Tiger Woods makes a flying appearance in Melbourne as he prepares for the 2019 Presidents Cup.
- by Martin Blake
Tiger Woods risks coming last in his own tournament, trailing the field going into the final round of the star-studded Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas.
Tony Finau, Henrik Stenson and Jon Rahm share the lead going into the final round of the 18-man Hero World Challenge.
While Tiger Woods proved to himself his surgically-repaired body could handle a return to the PGA Tour, he also knows he played his best when he felt rested heading into the new season.
Woods says he is excited by the online endeavour, which he hopes will generate enthusiasm for the game among a new, younger audience.
- by Rory Carroll
Ernie Els is backing rival skipper Tiger Woods to muscle his way onto a star-studded American Presidents Cup team and wow fans as a playing captain when the event heads to Australia next year.
- by Evin Priest
Golf's first venture into pay-per-view was hyped like a Las Vegas prizefight but proved more of a pillow fight with both golfers in jovial mood, playing for a purse that will go to a charity of Mickelson's choice.
- by Frank Pingue
What once would have been considered a genuine heavyweight showdown between golf's star duo is now being seen as a grossly unnecessary event.
- by James Corrigan
The Australian veteran hasn't played competitively for six months due to arthritis in his back, but will return to the scene of his Australian Open triumph over Tiger Woods.
- by Adam Pengilly
The 14-time major winner will make his first trip to Australia in seven years in December.