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Tiger's back again ... but is he really ready?

He's back on the course for the first time in two months. He has been busy with business and watching tennis. So the question looms again: Are his game and body up to this?



Yang, Hataoka share first-round lead in Shanghai

Amy Yang and Nasa Hataoka shared the lead at 5-under 67 after the first round of the Buick LPGA Shanghai on Thursday.



Day two shots back as he looks to impress Els

Jason Day's attempt to impress International team captain Ernie Els for a spot at the Presidents Cup took a positive turn on Thursday when the Australian shot a 6-under 66 to sit two strokes off the lead after the opening round of the CJ Cup.



Alfredsson wins Senior LPGA for major sweep

Helen Alfredsson added the Senior LPGA Championship to her U.S. Senior Women's Open title, rallying Wednesday at cold and windy French Lick Resort to sweep the two major championships of the season.



Mickelson: Not deserving of Presidents Cup pick

Phil Mickelson said he doesn't expect an at-large pick from U.S. Presidents Cup team captain Tiger Woods and that there are "a lot of better options for the U.S. side."



Golfer, unaware of rule, gets 58 penalty strokes

Golfer Lee Ann Walker, unaware that caddies can no longer stand behind players as they putt, had to add 58 penalty strokes to her first two rounds at the Senior LPGA Championship.



No. 1 Koepka doesn't view No. 2 McIlroy as rival

Brooks Koepka said he doesn't consider Rory McIlroy to be a rival, saying the Northern Irishman "hasn't won a major since I've been on the PGA Tour."



Spieth returning from break, eyes end to drought

Jordan Spieth, who hasn't won in 54 events since The Open in 2017, is hoping "to be more consistent this year" as he returns from an extended break at the CJ Cup in South Korea.



A not-so-surprising weak field in Houston and other big things in golf

It was bound to happen -- a field without big names. It happened in Houston. But now, the big names head on the Asian swing, Tiger returns, Phil tries to avoid a big drop and more.



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.



Coetzee and Fox tie at French Open day one

Coetzee and Fox tie at day one of the Open de France



Tiger Woods writing first memoir, titled 'Back'

Tiger Woods' personal memoir, to be titled "Back," is in the works, he announced Tuesday.



Stenson, Sorenstam to host mixed tournament

Henrik Stenson and Annika Sorenstam will host a new tournament in Sweden next year with men and women facing off on the same course for a single trophy and prize fund, organisers announced on Monday.



Griffin saves par on last hole, wins Houston Open

Lanto Griffin won the Houston Open on Sunday, securing a spot in the Masters next year.



Kelly rallies for 3rd Champions win of year

Jerry Kelly closed with a 7-under 65 and won the SAS Championship on Sunday, allowing him to close the gap in the Charles Schwab Cup as the PGA Tour Champions heads into its postseason.



Wiesberger wins Italian Open after strong finish

Bernd Wiesberger moved atop the Race to Dubai rankings by winning the Italian Open on Sunday for his second Rolex Series victory of the year.



Griffin leads Houston Open after strong third round

Buoyed by a recent conversation with Greg Norman, Lanto Griffin has elevated his game and holds a one-stroke lead over Mark Hubbard after three rounds of the Houston Open.



Barron, Austin tied for lead on Champions Tour

Woody Austin birdied his last two holes Saturday for another 5-under 67 that moved him into a share of the lead with Doug Barron going into the final round of the SAS Championship on the PGA Tour Champions.



Fitzpatrick holds one-shot lead at Italian Open

England's Matthew Fitzpatrick carded a 68 to hold his one-shot lead going into the final day at the Italian Open in Rome.



On call for first child, Malnati leads in Houston

Expectant father Peter Malnati started strong and shot 7-under 65 on Friday to lead at the Houston Open after morning rain and lightning prevented the second round from being completed.



Barron leads after first round of Champions Tour

Doug Barron held on to a one-shot lead over Woody Austin on Friday after ending the opening round with three bogeys over his last four holes.