Tiger Woods shoots career-worst round of 85
Tiger Woods shoots career-worst round of 85

Tiger Woods produced the worst round of his professional career, a 13-over-par 85 in the third round of the Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village on Saturday. The 14-time major champion finished off a bad day with a quadruple bogey eight on the 18th hole to eclipse his previous worst of 82 at the Phoenix Open earlier this year.

Tiger Woods falls outside world's top 100 for first time in career
Tiger Woods falls outside world's top 100 for first time in career

Former world number one Tiger Woods will on Monday drop outside the top 100 in the rankings for the first time in more than 18 years.

Masters countdown ticks fast for Tiger Woods
Masters countdown ticks fast for Tiger Woods

As the clock counts down for the April 9-12 Masters, fans, players and medical experts continue to speculate on whether a shockingly out-of-sorts Tiger Woods will be able to compete at the year`s opening major.

Tiger Woods says won`t play until game back in shape
Tiger Woods says won`t play until game back in shape

Fallen world number one Tiger Woods is taking a break from tournament golf in a bid to get his faltering game back in shape after the worst round of his career.

Tiger Woods now a subject of sympathy
Tiger Woods now a subject of sympathy

No one can recall these kinds of odds for Tiger Woods at any tournament, certainly not one at Torrey Pines. He is listed at 50-to-1, which prompted a question that was even more shocking than the odds. Was that to win? Or to make the cut?

Brooks Koepka wins Phoenix Open fight for first US title
Brooks Koepka wins Phoenix Open fight for first US title

American Brooks Koepka won his first US PGA title by holding off Hideki Matsuyama, Martin Laird and Masters champion Bubba Watson over Sunday`s final holes to win the $6.3 million Phoenix Open.

Struggling Tiger Woods will be fine in the end, says Darren Clarke
Struggling Tiger Woods will be fine in the end, says Darren Clarke

People should not read too much into Tiger Woods’s disastrous performance at the Phoenix Open, according to his close friend and fellow former British Open champion Darren Clarke.

Dark day for Tiger Woods raises prospect of the ''yips''
Dark day for Tiger Woods raises prospect of the ''yips''

Stunned golf fans at the Phoenix Open were left to ponder how the mighty have fallen after Tiger Woods plunged to new depths with the worst score of his professional career in Friday`s second round.

Martin Laird two ahead at Phoenix Open, Tiger Woods shoots 82
Martin Laird two ahead at Phoenix Open, Tiger Woods shoots 82

A bogey at the final hole left Scotland`s Martin Laird with a two-stroke lead after the second round at a wet Phoenix Open on Friday.

Tiger Woods in "official" slump as experts express mild surprise
Tiger Woods in "official" slump as experts express mild surprise

The worst round of Tiger Woods` professional career was a mild surprise rather than a complete shock to most golf insiders.

Scottsdale's sweet 16th evokes strong memories for Tiger Woods
Scottsdale's sweet 16th evokes strong memories for Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods has not competed at the Waste Management Phoenix Open in 14 years but he is remembered most by the raucous crowds that gather here at the TPC Scottsdale for his electrifying debut four years earlier.

No toothless Tiger; Woods all smiles for return
No toothless Tiger; Woods all smiles for return

Tiger Woods, who had a front tooth knocked out by a video cameraman last week, displayed a full smile Tuesday after a nine-hole practice round ahead of the Phoenix Open.

J.B. Holmes completes long road back to top

Nearly three years after undergoing brain surgery, J.B. Holmes completed the long journey back to the top when he won the $6.9 million Wells Fargo Championship on Sunday.

Walrus and son set for ''very, very cool'' Masters

Craig Stadler is ready for "a very, very cool" experience at this week`s Masters where he and his son Kevin will become the first father-son duo to compete together in the season`s opening major.

Watson moves two ahead in Phoenix

Bubba Watson birdied three of the first eight holes, and conjured another from desert scrub at the 17th, to seize a two-shot lead in Saturday`s third round of the Phoenix Open in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Jones and Watson share early lead in Phoenix

Australian journeyman Matt Jones, bidding for his first PGA Tour title, made the most of his local knowledge to charge into an early tie for the lead in Friday`s second round of the Phoenix Open in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Yang sets early pace in Phoenix, Mickelson seven back

South Korean Yang Yong-eun birdied six of his last nine holes to surge into an early one-shot lead in the Phoenix Open first round while Phil Mickelson launched his title defence with a level-par 71 in Scottsdale, Arizona on Thursday.

Harrington seeks to end title drought in 2014

Three-time major champion Padraig Harrington is optimistic that 2014 could see him end a lengthy victory drought, preferably in time to secure his Masters berth.

Mickelson to shake off back pain, defend Phoenix Open title

Phil Mickelson, who was recently diagnosed with locked facet joints in his lower back, said on Wednesday he will defend his title at this week`s Phoenix Open.

After cricket and tennis, Gangnam style fever hits golf

Cricket and tennis have already had their Gangnam Style moments but the viral South Korean dance style has now conquered the green of golf as well.