Tiger Woods, in search of his fourth Claret Jug this week, looks well suited to put the "is he back" talk completely to rest with a victory at Royal Lytham, writes ESPN.com's Gene Wojciechowski.
A Tiger win at the Open Championship would be a stunner, but if he doesn't pull it off, it's not an apocalyptic moment, either, writes ESPN.com's Gene Wojciechowski.
Tiger's not playing, so we should just skip the Masters, right? No way, says Gene Wojciechowski, who shares 20 reasons Augusta National continues to grab our attention every year.
With a nod to Father Time, Tiger Woods' decision to undergo back surgery shows he is starting to accept medical realities, which wasn't always the case, writes ESPN.com's Gene Wojciechowski.
Two things were certain with Tiger on Sunday at Doral: First, he carded his worst career round on the course and, second, his back pain will be a recurring question for the foreseeable future, writes ESPN.com's Gene Wojciechowski.
Tiger Woods ready to bring focus back to his game at the Memorial, writes Gene Wojciechowski.
If you watched him Saturday, you saw a Tiger Woods that is healthy, happy and hyped to win this tournament for an eighth time, ESPN.com's Gene Wojciechowski writes.
If Tiger Woods scribbled down his feelings about his first week back in golf at the Masters, what might they be? Here's one possibility, writes ESPN.com's Gene Wojciechowski.
That's one small step for Tiger Woods. But even after Monday's news conference at Augusta, he still has light years left before he's leaped back into our trust, writes ESPN.com's Gene Wojciechowski.
Like a good whodunit, Tiger Woods has us turning the pages of the PGA Tour schedule for clues about his return to golf. And that isn't a bad thing if it means he's taking care of himself.
Tiger Woods is six back. He has never rallied in a major. So what. Don't bet against him Sunday.