In his last two tournaments, Tiger Woods clearly struggled off the tee. After finding the fairway on 13 of 14 occasions Thursday during an opening-round 69 at the Memorial, Woods' driving game appears to be back on track, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
With one of the best short games in golf, Geoff Ogilvy again displayed his propensity to win the big events after capturing the WGC-Match Play on Sunday. So how is a top-10 player so often overshadowed, asks ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
Amid enormous galleries for a practice round before the WGC-Match Play, Tiger Woods jumped back inside the ropes Tuesday. Despite an eight-month hiatus, Woods' game looked as good as new, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.