Tiger Woods is hitting full shots on the range, more than two months after playing his last competitive round at the PGA Championship.
Tiger Woods' agent said Monday that Woods has not been ruled out of the PGA Championship this week at Valhalla, despite his withdrawal from the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational with a back injury.
Tiger Woods will return next week at the PGA Tour event near Washington, D.C., 12 weeks after having surgery on his back.
Tiger Woods wasn't watching the U.S. Open on Sunday. Instead, he was hitting full shots, including his driver, according to a report.
His back permitting, Tiger Woods will team with Matt Kuchar in a new team event to be played in Argentina in late October, agent Mark Steinberg confirmed Wednesday.
Tiger Woods has progressed to the point of "light" chipping and putting and there have been "zero" setbacks or complications since back surgery was performed on March 31, according to the golfer's agent, Mark Steinberg.
Tiger Woods may team with Matt Kuchar for the United States as part of a new team event to be played in Argentina this fall, according to several Spanish-language news outlets in South America.
After several days of treatment for back spasms, Tiger Woods intends to compete in the WGC-Cadillac Championship at Doral beginning Thursday.
Tiger Woods' status for this week's WGC-Cadillac Championship at Doral is uncertain after he had to withdraw from the Honda Classic on Sunday with back spasms.
A Golf.com story in which analyst Brandel Chamblee insinuates that Tiger Woods' high-profile rules violations this year constituted cheating has the golfer's agent considering a lawsuit.
Tiger Woods has signed a new endorsement deal with Nike that will take the place of a contract set to expire this year.
Tiger Woods is close to signing a new deal with his longtime equipment and apparel sponsor Nike that will "emphatically" keep him as golf's top-paid endorser, according to his agent, Mark Steinberg.
Tiger Woods' agent, Mark Steinberg, comments on Woods' penalty at the Masters.
If the details can be worked out, Tiger Woods is likely to play in Dubai next year after defending his title in California at the Farmers Insurance Open.
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