Tiger Woods made sure there wouldn’t be another Sunday off on the PGA Tour. After surviving the 36-hole cut, Woods posted a 5-under 65 in the third round of the Honda Classic to climb within shouting distance of leader Rory McIlroy before he teed off.
Never one to hang his head and throw in the towel, Tiger Woods refused to go quietly Friday en route to a difficult second-round 69 that lifted him past the cut at the Honda Classic on PGA Tour.
Tiger Woods' putter was colder than the polar vortex wreaking havoc on much of the United States. He missed four birdie putts within 20 feet on his first four holes and opened with eight consecutive pars.
While traditionally playing both Doral and Bay Hill before the Masters, Tiger Woods has added the Honda Classic this year and hinted that he might add one more tournament before his date with Augusta National.
The tournament that spawned the Champions Tour will gain a new title sponsor in becoming the Big Cedar Lodge Legends of Golf – and make history as the first PGA Tour-sanctioned event to use a par-3 course in official competition.
The Honda Classic is down to seven of the top nine golfers in the world after Justin Rose withdrew from the tournament this morning to care for tendinitis in his shoulder.
Wiliam McGirt has shot to the top of the leaderboard during the third round of the Northern Trust Open. He is looking for his first PGA Tour victory.
On Valentine’s Day, the field at Riviera Country Club swooned over the gorgeous weather and the firm, fast conditions while Sang-Moon Bae took the lead at the halfway point of the Northern Trust Open.
While the stat sheet showed 30 putts from Dustin Johnson in the first round at the Northern Trust Open, the more important statistic was his strokes-gained putting – which isn't as complicated as it sounds.
After a quadruple-bogey to start his day, Scott Verplank withdrew from the Northern Trust Open citing a bad back, not to mention being 10 over in the opening round.