John Swantek visits with Brian Wacker from PGATOUR.COM; Dr. Gregg Steinberg, professor of sports psychology; and Travis Fulton, head of instruction and education for all PGA TOUR Academies nationwide.
Robert Lee and Ross McFarlane reflect on Miguel Angel Jimenez's playoff victory at the Hong Kong Open and preview the the Nelson Mandela Championship in Durban, South Africa.
Tiger Woods held off a surging Retief Goosen in the final round of the World Golf Championships – American Express Championship to win by a single shot.
With Opening rounds of 67 and 63, Tiger Woods went on to win the Buick Open by four shots over Esteban Toledo.
Tiger Woods captured his third straight Bay Hill Invitational presented by Cooper Tires, shooting a final round 69 and winning by four shots over Michael Campbell.
Tiger Woods started the final round trailing Jim Furyk by three strokes and after 72 holes the two ended up tied. It took seven extra holes to decide a winner, as Woods made a short birdie putt for the win.
Tiger Woods finished 17-under par for his third straight win at the rain-plagued 2001 Memorial Tournament. This was also his fifth title in six starts in yet another dominant season.
Tiger Woods outlasted Vijay Singh on a Monday finish to capture his 26th career victory and second win in as many weeks at the 2001 PLAYERS Championship.
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.
Watch Ben Crane's emotional win in 2011 and Tommy Gainey’s impressive victory in 2012.
Watch Francesco Molinari's duel with Lee Westwood in 2010 and Ian Poulter's impressive performance at the 2012 World Golf Championships - HSBC Champions.
Check out Ben Crane’s 2010 victory, Bo Van Pelt’s 6 stoke win in 2011 and Nick Watney’s impressive performance in 2012.
Watch Chip Beck's 59 in 1991, Jim Furyk's three victories at TPC Summerlin, Tiger Woods' first win in 1996, and Jonathan Byrd's incredible ace to win the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
Watch Mike Weir win in 2007, Cameron Beckman's playoff win in 2008, Troy Matteson's victory in 2009, Rocco Mediate's spectacular performance in 2010 and Jonas Blixt's clutch win in 2012.
Check out Fred Couples' clutch performances in 1994 & 2005, the epic battle in 2003 to a tie in South Africa, Mike Weir's inspired play in his home country in 2007 and many more moments.
Check out Hal Sutton's victory in 1998, Phil Mickelson's triumphs in 2000 & 2009, Tiger Woods' win in 2007, Camilo Villegas' 2008 victory, Jim Furyk's 2010 win, and Bill Haas' clutch win in 2011.
Watch wins by Scott Verplank in 1985, Tiger Woods in 1997, 1999, & 2007, Trevor Immelman in 2006, and Camilo Villegas in 2008.
Watch Tiger Woods' win in 2006, Mickelson and Woods duel in 2007, Vijay Singh's masterful putting in 2008, Steve Stricker's win in 2009, Charley Hoffman's in 2010 and Webb Simpson in 2011.
Since 2007 The Barclays has been the opening playoff event on the PGA TOUR, check out wins by Bob Gilder, Seve Ballesteros, Padraig Harrington, Steve Stricker, Vijay Singh, Heath Slocum and Matt Kuchar.