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Tiger Woods defeated Richard Sterne, 1 up, in Sunday singles to give the U.S. squad the 18 points needed to retain the Presidents Cup.
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Tiger Woods lost to Rory McIlroy (otherwise winless in 2013) in the 18-hole exhibition at Mission Hills in China, then opted not to play the WGC-HSBC in nearby Shanghai.
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Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee wrote for Golf.com that Tiger Woods was 'a little cavalier with the rules' in 2013, which resulted in a media frenzy lasting weeks.
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Let's face it - Tiger Woods' on-course performance was stellar in 2013.
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A harmless slip, but Tiger Woods mistakenly said he won Jack's tournament in 2013. He didn't. Unless by 'win' he means 'finished T-65.'
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Tiger Woods isn't getting any younger, and he certainly didn't get any closer to Jack's record this year.
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Tiger Woods had fallen as low as 58 in the official world ranking. With his victory at Bay Hill, he regained the No. 1 ranking.
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Sergio Garcia blamed Tiger Woods for pulling a club - causing the crowd to loudly cheer - in the middle of his backswing. The back-and-forth jabs got pettier as the days went on.
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In his first start of the year, Tiger Woods took what he thought was proper relief from a sandy area. He was docked a two-stroke penalty and missed the cut by one.
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In the second round of the WGC-Bridgestone, Tiger Woods was on fire at Firestone and on 59 watch. He eventually settled on tying his career-best with a 61.
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On Saturday at the Memorial (an event Tiger Woods has won five times), Woods posted a third-round 79 that inlcuded a first-nine stretch of 44 - the worst nine-hole total of his professional career.
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Tiger Woods' 13-over 293 at Merion was his worst 72-hole total at a U.S. Open and any major as a professional.
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Looking like the Tiger Woods of old, he lapped the field at the WGC-Bridgestone and won in dominating fashion.
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Tiger Woods is the king of catch phrases and the one he latched onto this year? "I couldn't get the speed of the greens."
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In a survey conducted by Nielsen/E-Poll and published by Forbes magazine, Woods came in third on the list of America's "most disliked athletes."
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After his private life fell apart in 2009, Tiger Woods and girlfriend Lindsey Vonn made their relationship public in March and Vonn has been seen toting Woods' kids around at tournaments.
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After battling back pain all week at The Barclays, Tiger Woods dropped to all fours Sunday in the middle of the 14th fairway. He went on to finish runner-up.
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Tiger Woods reportedly embarrassed girlfriend Lindsey Vonn after getting tipsy at Met Gala after-parties. Goofy pictures and reports of Woods falling down circulated the day after.
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No surprise here, but Tiger Woods signed a new Nike contract this year. Financial terms and duration of the new deal were not disclosed.
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Tiger Woods withdrew from his own tournament - the AT&T National - citing a strained elbow, opting to rest for three weeks in advance of the Open Championship.
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While Tiger Woods was working hard to repair his personal image this year, his professional image took a hit when he took an improper drop at the Masters.
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Tiger Woods returned to No. 1 on Forbes’ list of the world’s highest-paid athletes, a position he held from 2001 to 2012. Last year, Woods was supplanted by boxer Floyd Mayweather.
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Tiger Woods hooked a fairway wood into the hazard lining the left side of the 14th fairway Sunday at TPC Sawgrass. He took what some believed to be a very favorable drop en route to his eventual victory.
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At the third event in the FedEx Cup Playoffs, video of Tiger Woods showed he moved his ball while removing loose impediments. When approached about it later, he maintained it merely oscillated. He was assessed a two-shot penalty.
Image of Bryson DeChambeau and how his body has transformed, through the years, from an NCAA champion to becoming a multiple PGA Tour winner.
Here's a look at some of the best photos of the Match II with Tiger Woods, Peyton Manning, Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady from Medalist Golf Club.
A look at some of the best photos from the TaylorMade Driving Relief, won by the team of Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson.