Tiger Woods is playing twice in California over the next six week as he begins another comeback on the PGA Tour from back surgery.
There’s always that one guy that thinks it’s comical to yell something as a golfer takes a swing, and a golfer decided to return the favor Sunday.
Timelines and fundraising goals were set last year for merging the Jackson Park and South Shore courses, but nearly all have not been met.
While the average golf lesson can cost up to $150 an hour, a person paid $210,000 donation to Hurricane Harvey Relief to get a lesson from Woods.
The award recognizes the person who has had the most influence — whether that be “positive or negative” — on sports business throughout the year.
Tours to eliminate 2-shot scorecard error for reviews
Woods went 11 consecutive holes without hitting a green in regulation. He went 14 holes until making his first birdie. He had to settle for a 75.
After a presentation on the review process, representatives from around 50 community organizations got the chance to ask questions.
“Successful,” Woods said, when asked to describe his round in one word.
Woods returned from a 10-month layoff with a 3-under 69.
The lessons are geared toward golfers from age 12 to 70 and feature simple, step-by-step tips.
“I asked my dad to look and was like, ‘Oh, there it is,’ ” Thomas said of the richest payoff in golf.
Woods will be paired with Justin Thomas in the first round of the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas on Thursday.
This will be President Donald Trump’s third time playing golf at his Florida golf club since he was inaugurated in January.
Former World No. 1 golfer Luke Donald was hospitalized Friday and said he won’t return to action until next year.