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A year after he was uncertain about his future, Tiger Woods took a big first step at the Hero World Challenge in his long journey back. Read More
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According to CBS Dallas/Fort Worth, a Texas man has been hospitalized with a fractured skull after being attacked with a golf club.
Twenty full cards are up for grabs when LPGA Q-School begins this week in Daytona Beach, Fla.

Photos from the Tiger Woods' Hero World Challenge, where the 14-time major winner returns to action after 15 months off.

A year removed from one of the most memorable news conferences of Tiger Woods’ career, he admitted that he didn’t know if he’d ever play golf again.

The best social snapshots from around the golf world from the month of November.

A year ago, Tiger Woods sounded defeated. Tuesday, he sounded rejuvenated and ready for the future, whatever that might entail.
See what awaits the players at the Alfred Dunhill Championship for the European Tour's season-opener at Leopard Creek Country Club.
European Challenge Tour champion Jordan Smith looks back at a successful 2016 and ahead to the coming season on the European Tour.
Tiger Woods is still getting used to new equipment, but an old standard - that his son cannot touch - still applies.
Four-time Alfred Dunhill Championship winner Charl Schwartzel reflects on his dominance at Leopard Creek Country Club.
Tiger Woods said it was a difficult decision to not play the Safeway Open, but that it was the right decision to make.
This year at the Hero World Challenge, Tiger Woods' tune was more similar to the one we’ve heard for most of the last 20 years.
Watch the Tuesday news conference featuring tournament host Tiger Woods at the Hero World Challenge.
Tiger Woods explains that it is the competition itself that makes him tick.
Tiger Woods explains his love for playing in the Bahamas, and why he chose this location for his return to golf.
Tiger Woods reveals that it will take some time to get use his new adjustable equipment.
Tiger Woods reveals advice he has gotten from previous Ryder Cup captains about when to become a captain for the event.
Tiger Woods says it will depend on his back how much golf he will be able to play.

Tiger Woods explains the new configuration of equipment in his bag. He reveals there is some equipment in his home his son is not allowed to touch.

Tiger Woods explains that he will be able to keep his game going well into the future by changing and adapting.