Former world number one Tiger Woods will not play again this year after having back surgery for the second time in 18 months.
Tiger Woods continued his quest for a first title in two years with a 65 to share the halfway lead at the Wyndham Championship in North Carolina.
Tiger Woods says it is taking longer than expected to regain his best form.The former world number one and 14-time major winner has dropped to 266th in the rankings following back surgery and changes to his swing.
'It's tough to see your idol struggle,' says Jason Day as a reacquaintance with St Andrews fails to rejuvenate Tiger's failing game
World number one and defending champion Rory McIlroy is a doubt for the Open after totally rupturing an ankle ligament playing football with friends.The 2015 Open begins in nine days' time at St Andrews in Scotland.
Mithun Perera displayed the true spirit of being a leader when he shot five-under 67 at Karnataka Golf Association to ensure that his team, Navratna Ahmedabad defended its Louis Philippe title.
The latest indication that golf will survive and maybe even prosper without Tiger Woods as a leading contender arrived from the R&A this week.
Even after finishing with the worst 72-hole total of his PGA Tour career at last weekend’s Memorial Tournament, Tiger Woods insists he has been encouraged by the progress he has made with his revamped golf swing.