The 72nd hole decided the outcome of the 2001 Bay Hill Invitational as Tiger Woods made a fifteen foot birdie putt to beat Phil Mickelson.
Tiger Woods out dueled Grant Waite on Sunday of the 2000 Bell Canadian Open, highlighted by a clutch approach from the fairway bunker at the 72nd hole, for his ninth win of the season.
Tiger Woods shot a second round 61 to tie the course record and cruise to a tournament record 21 under and win by eleven strokes to win the 2000 World Golf Championships-NEC Invitational.
Tiger Woods beat Bob May in a 3-hole playoff to capture the 1999 PGA Championship. Tiger became the first man since Ben Hogan in 1953 to win three majors in a season.
Tiger Woods beat Miguel Angel Jimenez on the first playoff hole in windy conditions to capture the World Golf Championship-American Express Championship.
Tiger Woods opened with a 67 and went on to shoot 66, 67 and 69 to beat Davis Love III by four strokes and win the 1999 Tour Championship.
Three straight 66's put Tiger Woods on top of the leaderboard at the 1999 National Car Rental Golf Classic/Disney. Tiger held off Ernie Els on Sunday for the one shot victory.
A two putt from 60 feet on the final hole gave Tiger Woods a one-stroke victory over Phil Mickelson at the 1999 World Golf Championships-NEC Invitational.
19 year old Sergio Garcia crept within a shot of Tiger Woods on Sunday but that's as close as the young Spaniard would get, as Tiger captured his second major championship.
Tiger Woods shot a 71 in the final round to win the 1999 Motorola Western Open. His three-shot victory made him the number one player in the world again.
Tiger Woods shot a final round 69 to beat Vijay Singh by two strokes and win the 1999 Memorial Tournament.
Tiger Woods started the weekend 9 strokes off the pace but after carding a 62 on Saturday and a hot start on Sunday Woods earned a 2 shot victory over Billy Ray Brown.
Tiger Woods shot a course record 63 on Saturday, at the 1998 BellSouth Classic, to take a 3 stroke lead into the final round. Woods would go on to win by a single shot over Jay Don Blake.
In the final round he birdied 14 and 15 to beat Frank Nobilo and capture his third win of the year.
After opening with 64s in the first two rounds, Tiger Woods went on to win the 1997 GTE Byron Nelson Golf Classic, his third win in eight starts.
Amanda Balionis previews the final day of the OHL Classic at Mayakoba, held at El Camaleón Golf Club in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.
After being diagnosed with leukemia for a second time in 2012, Jarrod Lyle returns to professional golf at the 2013 Australian Masters.
Sights and sounds from a season of surprise, suspense, American dominance, major success, without boundaries and culminated with the FedExCup Playoffs.
At home in Victoria, Australia, Jarrod Lyle reflects on his relapse of leukemia in 2012 and his road to recovery.
Each year The McGladrey Classic sheds the spotlight on St. Simons Island, Georgia and tournament host Davis Love III is there to welcome everyone.
When the FedExCup season continues in 2014 players will have their sights on significant milestones.
In just his fifth event on the PGA TOUR, 21-year-old John Huh wins the 2012 OHL Classic at Mayakoba.
The 3-time Web.com Tour winner and 3-time All-American is making his third trip to the PGA TOUR.
For 2013 Web.com Tour graduate Michael Putnam, there’s no where he’d rather be than home in Tacoma, Washington at Chambers Bay Golf Club.
Kenny Perry needed a little help from Fred Couples as the tournament and the Charles Schwab Cup were within grasp of his primary competitor Bernhard Langer.