ESPN golf analyst Andy North gives his take on just how impressive Tiger Woods' win at the U.S. Open was, and what the world's No. 1 player will face to get back on the course.
The 2003 winners get a leg up on the rest of the Tour at the season-opening Mercedes Championships.
For all that Tom Watson and Bruce Edwards accomplished at the U.S. Open and in their fight for an ALS cure, how could they not be the story of the year?
After Tiger and Ernie played three incredible playoff holes to a tie, the captains made the right move by stepping in.
For the first time in the Tiger Woods era, the Tour Championship actually means something this year.
The Player of the Year race is anyone's to win down the stretch, which makes these next few weeks an exciting time to be a golf fan.
Augusta is a course where it's important to be in the right places, and Tiger understands that better than anyone.
Andy North discusses the uniqueness of The Masters, the keys to the course and how rain changes things.
Tiger Woods may be seven strokes back, but the way he finished his second round leads me to expect big things.
Sawgrass is a course Tiger Woods can be beaten on this week, but that doesn't mean I'd bet against him.
Even though Tiger Woods (knee injury) and Phil Mickelson (vacation) are missing from this week's season-opening Mercedes Championships, I expect a competitive tournament from the rest of the 2002 winners.
Tiger Woods controlled the U.S. Open virtually from start to finish. It was another remarkable performance.