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  • Loud cheers accompanied every shot hit by 42-year-old former world number one Woods, who was looking to complete what would be regarded as one of sport's greatest comebacks, 10 years after his last major victory at the 2008 US Open.

    American Brooks Koepka won his second major of 2018 by seeing off a resurgent Tiger Woods to claim the US PGA Championship on a compelling final day.

  • “Any time you have moments where you’re able to do something that is bigger than us as an individual, it’s so much more meaningful and so much more special,” he said.

    The emotions poured out of Tiger Woods, just like they did at Augusta National in the spring, except this felt different.

  • Tiger Woods rallied to win the Masters for the fifth time Sunday, a comeback that goes well beyond the two-shot deficit he erased before a delirious audience ...

    Fallen hero, crippled star, and now a Masters champion again.

  • "I can still manage my way around the golf course," Woods said. "I know how to play. I was able to do that this week."

    Tiger Woods shrugged off an early bogey Monday to win the Zozo Championship and tie Sam Snead's PGA Tour record of 82 victories.

  • Now, the bigger question of “What’s next for Tiger?” awaits. The quick answer is the Ryder Cup this week in Paris. But the larger response may not come until next April at Augusta.

    Tiger Woods turned East Lake into a time capsule Sunday, winning his first PGA Tour event in more than five years with a two-shot victory in the Tour Championship.

  • Woods, who had not clinched a major title in over 10 years, won by just one stroke on a day filled with wild swings on the leader board.

     World leaders and some of the most decorated sports figures alike flooded social media on Sunday to congratulate American Tiger Woods after he clinched his fifth Masters title.

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