Woods (66) fist-pumping, smiling, in the WGC mix
Nobody bounces back like Tiger Woods, as evidenced by his 6-under 66 Saturday at the WGC-Cadillac.
The science behind Tiger Woods' back spasms
To be technically correct, the back spasms that prompted Tiger Woods to withdraw from last week’s Honda Classic were the result of an issue born from troubles with the world No. 1’s thoracolumbar fascia.
Add de Jonge to the list of injured this week at Doral
The PGA Tour fitness trailer at Doral has been a busy spot this week. Add Brendon de Jonge to that list of the walking wounded.
Newcomers are making winning on Tour harder
Each season seems to bring a new crop of younger players who have a lot of game and no fear, which makes winning on Tour extremely difficult.
Woods getting constant treatment to play this week
Tiger Woods’ days since he withdrew from the Honda Classic through 13 holes of the final round have been predictably busy.
Matsuyama apologized to Poulter before Saturday's round
Before his round on Saturday at the WGC-Cadillac Championship Hideki Matsuyama sought out Ian Poulter, Charl Schwartzel and Jason Dufner to apologize for damaging the 13th green with his putter.
D. Johnson, Kuchar among four players under par at Doral
Dustin Johnson, Patrick Reed, Hunter Mahan and Matt Kuchar combined to post scores of 9-over par Friday – and ended the day as the four WGC-Cadillac Championship co-leaders.
Wind, setup make for a wild, wet day at Doral
High winds and firm turf fed more than 100 balls into the drink and no one broke 70 on a brutal day at The Donald's redesigned Doral.
Back still bothering Woods despite 66 in Round 3
Tiger Woods might have appeared completely healthy Saturday, but he maintained that ailing back remains an issue.
After Further Review: WGC-Cadillac Championship
Our writers sound off on Patrick Reed's claim that he is one of the top five players in the world.