- Tiger shoots career-worst 82, misses cut
- Rory surges to 1-shot lead in Dubai | Scores
- Tiger salvages 2 over at Phoenix | O'Connor
- Heckling of Allenby minimal in Phoenix return
- Qualifier Jang on top in LPGA opener | Scores
- You're fired: Mickelson done with interim job
- Woods to team up with Kuchar in Mexico
- If you're not first: Rory tired of runner-up run
- Toothache: Tiger explains camera incident
- Open Championship winner Nagle dies at 94
- Wie focused on health, improvement in 2015
- Tiger: I'm driving ball like I did 15 years ago
- Man dies of heart attack before Dubai pro-am
- RBC Heritage host course to be renovated
- Bob Harig retweeted
- ESPN Golf retweeted
- Andres Gonzales retweeted
- Billy Horschel retweeted
- Josh Teater retweeted
- Josh Teater retweeted
- USGA retweeted
- Karen Stupples retweeted
- Rickie Fowler retweeted
- Brittany Lincicome retweeted
GOLF PHOTO GALLERIES
SCOTTSDALE, AZ - JANUARY 30: K.J. Choi of South Korea shakes hands with Derek Ernst following their second round of the ...
Tiger's Inner Battle
Tiger Woods' most dangerous foe right now? That would be Tiger Woods.
Tiger's First Hole-In-One
Of the many aces Tiger Woods made throughout his golfing life, one that he will never forget came at the tender age of eight.
|1||Jimmy Walker (USA)||6||$2,110,607|
|2||Bubba Watson (USA)||4||$1,672,500|
|3||Robert Streb (USA)||8||$1,572,408|
|4||Sang-Moon Bae (KOR)||6||$1,571,967|
|5||Charley Hoffman (USA)||7||$1,568,475|
|6||Patrick Reed (USA)||6||$1,525,370|
|7||Ryan Moore (USA)||6||$1,408,500|
|8||Ben Martin (USA)||8||$1,372,801|
|9||Bill Haas (USA)||4||$1,122,060|
|10||Jordan Spieth (USA)||3||$1,061,500|
Play Podcast Two-time Masters champion Bubba Watson talks about the Phoenix Open, how his life has changed since winning his second Masters title and his pick to win Super Bowl XLIX.
Play Podcast Former president Bill Clinton comments on his favorite teams that visited the White House during his time in office, playing golf with Jack Nicklaus and the College Football Playoff.
Play Podcast Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith debate if starting Hoyer over Manziel is the right decision. Plus they wonder if Tiger Woods is really back.
Waste Management Phoenix Open - IN PROGRESS
TPC Scottsdale, Scottsdale, AZ - 1/29/2015
- Par: 35-36--71 Yards: 7,266 Purse: $6,300,000
- Def. Champ: Kevin Stadler - USA, 268 (16-under)