The display from Woods was not an embarrassment but a slap of reality at the work he still has left to get to where we remember him.
The images of Tiger Woods, dressed in his red shirt and raising both arms on the 18th green after another victory, are no longer highlights from years gone by.
Halfway through the season, Tiger Woods has made it clear that he is hitting his stride in pursuit of a major record.
Healthy is what Tiger looked like, Tiger is who Tiger played like.
He needs to win a major and compete consistently for me to be convinced Tiger will again be a dominant force.
Ron Sirak, executive editor of Golf World Magazine, joined The Norris & Davis Show to talk about Tiger’s big win at Jack Nicklaus’ tournament over the weekend. Tiger is now tied with Nicklaus at 73 PGA Tour wins.
Tiger finally got a win. After 30 weeks, 924 days, a fired coach and caddy, he is back in the win column.
Since November of 2009, Tiger Woods has not been the same golfer physically or mentally and former golfer Nick Faldo doesn’t think Woods can regain that edge again.
On another brilliant day of golf, Rory McIlroy ran away with the U.S. Open title, winning by eight shots and breaking the tournament scoring record by a whopping four strokes.
Tiger Woods recently pulled out of the upcoming U.S. Open. But a quick look at the numbers shows he’s still on track to tie or surpass Jack Nicklaus’ record of 18 major wins.
We all hate when our heroes don’t seem to have “it” anymore. Whether its local legends like Brooks Robinson, Cal Ripken or Johnny Unitas, or a national icon like Michael Jordan.