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Leaderboard: Tiger back in action at Hero World Challenge


For Tiger Woods, these two weeks are no easy task

Playing consecutive weeks isn't a big deal for most on tour. For Tiger, as he gets set for a back-to-back, it's always an uneasy process.

Reed builds 3-shot Bahamas lead as Tiger rallies

Patrick Reed took advantage of muted winds at the Hero World Challenge, making six birdies over his last 10 holes for a 6-under 66 that gave him a three-shot lead. Tiger Woods kept a clean card to match Reed's 66 and remain six shots behind.

Tiger rebounds in Bahamas, tied for fifth place

After an opening-round 72, Tiger Woods shot a 6-under 66 in the second round of the Hero World Challenge to climb into a tie for fifth place

Amateurs lead Australian Open after 1st round

World No. 1-ranked amateur Takumi Kanaya birdied his final two holes Thursday for a 6-under 65 and a tie for the first-round lead with fellow Asian amateur Chun An Yu of Taiwan.

Tiger struggles late, settles for 72 at Hero World

A five-hole stretch in 5 under par got Tiger Woods in contention in the opening round of the Hero World Challenge before a rough final two holes left him at even-par 72 on Wednesday.

Aussie Open officials eye threat of smoke haze

Adam Scott, Sergio Garcia, Ernie Els and other players at this week's Australian Open could have another course hazard to contend with: smoke from nearby bushfires.

Tiger again shuns millions, declines Saudi event

Tiger Woods has again declined a hefty appearance fee -- in the neighborhood of $3 million -- to play in the Saudi International tournament on the European Tour. "I just don't want to go over there," he told ESPN. "It's a long way."

Phoenix 'disappointed' by Mickelson's Saudi swap

Phoenix Open chairman Tim Woods said he's not concerned about a "mass exodus" of tour players following Phil Mickelson and Tony Finau to the Saudi Invitational on the same date as his popular Arizona event.

Patrick Reed, the Presidents Cup and the next step in Team USA drama

Instead of punishing Patrick Reed for his Ryder Cup behavior, Tiger Woods opted to pick him for the Presidents Cup. It is the first step in Reed's international healing process.

Tiger Woods and the wild decade since the fire hydrant

On Nov. 27, 2009, Tiger Woods ran into a fire hydrant. That was just the beginning of a decade in which so much -- good, bad and ugly -- enveloped his life.

Inside look at every one of Tiger Woods' 82 PGA Tour victories

The number can be so overwhelming that you might have forgotten some of Tiger's 82 wins, a total that ties Sam Snead's all-time record. We relive every single one.

Way-Too-Early 2020 major championship winners

Why wait? We predict the major winners for 2020. You'll see a lot of Brooks Koepka and Rory McIlroy and, yes, even an appearance from Tiger Woods.

Tiger Woods outdrives Justin Thomas and lets him know about it

Tiger Woods didn't miss the chance to needle Justin Thomas a bit when Tiger saw just how far apart their drives were on Wednesday.

Spain's Rahm wins European Tour Golfer of Year

Spain's Jon Rahm was named the European Tour's Golfer of the Year.

Tiger finally watches Masters with caddie LaCava

Some six months after winning the Masters, Tiger Woods finally sat down with his caddie, Joe LaCava, to watch the final round and relive the tense moments leading to his 15th major title on April 14.

Mickelson to skip Phoenix for Saudi tournament

Phil Mickelson will bypass a staple of his annual schedule to play the Saudi International tournament on the European Tour.

Scott asks Australians not to cheer for Tiger, U.S.

Adam Scott said fans abroad have made the atmosphere too friendly for Americans at the Presidents Cup. "We don't have to cheer for them," he said.

Larrazabal clinches victory at Alfred Dunhill

Pablo Larrazabal won the Alfred Dunhill Championship Sunday despite losing a three-shot overnight lead

DJ pulls from event to prepare for President's Cup

Dustin Johnson, who had knee surgery in September, has withdrawn from next week's Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas so he can continue to prepare for the Presidents Cup.