions about its controversial male-only membership policy, thanks to IBM’s new CEO.
Well, that took longer than anyone expected.
After his messy divorce from former caddie Steve Williams, Tiger Woods has a new man on the bag.
After Tiger Woods imploded at the PGA Championship on Friday, causing him to miss a cut at a major championship for only the fourth time in his career, he has to make a move.
Two Sports Illustrated writers pen a work of fiction in which a Tiger-like fallen hero earns redemption just by being real. What if Woods did the same?
He could have used a putter off the tee for the entire fourth round and still won the 2011 U.S. Open.
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