Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Padraig Harrington and Adam Scott are among those not at Kapalua for this week's season-opener, which is not quite what Tim Finchem had in mind.
With a milestone victory, reinvented Hall of Famer Vijay Singh has started another run at the No. 1 ranking, writes Tim Rosaforte.
Brad Faxon, Olin Browne and Mark Calcavecchia have proven age doesn't matter when it comes to winning, writes Tim Rosaforte.
The majors are over, but as Golf World's Tim Rosaforte writes, there are still four compelling questions on the PGA Tour this season.
Tiger Woods and Vijay Singh are bitter rivals inside the ropes. And both are at the top of their games entering the year's final major.
They're still the Big Five, but Woods, Singh, Els, Mickelson and Goosen have some questions to answer at St. Andrews.
If other players lost the way Vijay Singh did the past two weeks, they'd be devastated. Singh just keeps on going.
Vijay Singh, Tiger Woods, Ernie Els, Phil Mickelson and Retief Goosen comprise the Big Five, but each has a question to answer.
Different season, same result. Vijay Singh picked up where he left off at the Sony Open.
Hall of Famer Tom Kite will once again be PGA Tour member Tom Kite by using a special exemption in '05.
With everything on the PGA Tour already decided -- and won by Vijay Singh -- a few guys named Tiger, Phil and Ernie look to win at East Lake.
Tiger Woods tied the knot, but Vijay Singh and Ernie Els are wedded to each other at the top of the rankings.
With a win at the Deutsche Bank, Vijay Singh would not only lock up Player of the Year, but he'd take over as the world's No.1-ranked golfer.
As he showed at the PGA, Vijay Singh -- not Tiger Woods -- is now the best golfer in the world.
Move over Tiger, Ernie, Vijay and Phil -- Retief Goosen turns the Big Four into the Big Five.
Singh and Mickelson take over the show, as Woods waits and Els rests.