One eye-popping statistic summed up a wonderfully encouraging week for Tiger Woods in his comeback event at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas. Not only did he complete 72 holes Sunday with nothing approaching a wince or a grimace — well, not on account of any back problems, anyway — he did so having notched more birdies, 24, than
Sunshine Tour Order of Merit leader Brandon Stone sensationally eagled Leopard Creek’s treacherous par-5 18th hole to grab the lead at the Alfred Dunhill Championship.
Tiger Woods made a positive start to his first competitive round in nearly 16 months when he parred his opening hole at the Hero World Challenge.
Charl Schwartzel is hunting down the Big Five at Leopard Creek – a record five wins in the Alfred Dunhill Championship on this magnificent golf course.
The biggest worry for Tiger Woods as he returns to competitive golf after a layoff of nearly 16 months is how he will handle the adrenaline rush of facing rivals.
Tiger Woods is counting down the minutes to his competitive comeback at this week’s Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas.
Matthew Fitzpatrick birdied the last hole to beat compatriot Tyrrell Hatton by one shot to win the $8m DP World Tour Championship.
Fabrizio Zanotti broke a 35-year drought shooting the first ever hole-in-one at the Nedbank Golf Challenge at Sun City.