Tiger Woods

Woods leads US to President Cup title win

Woods leads US to President Cup title winThe World no 1 golfer, Tiger Woods showed his supremacy in the golf as he led United States to a 19.5-14.5 victory over International side in the President Cup at Harding Park Golf Club in San Francisco on Sunday.

Woods helped to register perfect five victories in five matches in four days of the tournament. Wood and his partner world number three Steve Stricker won four matches which includes their victory over Geoff Ogilvy and Ryo Ishikawa on Thursday after starting with 6 and 4.

Woods shocks golfing world with foul-mouthed swears at USPGA

Woods shocks golfing world with foul-mouthed swears at USPGAChaska (USA), Aug 18 : American golfer Tiger Woods shocked TV viewers when he let out a foul-mouthed rant during the final round of the US PGA.

The world No. 1 missed seven putts from inside 10 feet to finish three strokes back after a final-round 75 to lose to an unheard of South Korean golfer Y E Yang.

According to reports, after missing his par putt at the 17th, he shouted the word "f***" on television.

The 33-year-old did admit to his ranting.

Flawless Woods sets early pace on day one at Hazeltine

Flawless Woods sets early pace on day one at HazeltineHazeltine, Minnesota - Tiger Woods produced a huge statement of intent on Thursday as he carded a flawless five-under-par 67 to set the pace midway through the first round of the US PGA Championship, the final Major of the year.

The world No 1, chasing his 15th Major but his first since the US Open of last year, threw down the gauntlet to his challengers at Hazeltine National, Minnesota, picking up five birdies with not a single bogey on his card as he finished one shot clear of defending champion Padraig Harrington.

Tiger Woods suffers back injury scare ahead of USPGA

Tiger Woods suffers back injury scare ahead of USPGAWashington, Aug 13 : American golfer Tiger Woods'' pursuit to win his third consecutive tournament and his first major of 2009 was hit by an injury scare while practicing at Hazeltine.

Woods, a four-time US PGA Championships winner, is 13-8 favourite with bookmakers to equal the record held jointly by Jack Nicklaus and Walter Hagen, who have won five US PGA Championships.

Tiger Woods hopes for Olympic golf; women's boxers also seek entry

Tiger Woods hopes for Olympic golf; women's boxers also seek entryBerlin - A possible inclusion of women's boxing for the 2012 London Olympics and the return of golf after 112 years in 2016 are top of the agenda at executive board
(EB) meetings of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Thursday.

Tiger Woods and company hope to be one of two sports picked by the EB, with rugby sevens tipped to be the other one. The other candidates baseball, karate, roller sports, rugby, and squash are expected to miss out.

Tiger Woods blames TV for ‘influencing the outcome’ of his PGA tour

Tiger Woods blames TV for ‘influencing the outcome’ of his PGA tourLondon, Aug. 12 : Tiger Woods has blamed US TV network CBS and British referee John Paramor for "influencing the outcome" of his duel with Padraig Harrington at the WGC Bridgestone Invitational.

The world No. 1 insisted they were more concerned with TV schedules than his battle with the 37-year-old Irishman.

Woods admitted that Harrington might not have lost if they had not been put on the clock by Paramor on the 16th tee.

Rejuvenated Woods out to right a wrong at Hazeltine

Rejuvenated Woods out to right a wrong at Hazeltine Hazeltine, Minnesota - The final Major of 2009, the US PGA Championship, begins at Hazeltine National on Thursday with one overriding question: Can Tiger Woods avoid the ignominy of going a calendar year without winning one of the sport's four biggest events?

The world No 1 has a point to prove after missing the cut in the British Open - his first on tour since 2006 - and if victory eludes him this weekend it will be the first time since
2004 that the American has not won one of the year's four Majors.

Tiger Woods misses cut at British Open

Tiger Woods misses cut at British OpenLondon, July 18 : Golfing great Tiger Woods has missed the cut for only the second time in his pro career at a major championship.

Woods, missed the cut for the second time in 49 professional majors, reports The Telegraph.

And as Woods departed the British Open, the co-leader was the oldest man ever to sit atop a major, 59-year-old Tom Watson, who made a sensational 60-foot putt on the 18th green to get there.

Tiger Woods’ niece Cheyenne makes her LPGA debut

Tiger Woods’ niece Cheyenne makes her LPGA debutLondon, June 28 : Tiger Wood's niece Cheyenne Woods made her LPGA debut on Thursday at Rochester, New York.

However, the debutant revealed that she was not in touch with the golf icon moments before the game, she said: "I talked to him about a month and a half ago when I got the exemption and he was really excited for me to be playing in this.

"He was just excited and looking forward to seeing how I would do."

She also added that she was nervous before the game began, reports The Sydney Morning Herald.

Tiger Woods says his late dad still advises him while playing golf

Tiger Woods says his late dad still advises him while playing golfNew York, June 22 : Tiger Woods has revealed that he hears his late father speak to him while playing golf.

Woods says that whenever he has trouble playing the game, he concentrates with the help of his father, who died in 2006.

"My dad''''s advice to me was to simplify. Even today, when I''''m struggling with my game, I can still hear him say, ''''Pick a spot and just hit it,''''" The New York Post quoted him as telling Fortune magazine.

Champion Woods struggles in rain-delayed first round at US Open

Champion Woods struggles in rain-delayed first round at US Open Farmingdale, New York - Tiger Woods began the defence of his US Open title with a battling 4-over-par 74 on Friday in the rain-delayed opening round at Bethpage, New York.

Woods and playing partner Angel Cabrera, the Masters champion, finished tied as organizers tried to get the tournament back on track after the deluge of Thursday that left
78 players unable to even begin their first round.

Tiger Woods favourite to successfully defend US Open title

Tiger Woods favourite to successfully defend US Open title Farmingdale, New York - Tiger Woods will be strong favourite to win a second US Open in succession when the tournament begins Thursday at Bethpage State Park.

An injury-hampered Woods claimed the 2008 crown in dramatic fashion against Rocco Mediate, taking victory on the first sudden death hole at Torrey Pines, after an 18-hole playoff on the Monday ended all tied.

Great golfers have more grey matter in their brains

Great golfers have more grey matter in their brainsWashington, April 11: Tiger Woods may be having more grey matter in his brain than others that keeps him winning, if the findings of a new study are to be believed.

University of Zurich researchers have found that expert golfers have a higher volume of the grey-coloured, closely packed neuron cell bodies that are known to be involved with muscle control.

The finding attains significance as it suggests that golfers who start young, and commit to years of practice, can also grow their brains while their handicaps shrink.

Tiger Woods may never again dominate golf: Ernie Els

Tiger Woods may never again dominate golf: Ernie ElsLondon, Mar 3 : Ernie Els reckons that Tiger Woods might never again dominate golf as he did before his latest injury.

Woods returned last week after an eight-month lay-off at the Accenture Match Play Championship in Arizona.

Tim Clark knocked him out in the second round and Els believes his knee may continue to hamper him.

Former world No. 1 Els underwent similar surgery for a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament in 2005, The Sun reported.

Tiger Woods loses to Tim Clark

Tiger Woods loses to Tim ClarkMarana (Arizona, US), Feb. 27 : Golf champion Tiger Woods celebrated comeback from knee surgery after eight months at the Accenture Match Play Championship ended after two rounds Thursday with a 4-and-2 defeat to Tim Clark.

Even one moment of magic - a hole-out from the bunker on the 14th - couldn''t swing the momentum.

Woods made more mistakes down the stretch and couldn''t match the South African''s six birdies in 16 holes.

"I''ve played with Tiger a few times. You either let it get the best of you or you thrive on it," said Clark.

Tiger Woods says its business as usual

Washington, Feb. 26 : Golfing champion Tiger Woods, who spent eight months recovering from knee surgery, has declared it is business as usual.

Woods, up against Australia's Brendan Jones, was playing for the first time since last June when he won the US Open before needing reconstructive knee surgery.

And despite a front-nine wobble that included bogeys at the third, fifth and seventh holes, world No 1 Woods roared to a 3 and 2 victory - thanks in part to an eagle at the par-five 13th.

Woods, 33, said: "I got off to a great start but there were some loose shots that followed in the middle of the round before I got it back on the 13th.

Tiger is back, feeling even stronger

Tiger WoodsLondon, Feb. 25 : After his eight-month lay-off due to a knee surgery, Tiger Woods is back to action and feeling “stronger than ever.”

The 33-year-old golfing superstar will mark his comeback with the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship — his first tournament since winning the US Open last June.

The world No. 1 had reconstructive surgery on a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee days afterwards, The Sun reports.

Woods insists he is back in business as he takes on Australia’s Brendan Jones, the 64th and lowest-ranked player in the field.

First pics of Tiger Woods’ new cub debut

First pics of Tiger Woods’ new cub debutWashington, Feb 19: Golfer Tiger Woods has posted his newborn son's pics for the first time on his web site.

Just 10 days old, Charlie Axel Woods made his international media debut, with dad holding him tight in the snaps.

Tiger posted five photos of his son, who was born on the 8th of February 2009, on his website Golf. com.

Charlie is Tiger and wife Elin's second child. Their first kid, Sam Alexis, was born in 2007.

Tiger Woods becomes father to second child

Tiger Woods becomes father to second child Washington - The family of world number one golfer Tiger Woods has grown with the birth of the sportsman's second child and first son, the player said on his website Monday.

Charlie Axel Woods was born Sunday. He is the brother of Sam Alexis, who was born in June 2007.

Woods said he was "thrilled" over the birth of his son, and noted that both the baby and his wife, Elin, "are doing great."

Tiger Woods plans to play golf with Obama soon

Washington, Feb. 5 : Ace golfer Tiger Woods plans to play golf with President Obama soon.

President Obama gave the answer any golfer would give when asked if he''d like to play a round with Tiger Woods.

"I''d love to," Obama said.

Woods detailed the brief conversation the two men had on his Web site Wednesday. That talk took place on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial two days before Obama''s inauguration. Woods was one of the many celebrities who addressed the crowd and spoke warmly of his father''s military service and of others who wear the uniform.

Woods described Obama as a man having "great leadership qualities, and his accomplishment truly embodies what''s best about America."




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