Tiger Woods isn't the favorite to win the Masters 2011. That honor falls to Phil Mickelson. In fact, Tiger Woods may have peaked professionally. This week's Masters golf tournament may be the most critical test of Woods' golf career.
Phil Mickelson of the US hits his tee shot on the eighth hole during a practice round for the 2011 Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, on April 6.
Tiger Woods has been out of the game for so long, many are looking to see how he performs against Lee Westwood and Martin Kaymer in the Dubai Desert Classic. Tiger Woods tees off on Thursday.
Shaquille O'Neal, the newest member of the Boston Celtics, has announced that he's looking for a new nickname. If you think he's just 'Shaq,' you haven't been paying attention.
Tiger Woods ended up tied for 23rd while Louis Oosthuizen dominated all to win the British Open. The 7-shot victory was the most in an Open since Tiger Woods won by 8 shots 10 years ago.
Tiger Woods could manage only a second straight 73 on Saturday at the British Open.
Tiger Woods shot a five under 67 Thursday at St. Andrews, but Rory McIlroy tied an Open Championship scoring record with a nine under 63 to lead by two.
Tiger Woods had the most to gain by winning the US Open. But a US Open win would have been the first for Phil Mickelson. And for Ernie Els, a chance to stay relevant.
Graeme McDowell isn't a household name by any means. But Sunday's win at the U.S. Open puts him on the map.
Tiger Woods loses another major. After shooting a sizzling 66 on Saturday, Tiger Woods shoots 75 on Sunday.