Woods shot up the leaderboard on day two at the Hero World Challenge
Woods carded a one-over par round despite two late double bogeys as he played his first competitive round of golf since August 2015
Woods has also been made to change his golf clubs
Woods was a vice-captain at the Ryder Cup last month
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The boxer transcended sport like none other
It's the first time it's happened in his 20-year career as a pro
Woods was on hand to open The Playground course in Texas, which he helped design, when 11-year-old Taylor Crozier left onlookers stunned
This is Dubai, and bling is back. If you want to get the attention of a millionaire golfer you have to go big. The Dubai Desert Classic has gone bigger than any tournament on earth with a record jackpot for a hole-in-one at the 17th, a cool $2.5 million (£1.5m). Even Rory McIlroy is interested.
The American had hoped to return in time for the Games in Russia
‘Brandel being able to share with us his assessment is too important to be abused’
Former Open champion said it was a 'very sad day for South Africa and the world' after the death of the former South African President
As expected the challengers gave it a crack on championship Sunday but in the end a five-shot advantage was too big for Victor Dubuisson to blow. The Frenchman survived a thrilling push from Jamie Donaldson, whose 63 included a hole-in-one at the 16th, and a 65 from Justin Rose, to claim his maiden European Tour victory at the Turkish Airlines Open.
In between cries of “get real” and “get in there” the essence of Ian Poulter is revealed. The cleanest striker of a golf ball Poulter is not, but on the greens he punches like Mike Tyson in his prime and on his day he is never out of the running. Today was just such a day.
Unlike the Seve Trophy, the Presidents Cup has little trouble attracting America's big names. Jim Furyk is still lying down in a darkened room following his failure to make the team via the mechanism of the captain's pick.
The wonder of Vos
Chris Boardman rated it the race of the week and Marianne Vos was its shining star. Saturday’s road race wrapped up a good week for cycling’s women in Florence. Brian Cookson appointed the first female vice-president of the International Cycling Union in Tracey Gaudry of Australia on his first day in the job and hours later Vos won her second successive road-race rainbow jersey. The Dutch rider, who now has three road world titles and two Olympic gold medals, is one of the world’s greatest sportswomen.