Where might we see Tiger next? Bob Harig examines the possibilities.
Will a victory at the Farmers Insurance Open be the one that propels Jason Day into golf's upper echelon?
Tiger Woods suffered another setback Thursday at the PGA Tour's Farmers Insurance Open, leaving midway through his round with an apparent injury.
The questions remain numerous for Tiger Woods as he is about to embark on his first tournament of 2015, coming off the worst year of his career, back problems being the main culprit.
With injuries keeping him off the course, Jason Dufner "didn't really have a choice" to change his lifestyle if he wanted to stay in golf, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
For Tiger, starting his 2015 at TPC Scottsdale might not be the ideal location, but that could help in the long run, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
Tiger Woods will make his 2015 debut at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, a tournament he has not played since 2001.
Tiger Woods is considering a return to the Phoenix Open, a tournament he has not played since 2001, although his agent said Wednesday that no decisions have been made.
A question about serving time in the South Korean military looms as Sang-Moon Bae prepares to play the winners-only Hyundai Tournament of Champions this week, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson and Adam Scott's anchored putting stroke all look to be major players in 2015. Those are just a few of ESPN.com's Bob Harig's burning questions for golf in 2015.
With so many issues up in the air about Tiger Woods, can the former world No. 1 get healthy -- and get his game in shape -- heading into 2015? ESPN.com's Bob Harig examines the possibilities.
Tiger Woods rebounded with a 70 in the second round of the Hero World Challenge but still is well off the pace at his annual charity tournament.
For the bulk of Tiger Woods' career, pro-am rounds have been more about obligation than preparation, a necessary part of a high-profile tour player's life on the eve of another tournament.
Tiger Woods has a new sponsor for his annual golf tournament and a new personal endorsement deal as well.
The Open Championship gets a new look ahead of St. Andrews.
With a shot at capping off a monumental season with a monstrous payday, 25-year-old Rory McIlroy couldn't get his game together Sunday at East Lake, ESPN.com's Bob Harig writes.