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If you care, Tiger Woods won't play the 2016 Masters

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Blogger’s note: Tiger Woods will not play the 2016 Masters (insert biggest sad face you can make here). The golf will be so good anyway, with the new first-name basis stars Jordan, Jason, Rory, Rickie and Bubba, that many won’t care about a fading legend’s absence.

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Jordan Spieth Watched a Lot of the Wyndham Championship "Because of Tiger"

Jordan Spieth, like a lot of other people, tuned in to watch some Tiger Woods’ golf at the Wyndham Championship. During his press conference at The Barclays, Spieth was asked whether or not he watched any of the Wyndham to see guys grinding to keep their seasons alive. 139 more words


Ron Sirak On The Performance By Tiger Woods At The Wyndham Championship

Ron Sirak is the Senior Writer for Golf Digest and a published author of many books on golf.

Ron joined Ed and Steve to talk about Tiger’s performance at the Wyndham Championship and if he is closer to returning to the top of his game. 145 more words


Tiger Woods Scores Big Ratings for CBS at Wyndham Championship

Without the presence of all of golf’s young stars, the Wyndham Championship’s TV ratings were sure to be a letdown, that is, until this guy named Tiger Woods committed to play in the tournament in an attempt to extend his season into the FedEx Cup playoffs. 294 more words


Highlights | Love conquers all at the Wyndham Championship

In the final round of the 2015 Wyndham Championship, Davis Love III fired off two eagles on the day en route to his 6-under 64 to become the third oldest player to win on the PGA TOUR and captures his 21st career victory.


Tiger Woods already has his off-season all planned out

Tiger Woods may have stumbled at times during his final round at the Wyndham Championship last week, but his T-10 finish was still his best of the season. 146 more words


Love Wins Wyndham; Tiger Struggles In Final Round

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GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) – Davis Love III won the Wyndham Championship on Sunday to become the third-oldest winner in PGA Tour history, while Tiger Woods’ season came to an abrupt end. 131 more words