Tiger Woods looks on from the first hole during the second round at Torrey Pines

Tiger Woods lost for words as he matches worst score on US soil at Torrey Pines

Tiger Woods endured one of the worst days of his distinguished career as he shot a 79 at the Farmers Insurance Open on Saturday to miss the third-round cut.

Sergio Garcia has insisted he can no longer apologise for his 'fried chicken' jibe at Tiger Woods having apologised over and over again

Sergio Garcia claims he cannot apologise anymore for 'fried chicken' jibe at Tiger Woods and claims the matter is 'all over'

Golfer insists he has apologised over and over again after receiving abuse from small sections of the American crowd at the US Open last year

JULY Superb Murray ends Wimbledon wait
Great Britain came to a virtual standstill for little over three hours on a hot Sunday in July. The 77-year wait for a men's singles Wimbledon champion finally came to an end with a superb display by Andy Murray. In searing summer sunshine, Murray made his fourth championship point count to beat Novak Djokovic in straight sets and sent the 15000 strong crowd into raptures. On realisation of his magnificent achievement, Murray fell to his knees before being handed the historic trophy and seeing his name forever engraved on the Wimbledon honours board. In the women's tournament, France's Marion Bartoli took the title.

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The Whitaker's Quiz of the Year: Round 8 - Sport

1. David Beckham retired from  professional football in May, but  for which team did he make his  last appearance?

<b>Andy Murray</b><br/>
Following on from his Olympic gold and victory in the 2012 US Open, 2013 saw the Scot go on to win the tournament that really mattered to British sports fans. The 77-year wait for a British champion of Wimbledon was brought to an end when the 26-year-old beat Novak Djokovic in the final. He also reached the final of the Australian Open in January.

Sports Personality of the Year: Andy Murray will not attend ceremony, despite being favourite to lift award

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Tiger Woods lines up a putt on the 18th green at the World Challenge in California

Kevin Garside: Geoff Ogilvy is quite right... journalists should not be cheerleaders for golfers but must be able to call them to account for their actions

‘Brandel being able to share with us his assessment is too important to be abused’

Rory McIlroy won the Australian Open last week
US golfer Tiger Woods is pictured during the third round of the inaugural Turkish Airlines Open in the southwest city of Antalya

Turkish Airlines Open: Below-par Tiger Woods fights to remain in the hunt

Victor Dubuisson is the runaway leader in Antalya

Ian Poulter of England looks on after he hits his tee shot the 16th hole during the second round of the Turkish Airlines Open at The Montgomerie Maxx Royal Course

Ian Poulter is betting on chasing down Henrik Stenson, while Tiger Woods rues missing out on 'something really special' 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.

Tiger Woods narrowly avoided an ‘international incident’, he claimed

Tiger Woods follows the money as Turkey enters global market

World No 1's appearance at country’s first European Tour event key in guaranteeing the desired media attention

Tiger Woods makes history as he hits the first golf shots from East to West on Istanbul's iconic Bosphorus Bridge

Tiger Woods hits golf ball from one continent to another as part of promotion for Turkey's first European Tour event

American being paid £1m to take part in Turkish Airlines Open

Arsene Wenger has backed Jack Wilshere's comments over players who qualify for England over residency grounds

Jack Wilshere views on England residency backed by Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger following Twitter spat with Kevin Pietersen

Wilshere has become involved in an exchange of words with England batsman Kevin Pietersen, but Wenger supports his views that England should have an English manager as well as English players

Jim Furyk joins the 59 Club after matching record low score on PGA Tour

Jim Furyk was today coming to terms with his achievement after carding an historic 59 on day two of the BMW Championship in Illinois.

Andy Murray defends his US Open title next week fuelled by a balanced diet with energy drinks and workouts

It’s meat and drink for Andy Murray who dismisses use of Novak Djokovic Diet

US Open champion tried world No 1’s gluten-free regime but found it made him feel weak

Matt Fitzpatrick: The 18-year-old's victory takes him to No 1 in the world's amateur rankings

Matthew Fitzpatrick ends 102-year wait for English triumph

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