Tiger Woods goes 66-69 at the Greenbrier Classic to get into contention on the weekend in West Virginia.
Tiger Woods shot a terrific 66 in the first round of the Greenbrier Classic. Here's a look at how he did it.
Tiger Woods started hot and finished even better in an encouraging round at the Greenbrier Classic on Thursday morning.
Tiger Woods is back at it at the Grenbrier Classic this weekend. You know his game will lead websites and news shows everywhere. So what does he do to fight against that?
Tiger Woods is playing the Greenbrier Classic for just the second time ever. He's not going to win, is he? (no, he is not going to win)
Nothing against the Greenbrier Classic, but it's not exactly the Players Championship. Not even Tiger Woods can affect that.
At this point, it'll take some magic for Tiger Woods to rekindle the golfer of yesteryear. Peter Dawson thinks his precious Old Course at St. Andrews might hold it.
Can Tiger Woods really contend at the Greenbrier Classic this weekend? If his practice round is any indication, the answer is "yes."
Bluejack National looks a little bit like Augusta. That's on purpose. Tiger Woods discusses his first American course here and shows off a little of its punch.
Tiger Woods rolled away in 2005 at the Old Course. That won't happen this year, but we should still get an amazing Open.
Rory McIlroy's response, which young gun wins first and what in the world do we make of Tiger Woods' summer?
Tiger Woods and Cheyenne Woods are endlessly compared. The latter is sick of being asked questions about the former.
Rory McIlroy, Bubba Watson and Tiger Woods have won 11 percent of PGA Tour events in the last six years.
Bubba Watson is approaching a status few have achieved in their golfing careers. Ten wins and two majors? That's rare air indeed.
Tiger Woods is hearing it from everybody these days. His US Open result probably warrants the burn.
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