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Tiger Watch: Woods Adds Dubai To Complete Busy Start To The Year

Last Updated on Monday, 09 January 2017 00:24 Monday, 09 January 2017 00:06

Tiger WoodsCanadian Press

KAPALUA, Hawaii (Doug Ferguson/AP) — After playing one tournament in 15 months, Tiger Woods feels good enough to schedule four events in five weeks that cover opposite sides of the country and the world.

Woods filled out the rest of his early schedule Thursday by saying he would return to the Omega Dubai Desert Classic.

He had not played since August 2015 while recovering from two back surgeries, returning last month in the Bahamas at the Hero World Challenge. Woods made 24 birdies in 72 holes, but he finished 15th in a 17-man field.

“I am working hard to sharpen my game for 2017, and my goal is simple: to win,” Woods said in a blog on his website.



Tiger Watch: Get Rich In 2017! Take Woods At 20-1 To Win The Masters

Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 January 2017 20:28 Tuesday, 03 January 2017 20:28

Tiger WoodsCanadian Press

(Jim Litke/AP) — The most important thing to know about the coming year in sports:

He gets another green jacket.

And you get rich taking the 20-1 odds Las Vegas bookmakers are laying on Tiger Woods to win the Masters. Things get interesting when you bump into Floyd “Money” Mayweather leaving the betting window.



Mayor Emanuel, Chicago Park District Announce Creation Of The Chicago Parks Golf Alliance

Last Updated on Monday, 26 December 2016 07:11 Monday, 26 December 2016 07:06

Chicago Parks Golf AllianceCHICAGO, Illinois — Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Chicago Park District General Superintendent and CEO Michael Kelly announced the creation of the Chicago Parks Golf Alliance (CPGA), a group to be led by Mark Rolfing, who will serve as the organization’s President and Founder. In partnership with the City and Park District, the CPGA aims to restore and improve the existing golf courses at Jackson Park and South Shore Golf Courses to create an economic and recreational asset for the South Side of Chicago.

“This is more than simply a unique opportunity to restore a historic public golf course, it’s a unique opportunity to drive resources and investments on the South Side,” said Mayor Emanuel. “And even with this restoration the course will remain a real community asset because we’re going to ensure that the neighborhood golfers who have been hitting the links here for years will be able to continue to access and enjoy it at a reduced rate.”



Tiger Watch: Woods Has Wild Week: White Santa Goatee, Golf With Trump

Last Updated on Monday, 26 December 2016 06:51 Monday, 26 December 2016 06:41

Mac Daddy SantaCanadian Press

WEST PALM BEACH, Florida (AP) — Tiger Woods is having quite the week.

First, he showed off a white goatee in a shirtless photo, saying it’s a Christmas tradition for his kids.



From The Fairway: Woods To Be Lead Designer For Chicago Golf Project

Last Updated on Monday, 19 December 2016 06:57 Monday, 19 December 2016 06:42

Tiger WoodsCanadian Press

CHICAGO, Illinois — Tiger Woods has reportedly agreed to be the lead golf course designer for a $30 million project on the South Side of Chicago that would give the area championship facilities with hopes of attracting a top-level PGA TOUR event.

The Chicago Tribune reported Friday that the renovation of Jackson Park and South Shore golf courses would include an 18-hole championship course, and either a short course or a par 3 course.

“This project can create incredible possibilities for the community on the South Side,” Woods said in a statement by TGR Design released to the newspaper. “We want to design a course that everyone will enjoy.”



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