It didn't feel like it Sunday, but Tiger Woods will win majors again, writes ESPN New York's Ian O'Connor.
Tiger Woods backed up his pre-Open talk with an opening-round 69. If he keeps this up, major win No. 15 remains a very real possibility, writes ESPNNewYork.com's Ian O'Connor.
Masters week is something special, but the absence of an injured Tiger Woods was truly felt at Augusta National, writes ESPN.com's Ian O'Connor.
Adam Scott played Round 1 of the Masters with the confidence of a defending champion, showing that he's the Tiger Woods of this year's tournament, writes ESPN.com's Ian O'Connor.
As their careers continue to be intertwined, mutual respect has become a common denominator between Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods, writes ESPN.com's Ian O'Connor.
Golf eventually gets in every player's head. Saturday, it hit Tiger Woods.
Rory McIlroy is unlikely to be the next Tiger Woods. But he can still beat him.
The budding friendship between Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy won't last.
He's on the list for player of the year, but Tiger Woods' season has still been lousy.
Could friendship and respect have cost Tiger Woods a shot at a 4th U.S. Open?
Big three at the U.S. Open? Tiger Woods is proving there's just a big one.
Some people think Tiger won't break the record for majors won. They're all wrong.
Arnold Palmer's collapse in the 1966 U.S. Open rivals any choke in golf history.
Tim Tebow on big stage is true 'winning' -- unless you like Sheen's America.
Hey, Jets: Don't make Tom Brady angry. You wouldn't like him when he's angry.
Tiger didn't win the Barclays, but he proved he belongs on the U.S. team.