Tiger Woods stretches as he walks up the 10th fairway during the third round of the Masters golf tournament in Augusta, Ga., Saturday.
Tiger Woods opened up in two interviews over the weekend. ESPN and the Golf Channel talked to the golf champ.
Masters Tournament: Tiger Woods's 'transgressions' won't overshadow his gains, a leading golf historian says, but coverage of them shows how the sport has changed.
For a paparazzi-hounded Tiger Woods, there couldn’t be a better place to return from scandal than the genteel and oh-so-private bastion of the Masters' Augusta National Golf Club.
Sources tell the Associated Press that Tiger Woods is likely to play at the Masters in Augusta.
Tiger Woods tees up his ball on the second hole during final round play of the Tournament Players Championship PGA golf tournament at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., May 9, 2010.
Tiger Woods car crash, photos of his damaged SUV, and rumors on the Internet are confronting the golfer with the sort of public-relations challenge that he has always been so adept at avoiding.
The president-elect, an avid basketball player, has a good jump shot. Bill Clinton was creative with his scoring on the golf course. Richard Nixon liked bowling, while Herbert Hoover was a fanatical trout fisherman.
Bob Wheeler, an ex-cop, taps local volunteers and union workers to helpmake the Juniata Golf Club green again. It's Philadelphia's tin-cupcourse.