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April 9, 2007
Woods lives in Florida now, but he grew up in Orange County playing the courses of Southern California. He describes how the experience helped him become the dominant force in the game. 'Growing up in Southern California and being able to play on so many courses as a junior was such a highlight for me, and a great learning experience.
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April 4, 2007 | Thomas Bonk, Times Staff Writer
The winner of the last two major championships has a lot on his mind right now, with the Masters only a couple of days away. Tiger Woods is thinking about hitting the ball straight, trying to solve the sloping greens at Augusta National Golf Club, planning on how to stay away from the bunkers, trees and water.
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February 7, 2007 | THOMAS BONK
Where's that Tiger? Apparently, not at Riviera, where Tiger Woods doesn't have next week's Nissan Open on his schedule. Woods, who played last week at Dubai, returned to his home in Isleworth, Fla., Tuesday morning and on Woods' website soon after, he listed his next tournament as the Accenture Match Play Championship at Tucson, the week after Riviera. That would mean that Woods' winning streak of seven PGA Tour events would carry over until Tucson. "We have to see if he plays L.A.
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January 30, 2007 | Jerry Crowe, Times Staff Writer
Anything you can do, I can do better. The old Irving Berlin lyric from the Broadway musical "Annie Get Your Gun" seems apt these days when discussing Tiger Woods and Roger Federer, friendly rivals who seem bent on pushing one another to new and greater heights, burnishing their outsized legacies while relentlessly pursuing history in their respective sports. Woods, 31, reigns over golf. Federer, 25, rules tennis.
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January 29, 2007 | J.A. Adande
Ah, order is restored to the sports world. For a moment there it looked as if the laws of physics were unraveling when Tom Brady's pass was picked off in crunch time of the AFC championship game last week. Then Roger Federer won a Grand Slam tennis event, and the PGA golf tournament here at Torrey Pines ended up with Tiger Woods as the champion. In a related story, the sun rose in the east and set in the west. That's seven consecutive times Woods has played in a PGA Tour event and won.
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January 21, 2007 | Thomas Bonk, Times Staff Writer
The last time he played, in mid-December at his own tournament, the Target World Challenge, Tiger Woods boarded his jet afterward for a skiing trip to Colorado. His clubs were not invited, but Woods didn't want them to feel neglected, so from the jet, he called his swing coach, Hank Haney. "He wanted a list, 'What's our plan?' " Haney said. "He said he needed to be thinking about something when he was off skiing."
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December 18, 2006 | Thomas Bonk, Times Staff Writer
It's almost time to flip the golf calendar to 2007, which can mean only one thing: Is it too early to talk about another Tiger Slam? Maybe not, says Tiger Woods, who is already thinking about it. "You've got to keep plugging along and make sure you peak at the right time," Woods said. "Augusta is obviously a long way away, but it's still in the back of all our minds. The whole idea is to play well leading up to the tournament and have your game peak at the right time that particular week.
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December 13, 2006 | Thomas Bonk
Tiger Woods won the Jack Nicklaus Trophy as the PGA Tour player of the year for the eighth time in a vote of touring pros. Vote totals were not announced. Woods won eight PGA Tour events in 2006, including his last six. He earned more than $9.9 million, and among his triumphs were victories at the British Open and PGA Championship, his 11th and 12th major titles. He also won the Byron Nelson Trophy with a 68.11 scoring average.
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October 28, 2006 | Thomas Bonk, Times Staff Writer
Tiger Woods cleared space on his playing schedule when he announced Friday on his website that he won't play next week's Tour Championship, joining Phil Mickelson on the sideline for the PGA Tour's $6.5-million, season-ending event. "Playing seven out of nine weeks with an additional trip to Ireland for Ryder Cup practice was taxing both mentally and physically and I feel like I need another week away from competitive golf," Woods said on tigerwoods.com.
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