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Tiger Woods edged out Steve Stricker by two strokes to win the WGC-Cadillac Championship with a 71 on Sunday. Woods now has two wins under his belt before the Masters.
NAPLES, Fla. — Hall of Fame, coach Mike Ditka, along with NFL greats, NBA and NHL players are scheduled to compete in the 14th annual Mike Ditka-Jim Hart Celebrity Golf Invitational that will take place at the Golf Club of the Everglades in Naples, Florida on April 6, 2013.... Read More
Tiger Woods first win of the year at Farmer’s Insurance Open has made him the only PGA Tour winner to ever win eight times at any course. On Sunday Woods made a remarkable recovery at the 11th hole getting out of the bunker to par the hole. However, Woods bogeyed the 14th and then hit a wayward tee shot on the 15th making things difficult for himself.
SAN DIEGO, CA. — All eyes were on Tiger Woods who made his 2013 PGA Tour season debut this week at Torrey Pines and he did not disappoint! Woods was off to a strong start completing his first round holes with a 4 under 68 on the difficult north course.
PFP Sports & Celebrity Talent Agency recently secured golfing great Tom Watson for a fundraising event in Chicago, Illinois.
Tom began the day by taking photos and answering questions from the VIP’s & sponsors. After lunch, he traveled the course taking photos with the participants and concluded the appearance with dinner and a speech, talking about his career and the 2009 British Open where, at nearly 60 years of age and 26 years after his last major championship victory, he lost in a four-hole playoff to Stewart Cink.
BETHESDA, Md. — In the final round of the 2012 AT&T National, Tiger Woods shot a final-round 69 to claim his 74th win on the PGA Tour on Sunday, July 1, at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland.
DUBLIN, OH — Tiger Woods is back! He just won the Memorial Tournament 2012 on Sunday, June 3, and tied Jack Nicklaus with 73 PGA tour wins. But it was his gutsy chip shot on the 16th hole that people will talk about for years.
Augusta, GA. – Bubba Watson won the Green Jacket on Easter Sunday beating out Louis Oosthuizen in a playoff to win the 2012 Masters, his first career major championship. Watson became the Masters Champion despite the fact that on the same day Louis Oosthuizen of South Africa made only the fourth double eagle in the 76-year history of this major.