While he hasn't played in more than a year, Tiger Woods remains a focal point whenever a World Golf Championship event rolls around. Woods has plenty of records to his name, but one of the most impressive feats is that he racked up 18 WGC titles from 1999-2013. That is the most all-time, while Dustin Johnson and Geoff Ogilvy are tied for second - with three wins apiece. Rory McIlroy has two WGC titles to his name, and speaking to reporters Wednesday at the WGC-HSBC Champions in China he tried to offer insight as to how Woods was so dominant for so long against elite WGC fields. "Honestly, I think because of the no-cut format. I think that's probably a big thing to do with it," McIlroy said. "You
The formal announcement will be made at Trinity Forest on Wednesday and will include Dallas resident Jordan Spieth and Andy Pazder, the Tour's executive vice president and chief of operations. The Nelson moved from Preston Trail Golf Club to the TPC Four Seasons in 1983, and officials signed a 20-year contract with the Tour and the Four Seasons in 1999, which had bound the tournament to the TPC course through 2018. Salesmanship Club officials said the early move came about for two reasons: The club and the Tour came to an agreement with the Four Seasons Resorts owner, Blackstone Real Estate Advisors, to get out of the contract early and the Tour's agronomy staff has signed off on when the course could host its first professional event.
There's a written rule in high school golf that spectators are not supposed to get within 50 feet of players during a round. There's an unwritten rule that teams outside the Orlando area are not supposed to come within a mile of winning the Class 1A girls state championship. Area teams like Windermere Prep and Circle Christian have won the past six titles. When their state tournament begins Friday, undefeated The First Academy is favored to make it seven in a row. Unless two-time defending champ Lake Mary Prep beats the Lady Royals to it. "This is a hotbed for golf," Lake Mary Prep coach Mike Jamison said. So much that if there were a national girls golf poll like college football has, Orlando