Appearing on the The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Thursday night, Woods talked about his golf game, Arnold Palmer, playing golf with presidents, Donald Trump and more. Due to his back surgeries and recovery process, Woods told Colbert he wasn't able to practice as much as he wanted to on the golf course.
Here's something you don't see every day ... or any day, for that matter: a 6-foot python on a golf course. The snake showed up on the course before Round 2 of the CIMB Classic at TPC Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. While it's not the alligator that made an appearance on a golf course back in May, it was still quite the job to clear the course. As for the golf itself, the PGA Tour event continues on into the weekend. Probably without the snakes this time. -- Rachel Marcus
HAINAN, China — Minjee Lee birdied the final three holes for a 7-under 65 and a two-stroke lead Thursday in the Blue Bay LPGA, playing in perfect conditions two days after Typhoon Sarika hit the resort. Lee hit a long flop shot to a foot from a difficult angle on the par-5 18th on Jian Lake’s Blue Bay course, back in top shape after a large cleanup effort. The 20-year-old Australian was delayed traveling from the event that ended Sunday in South Korea and finally got to the resort Wednesday, limiting her to nine holes of practice. “Maybe it’s better,” Lee said. “I think it was pretty similar for a lot of the girls. I just took it as it is. It’s OK. ... We have an amazing view from our hotel room