Tiger Woods' toils go on but magical Masters moment of 1997 still resonates
The Guardian (blog)
Making his much anticipated professional bow in a major tournament, the 21‑year‑old Eldrick “Tiger” Woods had taken 40 strokes to complete the first half of his opening round, his imminent humiliation forcing its way to the top of the day's agenda.
Charles Johnson's back surgery similar to procedure on Tiger Woods
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Charles Johnson never claimed to be Tiger Woods during what has become his annual offseason golf tour, but the Carolina Panthers defensive end does have something in common with golf's former No. 1 player in the world: ...
Lessons learned from Tiger Woods in new book on 1997 Masters
The 1997 Masters Tournament was one of the most important 72 holes of golf played in history. A young Tiger Woods roared onto the scene to become the first black golfer, the first Asian golfer and the youngest golfer ever to win a green jacket. I was 8 ...
Alternative history: A look at Tiger's 79 PGA Tour victories... without Tiger Woods
As difficult as it is, imagine the PGA Tour over the last 20+ years without Tiger Woods. Assuming all tournaments ended the same, but without Woods and with everyone else moving up one position, we take a look at what the PGA Tour's "alternative ...