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Putting thwarts Tiger's charge

Tiger Woods charged Sunday like it was 2001, when he regularly dropped clutch putts and collected major titles. But this is not that Tiger. Despite posting a solid final-round 67 at Augusta National Golf Club, Woods extended his winless streak since November 2009. He finished in a tie for fourth at 10-under, four shots behind champion Charl Schwartzel.

Woods hasn't lost appeal to galleries

As Tiger Woods walked from the clubhouse to the first tee Saturday, it was the golfer, not the tabloid star, people noticed. As Woods pushed for a fifth Masters victory Saturday, he had hundreds of supporters rooting for his comeback story. His affairs and his broken marriage were not foremost in their conversations as they followed him from hole to hole.

McIlroy ready for breakthrough moment

AUGUSTA, Ga. - A second-round 66 heightened expectations that Tiger Woods was back on his game, on the verge of rekindling past glorious Masters moments. Sure enough, time did get turned back Saturday in the third round at Augusta National. It just wasn't Woods that made it happen.

Friday surge falls flat in Saturday 74

Tiger Woods watched in agony as his long birdie attempt at No. 5 stopped a dimple short of falling. This isn't 2005. On moving day, Tiger Woods made his move -- in the wrong direction. After climbing the leaderboard and surging into contention a day earlier, Woods might have played himself right out of the Masters Tournament with 74 in the third round.

Tiger finds game, and roars follow

It was a frustrating, wheel-spinning first nine for Tiger Woods on Friday at Augusta National Golf Club. "All I wanted to do was get to under par for the tournament," he said. Woods did much more than that. Beginning with a relatively modest two-putt birdie at the par-5 eighth hole, it quickly turned into vintage Tiger at Augusta.

Athletes on tour amazing to Tiger

It was perhaps inevitable, but golfers at the Masters Tournament are playing a game even Tiger Woods is not familiar with. "They are doing things no one has ever seen on tour before," Woods said of the newest breed of players, who are turning heads the way he did in the 1990s.

Tiger steps into weekend hunt at Masters

This Masters Tournament just got very, very interesting. With the last roar of the day Friday, Tiger Woods dropped in one more birdie for a 66 to jump into a tie for third behind a couple of kids. We're about to find out a lot of pressing questions this weekend.

An Interview With: Tiger Woods

Putts hold Woods back

Long putts rolled close but rarely went in for Tiger Woods on Thursday. Still, the four-time Masters Tournament champion finished his opening round with 1-under 71 and a smile on his face. "I'm very pleased," he said. "I'm right there in the ball game. I'm only six back, and, like I said, we have a lot of golf ahead of us."

Woods practices quietly; fans fawn over Mickelson

Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson did plenty of talking Tuesday. They spent Wednesday walking. After making appearances in front of a microphone earlier in the week, the two Masters champions hit the course Wednesday, playing in front of patrons at Augusta National Golf Club for the first time this week.

Tiger's revolutionary style influenced younger players

AUGUSTA - Tiger Woods played a different brand of golf than anyone had ever seen when he exploded onto the scene in the mid-1990s. The "Tiger Craze" that brought unprecedented attention to golf in the last 15 years attracted players who might otherwise have played different sports, and their arrival has revolutionized the game

Mickelson steals Tiger's Augusta crown

There's been a changing of the guard at Augusta National Golf Club, but it's not what everyone thinks. With all eyes on a host of young players poised to supplant Tiger Woods as the next generation of green-jacketed superstar, an older gent has usurped the throne as Augusta's reigning untouchable. This is Phil Mickelson's tournament now. Check the betting line if you doubt that.

Woods has no lack of confidence

Almost a year to the day after a much-ballyhooed Masters Tournament news conference at which a media ticket was required to enter the interview room, a much more relaxed Tiger Woods sat down for about a 20-minute media chat Tuesday. Much of the conversation focused on Woods' latest swing changes with his swing coach, Sean Foley.

An Interview With: Tiger Woods

Mickelson and Woods make final preparations

Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson did plenty of talking Tuesday. They spent their Wednesday's doing more of the walking.

No. 1 Kaymer wants to play past Round 2

There's never been so much uncertainty surrounding the world's No. 1-ranked player's ability to contend in the Masters Tournament as there is this year. Germany's 26-year-old Martin Kaymer, who is in his sixth consecutive week at No. 1, understands. He hasn't made a cut in three Masters appearances, and he is 12-over par for six rounds.

Woods confident, more relaxed

Swing change. Swing change. Swing change.

Phil rebounds past Tiger

For the first time since the 1996 Masters, the year before Tiger Woods played in his first Masters as a pro and won in record fashion, more focus is on Phil Mickelson, a three-time winner at Augusta National and the defending champion, than on Woods.

Pieces coming back together

A year after his return from a scandal-induced exile, Tiger Woods isn't any closer to reaching the milestones that have been his targets. The first winless season of his career has raised more questions than answers. Yet Woods remains convinced he is on the right track.

A Review: Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters (Wii)

The most highly-anticipated golf game hits stores today. Is it worth shelling out $50-60 for Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters? Absolutely.

EA Sports Tiger Woods video game to feature Masters

Millions of golfers will get a chance to play Augusta National Golf Club, home of the Masters Tournament.

Whatever his faults, Tiger is never boring

Two young boys standing along the ropes behind the 18th green applauded enthusiastically as he walked past.

Outburst punctuates Woods' wild ride

After 45 days of rehabilitation earlier this year following revelations of marital infidelity, Tiger Woods said he's a better person.

Network TV a friendly environment for Woods

As applause followed Tiger Woods on his walk to the 18th hole at the Masters on Sunday, CBS' Jim Nantz remarked that the contained environs of the tournament made it the right place to return to golf.

Choi ready for spotlight again

K.J. Choi's initial reaction to the news that he'd be paired with Tiger Woods for the fourth consecutive day at the Masters Tournament was brief and honest.

Woods stays under control to post 70

With the wind dancing around the 13th hole at Augusta National Golf Club, Tiger Woods could have reached into his bag and pulled out a club that would have let him go for the green 218 yards away in two. Woods, however, didn't pull the 5-wood Friday afternoon.

Tee for 2

The 74th Masters Tournament took on the feel of a European Tour event in Friday's second round.

Woods comes back better than ever

At 1:40 p.m. Thursday, seven words signaled the return of the world's No. 1 golfer.

Tiger Woods interview transcript

Tiger Woods spoke to members of the media in the interview room at Augusta National.

All in the game

The new, fan-friendly Tiger Woods played a lot like the old one in his return to competitive golf Thursday at the Masters Tournament.

Tiger Thursday

With thousands of patrons lining the first hole, Tiger Woods hit his opening drive of the Masters Tournament down the middle, just to the left of the right fairway bunker.

Woods is '75 or 80 percent,' O 'Meara says

Tiger Woods concluded his 126th hole of practice at Augusta National Golf Club on Wednesday, acknowledged the polite applause from fans around the ninth green and was escorted by his phalanx of security guards to the clubhouse.

Tiger's ability isn't in doubt

Can he really do it?

Chairman pulls no punches with Woods

Didn't see that one coming.

Woods, O'Meara hang close in practice

After he finished his Tuesday practice round, Tiger Woods walked off the No. 18 green and wrapped his arms around his old friend Mark O'Meara.

Woods to open with Kuchar, Choi

And the short straws go to Matt Kuchar and K.J. Choi.

Michaux: The Masters never lacks for intriguing plot elements

Now that the Tiger Woods saga has reached its logical turning point, we now resume our regularly scheduled Masters Week.

Woods finds crowd to be welcoming

Tiger Woods, the Masters Tournament, its field and its patrons are ready to move on. Especially the man of the hour, who is doing his best to take the focus off his misdeeds and put it back on the 74th Masters Tournament, which starts Thursday.

Michaux: Woods strikes right tone: appreciative

The Tiger Woods we thought we knew was unveiled on a Sunday in 1997 at Augusta.

Tiger makes a splash

Tiger Woods, the Masters Tournament, its field and its patrons are ready to move on. Especially the man of the hour, who is doing his best to take the focus off his misdeeds and put it back on the 74th Masters Tournament, which starts Thursday.

Fans glad to see friendlier Tiger

Tiger Woods seemed to know exactly where he was going after hitting one of his best shots of the day on the 16th tee.

Woods' life, personal and public, covered

Tiger Woods practiced in front of a gallery Monday for the first time in months, a different man from the one known the world over before a car crash and sex scandal sidelined him last November.

Woods started off nervous

Tiger Woods seemed nervous at the outset of his news conference attended by more than 200 members of the media.

Who will be under spotlight by Woods?

When the pairings for the 74th Masters Tournament come out today, not all the players will be checking for their names first.

CBS won't ignore the Woods scandal

However the Tiger Woods saga plays out, CBS Sports will cover the story in its entirety, network executives said in a conference call Monday.

Tiger Monday

Tiger Woods joined Fred Couples for a morning practice round.

Tiger today

Tiger Woods hasn't indicated whether he will play a practice round today.

Player notebook

COUPLES TREADS LIGHTLY: Thousands of patrons followed Tiger Woods and Fred Couples around Augusta National Golf Club on Monday as the two former Masters Tournament champions practiced together. While most of the attention went to Woods in his first public appearance on a golf course in more than four months, a few discerning patrons zeroed in on Couples' shoes.

Contrite Woods earned favor with club early on

Tiger Woods held his first news conference at the Masters Tournament on April 4, 1995.

Tiger's return doesn't get off to smooth start

It was as awkward as a first high school dance.

Tiger's long drive back

Tiger Woods wasn't talking Sunday. He will be today, and the world is expected to stop and listen.

Fans hope for respect on both sides of ropes

Sometime today, Joe Harris and Jordan Byrd expect to see Tiger Woods at Augusta National Golf Club as he plays a practice round in preparation for the 74th Masters Tournament.

Transcript of Tiger Woods news conference

An Interview With: TIGER WOODS

Video: Tiger's Monday practice

Highlights from Tiger Woods' first practice round at Augusta National Golf Club on Monday, April 5, 2010.

Live video: Tiger Woods press conference

Tiger Woods will speak today at 2 p.m. Watch the video live on Augusta.com.

Some reporters not interested

The crush of media expected at Tiger Woods' much-anticipated news conference today at Augusta National Golf Club will be minus one of its most distinguished members.

Tiger Sunday

Tiger Woods showed up Sunday afternoon and was on the new practice range shortly after 1:30.

How will Tiger be received?

Tiger Woods will play in front of a gallery for the first time Monday -- 129 days since news of his accident broke -- in a morning practice round at the Masters Tournament. In the afternoon, he will submit to his first full news conference.

Tiger Woods takes practice swings at Augusta National

Tiger Woods played nine holes at Augusta National Golf Club today with good friend and 1998 Masters champion Mark O'Meara.

'Nervous' Woods still on his game

Tiger Woods claims he'll be "a little nervous" about playing inside the ropes for the first time in five months since being disgraced by a sex scandal. His professional friends who have seen him prepare, however, say his return to golf at the Masters Tournament should make his competition nervous.

Woods, Couples will have practice round company

Fred Couples provided more information on the practice round at Augusta National Golf Club he has scheduled Monday with Tiger Woods, who is making his comeback at the Masters Tournament.

British bookmakers take bets on Tiger's first drive

LONDON --- Forget about simply betting on Tiger Woods to win the Masters Tournament, British bookmakers are taking wagers on whether the No. 1 player in the world will hit a tree on his first drive or if he'll kiss an anonymous blonde before teeing off.

Couples will play practice round with Woods

Tiger Woods has one practice-round partner lined up as he prepares for his comeback to golf at the Masters Tournament in April.

Celebrity media to cover Tiger at Masters

It's a pretty safe bet the readers of People magazine aren't expecting golf coverage from Steve Helling. He's coming to the Masters because they'll want to read about Tiger Woods.

Palmer to Tiger: Open up

ORLANDO, Fla. --- Arnold Palmer believes redemption for Tiger Woods starts with being more open with the media.

Once again, absent Tiger is main talk of tournament

ORLANDO, Fla. --- Tiger Woods was nowhere to be found at Bay Hill -- except in just about every conversation. It's been like that a lot lately.

Tiger Woods schedules Masters interview

Tiger Woods will speak to the media on April 5, the Monday of Masters Week and the first day of practice round play.

Ballesteros says Woods' return is positive for golf

MADRID --- Seve Ballesteros is thrilled to see Tiger Woods returning to golf and believes the 14-time major champion has a "great chance" of winning the Masters Tournament.

Celebrity media to track Tiger at Masters

Celebrity and entertainment media outlets have been calling the Richmond County Sheriff's Office seeking information on coverage of Tiger Woods at this year's Masters Golf Tournament.

Woods checks off another step in comeback

LAS VEGAS - Tiger Woods gave us five minutes. It seemed an awful lot longer.

Tiger practices at Augusta National

Tiger Woods spent Monday practicing at Augusta National Golf Club, The Augusta Chronicle confirmed Monday night.

No new bag logo for Tiger

Tiger Woods won't replace AT&T with a new corporate sponsor on his golf bag when he returns at the Masters Tournament, instead using his Nike brand.

Tiger says he's 'nervous'

Tiger Woods said he couldn't wait to get back to playing golf, though he had reservations about how he'll be received when he returns to the game at the Masters Tournament in April.

Dahlberg: Tiger won't make the cut

Oddsmakers didn't take long to make Tiger Woods the Masters favorite. Even his fellow competitors say they can see him trying on another green jacket.

International press lambasts Woods

LONDON --- Tiger Woods' planned return to golf at the Masters Tournament drew plenty of criticism from the international press on Wednesday, and the most scathing comments came from Britain.

British bookie: Tiger is favorite at Masters

Despite not competing since his car crash in November, Tiger Woods is still the favorite to win the Masters Tournament.

Woods will return at Masters

Get ready for a Masters Tournament unlike any other.

Woods likely to return at Masters

DORAL, Fla. --- Tiger Woods intends to remain out of golf at least until the Masters Tournament, two people with knowledge of his plans have told The Associated Press.

Report: Tiger Woods might return at Bay Hill

Multiple media outlets are reporting today that Tiger Woods might be planning a return to the PGA Tour later this month at Bay Hill and the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

With or without Woods, Masters will be special

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. --- Will he or won't he? That is the question.

Nicklaus expects Woods to play in Masters

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - With reports that Tiger Woods has resumed hitting golf balls at home, the man whose records he's chasing said he wouldn't be surprised to see the 14-time major winner return in time to play the Masters Tournament.

Tiger sheds little light on 2010 Masters prospects

Tiger Woods will play golf again, but whether he will tee it up at this year's Masters Tournament is unclear.

Playing catch the leader

Where Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson went, the gallery followed.

Woods finds fight difficult

Tiger Woods abused his surgically repaired left knee in the Masters Tournament's third round. He spent much of Saturday afternoon slapping it, leaning on it and using it to kick the air in frustration. His knee, which he had surgery on last summer after his U.S. Open win, held up under the onslaught. His psyche did not.

Mickelson, Woods put on pretty good show

Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods put on a pretty good show for much of Sunday's final round at the Masters.

Back 9 fireworks in forecast at Augusta National

Phil Mickelson got off the first pump of his enticing head-to-head duel with Tiger Woods, surging into contention in the final round of the Masters.

Woods' knee holds up, but not his psyche

Tiger Woods abused his surgically repaired left knee in the Masters Tournament's third round.

Woods win must come from charge

If Tiger Woods wins his fifth green jacket, he will do so with his biggest weekend charge at the Masters Tournament.

Woods solid but far from spectacular

Tiger Woods has shown no signs of charging at the Masters.

Tiger shrugs off shot on 18

After a disappointing 18th hole, Tiger Woods walked to the practice putting green to get in some additional work before the sun went down.

Kim stars, Woods struggles on Day 2 of Masters

As the Masters turned blustery, Kenny Perry surged into a share of the lead with Chad Campbell while Tiger Woods kept plodding along Friday, hoping to make his move on the weekend.

5 strokes back, Woods has field where he wants it

Every time Tiger Woods opened the Masters with a round of 70, he went on to win the tournament. The first time, a dozen years ago, it was by a mind-blowing 12 strokes. Even though he's five behind after just one day, he has the field exactly where he wants it.

Brightest in a field of stars

All eyes are on four-time Masters Tournament champion Tiger Woods today at Augusta National Golf Club. That much hasn't changed.

Media picks

Here are the writers' picks.

Outlook is clear for Woods, fans

In just three days, four Masters Tournament titles could become five.

Don't like Tiger? A few reasons to explain why

it can be lonely pulling against arguably the greatest player ever. But there are reasons.

Woods wants to end run of losses

One personal record Tiger Woods doesn't want to set this week is going a fourth consecutive year without winning the Masters Tournament.

Tiger and Phil on a collision course at Masters

He was on the practice range at first light, only his coach and caddie at his side. Then it was off to the putting green, where he kept pressing an Augusta National official for permission to start his practice round before the course was open.

Woods redirects all attention

Herb Dew didn't have to see Tiger Woods to know that the golfing icon had arrived at Augusta National Golf Club on Monday.

Tiger's tale takes focus

What's the story?

Notebook: Woods a late arrival for Monday practice

Bubba Watson was among the first to go off, no doubt looking for Woods to join some elite company. By midmorning, photographers were on the prowl and fans began to murmur, "Has anyone seen Tiger."

Intent on a full recovery

Tiger Woods finds himself in the company of legends once again. All he had to do this time was leave for a little while.

Mediate feels no pain after dueling Tiger

The winner called it the best victory of his career. The loser called it the greatest moment of his.

Tiger's second child is a boy

The uncertainty facing Tiger Woods at the start of the year is almost cleared up.

One Tiger roar isn't enough to overcome Woods' faulty putter

Bobby Jones can rest in peace.

Cink and Tiger had their own contest

Stewart Cink admits he's a slow learner when it comes to the Masters Tournament.


South Africa's Trevor Immelman will make a better Masters Tournament champion than oddsmaker.

Michaux: If leaders slip up, Tiger is poised to pounce

Tiger Woods was in full strut after bombing a drive over the Eisenhower Tree down the 17th fairway. He peeled a banana and wolfed it down, tossing the debris behind him.

On the brink

No one blinked when Tiger Woods roared up the leaderboard and into contention in the third round of the Masters Tournament on Saturday.

Even Woods isn't immune on a back 9; most everything went wrong

If the millions watching from their living room couches weren't paying close attention Sunday, they might have thought this was quite a Masters.

Woods is ready to make up 7 shots

Tiger Woods made a crazy par to cap a frustrating afternoon at Augusta National Golf Club on Friday.

Immelman leads, Tiger surging

Trevor Immelman reclaimed the top spot on the Masters leaderboard Saturday, looking to give himself a little breathing room with Tiger Woods looming.

Snedeker maintains lead as Tiger charges

Tiger Woods is charging up the Masters leaderboard Saturday afternoon, but Brandt Snedeker is playing well enough to keep a comfortable cushion on the world's best golfer.

Van Brimmer: Grand Slam goal sputters out

So much for Tiger Woods' Grand Slam.

Tiger's ups and downs

Tiger Woods played a tranquil round Thursday in the 72nd Masters Tournament.

Frenette: Catching Tiger isn't any easier in gallery

To borrow a famous line from Phil Mickelson, what an idiot I am.

Dahlberg: Woods in usual first round spot

1 of 94, but 2nd to none

You can pencil in the prediction almost every year: Tiger Woods is favored to win the Masters Tournament.

Odds are in Tiger's favor

Field weighs in on slam for Woods

Zach Johnson was the only person in the world last year who could entertain the thought.

Michaux: Don't count out Mickelson yet

Contrary to popular belief, Tiger Woods hasn't already won the 2008 Masters Tournament.

Audio Slideshow: Tiger Woods interview

Masters first-timer plays round in Woods' shadow

When reporters came rushing up after Richard Green finished a practice round with Tiger Woods, who blew by the media without stopping, Green knew the questions wouldn't be about the state of his game.

So much talk about a major sweep, but a big test awaits

Seven players stood on the first tee in the morning chill of Augusta National on Tuesday, a half-dozen more waiting on the practice green behind them. They had about 10 minutes to kill before the course opened for practice at 8 a.m.

Tiger's arrival rouses course

It was quiet Sunday at Augusta National Golf Club -- a handful of pros were at the course preparing for the 72nd Masters Tournament -- when the man of the hour showed up and changed everything.

Tiger's PGA win ignited ferocious run

Even Tiger Woods was frustrated.

'Hardest Masters' takes toll on Woods

Tiger Woods had a shot at continuing to prove himself otherworldly in the 2007 Masters Tournament. He ended up coming back down to earth a little bit.

Tiger poised for major moment

Tiger Woods didn't pack any warm red clothing before arriving at the 71st Masters Tournament, thinking he wouldn't need it at Augusta National Golf Club in early April.

Appleby double bogeys first hole, Woods takes lead

AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Let the talk of Tiger Slam II begin. Tiger Woods, the world's No. 1 player, backed into the Masters Tournament lead one hole into his final round at Augusta National Golf Club.

A win by Woods would be one for the ages

Don't be so quick to dismiss this Masters Tournament that has had so little feel and even less sound so far.

Woods works to hang on

It won't rank as Tiger Woods' most dramatic turnaround, but the four-time Masters Tournament champion avoided disaster in Amen Corner and kept his quest for a third consecutive major victory alive.

Woods moves up the leaderboard to 1-over

Tiger Woods moves up, just about everyone else drops back. So it goes Saturday afternoon at the Masters Tournament.

What they're saying

He (Tiger Woods) has to make the third day his day, or it won't be his major. It will be cold in the early morning and probably only around 50 degrees when Woods begins his round. There is no time left to take the temperature or smell the azaleas.

Round is 1 that got away

OK, Tiger Woods rooters. Take a chill pill.

Most sports writers bet on Tiger, but some are willing to gamble

Sports writers reveal their pick for this year's Masters tournament.

Creating rivalry with Woods isn't on Furyk's mind

When Tiger Woods and Vijay Singh swapped positions at the top of the World Golf Ranking in 2004 and early 2005, the next great rivalry in golf was proclaimed.

Writers honor Woods, Rankin

Tiger Woods made his regular trip to pick up the Male Player of the Year award from the Golf Writers Association of America, but this time he stayed around to receive a second honor Wednesday night at Savannah Rapids Pavilion.

History blowing in wind

If the past is any guide, the 71st Masters Tournament could be starting an unpredictable but memorable ride today.

Woods' focus is clearer this year

Tiger Woods walks the fairways at Augusta National Golf Club this year with thoughts of a promising future.

Who will step up on Sunday?

To the next generation of great golfers, Tiger Woods asked a simple question Tuesday.

Interview: Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods spoke with reporters Monday at Augusta National Golf Club on his upcoming appearance at the tournament. The following transcript of his remarks was provided by Augusta National.

How low can they go?

Forget about Tiger Woods or anyone else breaking the 72-hole scoring record in the 71st Masters Tournament this week. The mark, set 10 years ago by Woods at 18-under-par 270, grows in stature with each passing year.

The dominating duo

It's become a common sight at the Masters Tournament.

Tiger knows who will be No. 1

Tiger Woods has been a celebrity since he was 2. He has experienced unprecedented success as a golfer. He has become the richest athlete in history.

Singh, Woods stand alone as multiple winners this season

Tiger Woods and Vijay Singh are the only players with multiple PGA Tour victories so far in 2007.

Interview: Gary Player

Where are they now?

The images from the 1997 Masters Tournament are still fresh. Tiger Woods calmly knocks in a four-foot birdie for par on the 18th hole, and history is made.

Woods sees 2006 as his worst year

Eight more PGA Tour wins (up to 54). Two more majors (up to 12). Another six-event winning streak (his second). Another money title (his seventh). Another player-of-the-year season (his eighth).

Rededicated Els stalks Tiger

Fresh off preventing a rare shutout season with an eleventh-hour victory in the South African Open, Ernie Els unveiled an ambitious three-year plan to unseat Tiger Woods as the world's No. 1 player.

Woods, Couples are let down by putters

The golf axiom, "Drive for show, putt for dough," never was truer than in the final round of the 70th Masters Tournament. Just ask Tiger Woods and Fred Couples.

Putting ends Woods' chances

The Masters Tournament humbled its reigning master Sunday.

Double down

The man who couldn't win major championships is stockpiling them quicker than anyone else in the game.

Woods in familiar position

It's not quite dj vu for Tiger Woods, but he will be hoping for the same results as last year when he completes today's third and final rounds.

Woods is not blown off course by 71

The wind was swirling. The greens were crusty and hard.

Campbell surges to lead at Masters, big names struggle to keep up

AUGUSTA, Ga. - There was a charge at the Masters, and it wasn't made by Tiger Woods.

Woods' round is muddied

Tiger Woods thought he came to play the Masters Tournament this week, but a U.S. Open broke out instead.

Let the test of length begin

The Masters Tournament should finally get its wish today: a dry first round at Augusta National Golf Club.

How the writers pick 'em

Doug Ferguson, Associated Press: Tim Herron. Because this Masters is all about size.

CBS has specials on Tiger, Nicklaus

CBS will go heavy on the nostalgia when it serves up coverage of the Masters Tournament for the 51st consecutive year.

Woods' thoughts are on his ailing father

AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Tiger Woods will chase his fifth green jacket with a heart and mind troubled by his father's health.

Tournament offers respite from worries

If all goes well, Tiger Woods will be at Augusta National Golf Club today as well as the rest of the week.

Woods family bond drives his success

The most identifiable image from Tiger Woods' first Masters Tournament victory wasn't some miracle chip shot or turning-point putt celebration.

Tiger brings spicy meal to Masters champs

Think peppers. Red, green, yellow, hot and mild - flavors and colors that punch up any dinner fare will be served at the Augusta National Clubhouse today for the Champions Dinner.

The other side of Tiger

It certainly felt like a door-opening day for Andy Walker. A day that changes lives, ambitions and perspectives.

'Better' Tiger returns to the top

Tiger Woods' victory in the 2005 Masters Tournament proved that he was back, revamped swing and all.

Change truly does Tiger good

Every time Jack Nicklaus says goodbye to a major championship, Tiger Woods leaves the same going away message.
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