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QUICK TAKE: Tiger Struggles in Return with Unattractive 76

QUICK TAKE: Tiger Struggles in Return with Unattractive 76

LA JOLLA, Calif. – Reality can have a nasty way of crashing the party. For all the anticipation and excitement surrounding Tiger Woods’ first competitive round on the PGA Tour in 17 months, a choppy, unattractive 4-over par 76 at Torrey Pines’ South Course was a rugged reminder of the…

QUICK TAKE: Tiger Conveys Uncertainty and Excitement View More
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QUICK TAKE: Tiger Conveys Uncertainty and Excitement

LA JOLLA, CA. – In many ways, it all seems so familiar. Tiger Woods at Torrey Pines. Eight wins here on the edge of the Pacific Ocean, nine if you count the World Junior title that Tiger counts. He fits the scenery here as naturally as the Torrey pines themselves….

BREAKING NEWS: Tiger Signs Equipment Deal With TaylorMade

BREAKING NEWS: Tiger Signs Equipment Deal With TaylorMade

ORLANDO – The 64th PGA Merchandise Show commenced with some fireworks. After TaylorMade golfers had a banner 2016 with Dustin Johnson winning the U.S. Open, Jason Day winning the Players Championship and Justin Rose winning an Olympic gold medal, the company has signed Tiger Woods to an endorsement deal. TaylorMade…

NEWS: Tiger Scheduled to Play Four Times in Five Weeks View More
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NEWS: Tiger Scheduled to Play Four Times in Five Weeks

After missing nearly all of 2016 due to injury, Tiger Woods is slated to return to some familiar venues this year. Woods has confirmed that he will make his 2017 debut Jan. 26-29 at the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines, a course where he has won eight times. The following…

Snedeker Waits Nearly 23 Hours, Wins At Torrey Pines View More
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Snedeker Waits Nearly 23 Hours, Wins At Torrey Pines

All Brandt Snedeker had to do Monday to win the Farmers Insurance Open was watch and wait. While the wind continued to blow and the damage from Sunday’s rugged storm was visible around Torrey Pines’ South Course, Snedeker effectively had won the tournament for the second time in four years…