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Lawsuit Blames Tiger Woods for Drunken Driver’s Death

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — The parents of a drunken driver who died in a car crash last year are suing Tiger Woods. They blame the golfer and his girlfriend for allowing their son to drive home from their Florida restaurant while intoxicated. The wrongful deat...
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The Real Measure of Tiger vs. Phil Is How Many Watch

The winner between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson might be the least relevant aspect of their Friday night match in Las Vegas. Far more compelling was the outcome of a 72-hole exhibition played over two courses for an obscene amount of money — Harry Vardon ...
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Top 10 Photos of the Week

Oakland Raiders Are 0-3 So Far Miami's William Hayes sacks Oakland's Derek Carr. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky) Kavanaugh Hearing Makes for Riveting TV Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh testifies before the S...
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Tiger Roars Again. Caps Amazing Comeback With a Win

ATLANTA — Tiger Woods, in his Sunday red shirt, both arms raised in victory on the 18th green. "I can't believe I pulled this off." — Tiger Woods For so many years, the scene was familiar. This time, it w...
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Clovis Golfer Sails to Victory in FedEx Cup Playoff Opener

PARAMUS, N.J. — To his right was the silver trophy Bryson DeChambeau won Sunday at The Northern Trust, a victory that felt comfortable to everyone but him. To his left was the silver FedEx Cup trophy, a reminder of the ultimate prize in the PGA Tour season. ...

Tiger Woods Juices Ratings for PGA Championship

NEW YORK — There's nothing like a late charge from Tiger Woods to juice the ratings of a major golf tournament. CBS reached 8.5 million viewers Sunday for final-round competition at the PGA Championship from...
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Koepka Holds off Woods to Win PGA Championship

ST. LOUIS — The roars were unlike anything Brooks Koepka had ever heard, and he knew exactly what they meant. They got louder for each birdie by Tiger Woods that moved him closer to the lead Sunday in the PG...