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How Tiger Woods had embraced his second act and fallen in love with golf again

Tiger Woods had found joy again in golf. Now, we wait to see what, if anything, comes next.

What we know about Tiger Woods' crash, condition and what happens next

Tiger Woods was in a serious one-car accident on Tuesday and suffered significant leg injuries. Here is the latest.

Weir leads by 2 at Cologuard Classic; Phil 9 back

Mike Weir shot a 5-under 67 to build a 2-shot lead in the Cologuard Classic on Saturday, leaving Phil Mickelson with a lot of ground to make up to win his third straight PGA Tour Champions start.

Local favorite Campos tied for lead in Puerto Rico

Rafael Campos took a share of the lead Saturday in the PGA Tour's Puerto Rico Open, shooting a 5-under 67 at windy Grand Reserve.

Morikawa stumbles late, still up 2 in Workday

Collin Morikawa started hot with seven birdies in an eight-hole stretch, but two late bogeys cut his lead down to 2 shots Saturday at the Workday Open.

N. Korda leads LPGA event; Sorenstam (79) last

Nelly Korda, whose sister Jessica won the first LPGA Tour event of the season, is leading the Gainbridge LPGA after shooting a 4-under 68 on Saturday.

Tiger 'in good spirits' after follow-up procedures

Tiger Woods had "successful" follow-up procedures on his injuries Friday morning, according to a statement posted on his Twitter account.

Mickelson in mix for 3rd straight Champions win

Phil Mickelson's mud birdie highlighted a 3-under 70 at the Cologuard Classic on Friday, putting him in contention for a third straight victory to open his PGA Tour Champions career.

Sorenstam makes LPGA cut in first start since '08

Annika Sorenstam, who is making a one-time appearance because the LPGA Tour is at her home course, made the cut after a 1-under 71 on Friday in the Gainbridge LPGA.

How we got here: The Tiger Woods timeline

Since the mid-2000s, Tiger Woods' life and career have been a string of ups and downs, injuries and victories.

Tiger Woods gets a sand art tribute at St. Andrews

A caddie and artist created an amazing tribute to Tiger Woods in the sands of St. Andrews.

Late string of birdies gives Koepka WGC lead

A late string of birdies propelled Brooks Koepka to a one-shot lead Friday in the Workday Championship.

Wu takes 1-shot lead at windy Puerto Rico Open

Brandon Wu played the back nine in 4 under at windy Grand Reserve and leads the PGA Tour's Puerto Rico Open by a stroke over Greg Chalmers entering the weekend.

Tiger transferred to Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles

Tiger Woods was moved from from Harbor-UCLA Medical Center to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, according to a statement released on Thursday.

Sorenstam shoots 75 at Gainbridge, 10 off lead

Annika Sorenstam shot a 3-over 75 in the first round of the LPGA Gainbridge on Thursday.

Simpson, Fitzpatrick set WGC pace; DJ struggles

Webb Simpson and Matthew Fitzpatrick shared the lead Thursday in the Workday Championship on a day when Dustin Johnson and Bryson DeChambeau struggled.

Gainey (65) leads after 1st round in Puerto Rico

Tommy Gainey birdied five of the last seven holes for a 7-under 65 and the first-round lead Thursday at the Puerto Rico Open.

Sorenstam 'thrilled' about brief LPGA appearance

"This is not a comeback. It's an appearance. And I'm just thrilled about that," Annika Sorenstam said Wednesday about her participation in this week's Gainbridge LPGA.

Tour boss: Support for Tiger, not golf, is No. 1

PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan "was up all last night" after hearing Tiger Woods suffered significant injuries in a car crash and said support for the golfer is most important. "When Tiger wants to talk about golf, we'll talk about golf," Monahan said.

Sheriff: Tiger not drunk, crash 'purely' accident

The Los Angeles County sheriff says Tiger Woods was "not drunk" during the rollover that seriously injured the golf superstar Tuesday, saying the single-vehicle crash was "purely an accident."