Tiger Woods’s latest surgery is a chance to reflect on the fact that, before injury took its toll, he was way ahead of the curve in his chase of Jack Nicklaus’s record of 18 major championships. MailOnline
AUGUSTA, Ga. (Reuters) - Golfers from around the world teed up for the 81st U.S. Masters tournament this week, after six-time winner Jack Nicklaus took the opening ceremonial tee shot on Thursday. Reuters
The former world No. 1 has announced he will be out of action for up to six months following surgery to alleviate ongoing "back spasms and pain." Woods, 41, missed the recent Masters tournament and was.. Source: Wochit News -
CNN reports that Dustin Johnson has pulled out of the 2017 Masters after injuring his back in a fall on the eve of the tournament. The American slipped down stairs in his rental house in Augusta.. Source: Wochit News -
Three-time champion Phil Mickelson insists that his advancing years will prove an asset rather than a hindrance when he begins his latest Masters challenge on Thursday.
Mickelson, 46, stands to.. City A.M.
AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - Augusta National's notoriously difficult course will be even tougher to play because of a heavy rainstorm which is expected to hit the local area on Wednesday, six-time.. Reuters
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At 40, Henrik Stenson had almost reached that stage of being the best player around without a Major when the Swede went and banished that tag by winning the Open at Royal.. City A.M.
(Reuters) - While some pundits have questioned whether Tiger Woods will ever regain top form after being sidelined for 15 months due to back issues, Jack Nicklaus thinks he could compete at the highest.. Reuters
In Sun City the previous week a weary Henrik Stenson threatened to win the Nedbank Golf Challenge but fell short, and the Swede showed his class without quite firing on all cylinders again in Dubai at.. City A.M.
Tiger Woods says he still believes he will surpass the record 18 major titles won by Jack Nicklaus, even though the former world No 1 has been sidelined from competition for more than a year. MailOnline
(Reuters) - Tiger Woods says he still believes he will surpass the record 18 major titles won by Jack Nicklaus, even though the former world number one has been sidelined from competition for more than.. Reuters