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Woods and McIlroy go head-to-head at Masters

Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy are headed into Masters 2012 on a collision course, each taking a path over the past year that has been difficult to map.

Woods back on form after 30-month absence

Two weeks after another injury scare, Tiger Woods looked dominant as ever in that red shirt to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

Calls for change in format of President’s Cup

International captain Greg Norman believes it's time to give the host team the option of deciding the schedule of play in the President's Cup.

Caddie causes stir with racial inference to Woods

Tiger Woods' former caddie has caused another sensation, this time by using a racial slur to disparage his old boss during a caddies award toast.

Els keeps hope alive as he plunges in FedEx Cup

Ernie Els didn't look to be down in the dumps for someone who has tumbled so far in the FedEx Cup, and it seems he's got reasons to remain optimistic.

Woods axes caddie Steve Williams

Tiger Woods has fired caddie Steve Williams, ending a 12-year relationship during which he won 72 times worldwide and 13 majors.

Getting used to life without Tiger

Rory McIlroy is everywhere Tiger Woods used to be.

Golf’s next superstar: US Open winner Rory McIlroy

Rory McIlroy has buried his Masters meltdown with a breathtaking performance at the US Open, filled with the promise of more Majors to come.

Els leads class of six into golf’s hall of fame

Ernie Els followed the trail of idol Gary Player by winning golf tournaments around the world, taking him all the way to the World Golf Hall of Fame.

Woods goes mobile with his instruction

Tiger Woods launched a cellphone application on Wednesday that will give golfing lessons via cellphones.

Not even Woods knows his progress

The trouble with being so good for so long is that it makes the bad times look even worse. Tiger Woods never looked worse at Torrey Pines.

Els to skip Scottish Open, trim European play

Ernie Els has reached a point in his career where he will not be travelling as far, and making decisions based as much on his business ventures.

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