Tiger Woods: A challenging start to the year
Tiger Woods competed in his first PGA Tour event last weekend in San Diego, but finished well back. Then, came word that an Arabian golf course project is now on hold. What else can go wrong for Tiger Woods?
You know, some days, it's tough to get out of bed. Some years seem to start slower than others.Skip to next paragraph
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Tiger Woods knows your pain.
Following a pair of pedestrian rounds of three under 69, Woods shot a two over par 74 on Saturday. Woods then proceeded to shoot a three over par 75 on Sunday. His playing partner in the final round hinted that Tiger 'mailed it in' when he realized a major move up the leaderboard wasn't happening.
Earlier this week, there was news that a Tiger Woods-designed golf course project in Dubai, worth a cool $1 billion, had been placed on hold.
Can't a guy catch a break?
Apparently, Tiger can. The '2011 Tiger Jam,' a concert that raises money for his charitable foundation, is back on this year, after a one-year hiatus. The location: Vegas, baby.