You can't win the Masters if you're not in the field. That's part of the reason the Arnold Palmer Invitational looks so intriguing, as many top names on the leaderboard haven't qualified for Augusta yet, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
Arnold Palmer is not sure how bad Tiger Woods' back problem is, but he's not ready to say it or any other age-related issues will be enough to keep the game's No. 1-ranked player from pursuing Jack Nicklaus' major championship record.
The cost Tiger Woods might have paid by finishing Sunday's Honda Classic with back spasms might never be known. If it would have kept him from preparing for the majors, the price would have been too steep, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
In his first trip to India, Tiger Woods took the country by storm and felt an overwhelming sense of excitement about golf in a soccer- and cricket-crazed nation. Apparently, the feeling was mutual, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.