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COMMENT: The 14-time Major winner deserves to be venerated just as much as Jack Nicklaus for his career achievements, yet he is not loved

Williams: 'Best win of my career'

The jilted had the last laugh here yesterday. Steve Williams caddied for Adam Scott as he won the WGC Bridgestone Invitational and then delivered a withering dig at Tiger Woods, who sacked him last month. "This is the best win of my career," declared the Kiwi.

Luke Donald rockets up the leaderboard

World No 1 finds putting touch in day's-best 64 to lie three behind Scott

Signs are good that Woods is back on straight and narrow

Tiger Woods is back on the straight and narrow. He may not be winning this WGC Bridgestone Invitational, but the former world No 1 provided enough evidence here that this comeback will be rather more productive than the last.

Woods switches on the power to light up return

First competitive round since April produces a 68 while Westwood has best day on greens in two years

Restless McIlroy ready to relocate to the States

The British weather's got a lot to answer for. Rory McIlroy revealed here yesterday he is about to resume membership of the PGA Tour and will move to America. It seems Europe is about to lose its shining star and Belfast its favourite son.

Tiger Woods gears up for return

The good news for Tiger Woods as he counts down to his return to golf tomorrow is that he cannot be as bad as he was in the same event last year.

'It'll be fun,' Woods says on being paired with old rival Clarke

When Darren Clarke stages his reunion with Tiger Woods here in the first two rounds of the WGC Bridgestone Invitational, he would like to hear the cheers ring out for his friend and long-time rival. And his reasons are based on the personal as well as the professional.

Woods in line for Presidents Cup after signing for Sydney

Tiger Woods has signed up to play at the Australian Open in Sydney in November, organisers said yesterday, making the former world No 1 a likely starter at the following week's Presidents Cup.

The Last Word: Tiger at bay is a danger to himself

The former world No 1 has asked his notorious bagman to caddie on his comeback. Big mistake

Woods to return at his favourite Firestone course

Which tiger Woods will we see in Akron next week? That was the question swirling in the air in Killarney yesterday as the game digested the news that the former world No 1 will make his comeback at the WGC Bridgestone Invitational. Graeme McDowell spoke for many when outlining his doubts.

Tiger Woods announces return to action

Former world number one Tiger Woods is to return to action at next week's Bridgestone Invitational in Ohio.

James Corrigan: Puritans are just taking the Pistorius

The Last Word: Hysteria over 'cheating' should not be allowed to keep an inspirational athlete out of the Olympics

Tiger Woods faces another divorce

ESPN America’s Michael Kim looks into why Tiger Woods decided to sack his caddie.

Williams: I've lost respect for Tiger

Steve Williams admits he has lost "a tremendous amount of respect" for Tiger Woods after the former world No 1 ended his 12-year partnership with the caddie.

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