Golf is starting to feel easy again for Rory McIlroy, who bounced back from a sloppy start Friday in the Honda Classic for a 4-under 66 that gave him his first 36-hole lead on the PGA Tour in 18 months.
On the course where Rory McIlroy first rose to No. 1, he looked as if he might be headed in that direction again.
Fresh off another win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational on Monday, Tiger Woods has vaulted to the top of the world rankings and become the favorite at the annual Masters Tournament.
Tiger Woods is back on the top of the sports world with a game that is taking a bite out of opponents all over the globe.
Tiger Woods was starting to pull away with six birdies over a span of eight holes. Phil Mickelson, on the other side of the golf course, caught up to Woods briefly when he started his second nine with four birdies in five holes.
Tiger Woods stormed to the front of the leaderboard at the Cadillac Championship Thursday managing to hit nine birdies during his first 18 holes of golf at the tournament.
With so much talk about quitting in the middle of a round, Tiger Woods brings his own perspective. If he had not walked off the course in the middle of the final round at Doral last year, he might not have gone on to win three times on the PGA Tour.
The last time Rory McIlroy was on the golf course, he walked off the course mid-round and quit. If he was hoping to avoid the attention at the Cadillac Championship this week, the first-round pairings didn’t help him at all.
The world’s number one ranked golfer in the world walked off the course Friday morning at the Honda Classic leaving everyone wondering what had happened to the young golfing superstar.
Bubba Watson wins the Masters, beating Louis Oosthuizen on the second hole of a playoff.