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Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Tiger's Masters Plan: Keep It Cool, Play To Win

Tiger's Masters Plan: Keep It Cool, Play To Win

Did Tiger's majorly hyped presser earn him a hole-in-one with fans?

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

From Busboys to CEOs: Augusta Rides the Tiger, Inc.

From Busboys to CEOs: Augusta Rides the Tiger, Inc.

Whether Tiger Woods rolls or shanks his way through the Masters, the Georgia city of Augusta expects to cash in on the return of the world's greatest golfer.

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

At Augusta, Talk of Tiger Scandal Will be Scarce

At Augusta, Talk of Tiger Scandal Will be Scarce

O'Neill: If you peel away the Hollywood gossip layers that linger outside the barriers of the Masters, this annual championship will not be extraordinarily different from many others that included Tiger

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Couples To Play Practice Round With Woods at Masters

Couples To Play Practice Round With Woods at Masters

Fred Couples said Wednesday that he'll play a practice round for the Masters with Tiger Woods at Augusta National on Monday.

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Tiger Woods Led Astray By Jordan, Barkley: Ex-Adviser

Tiger Woods Led Astray By Jordan, Barkley: Ex-Adviser

Hanging out with hard-partying former basketball stars Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley put Tiger Woods on the cartpath to debauchery, his former lawyer and adviser tells Vanity Fair in a bombshell interview...

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Handicapping the Masters Field

Handicapping the Masters Field

NBCSports.com contributor Rob Bolton analyzes the top contenders for the Masters, to be played April 8-11 at Augusta National.

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Can We Talk Golf? OK, Tiger Will Win Masters

Can We Talk Golf? OK, Tiger Will Win Masters

Ventre: Tiger Woods will win the Masters. And when it happens it will seem as though all the ruckus leading up to it was worth it.

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Elin Reluctant to Show Up at Masters for Tiger's Return: Report

Elin Reluctant to Show Up at Masters for Tiger's Return: Report

Tiger Woods' wife is resisting pressure to appear at her husband's much anticipated return to golf at the Masters tournament next week.

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Tiger Woods to Hold First Press Conference at Masters

Tiger Woods to Hold First Press Conference at Masters

Tiger Woods will take questions from the media a day before he set to make his return to golf at the Masters in April.

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Golf Pros Say Tiger Could Roar at Masters

Golf Pros Say Tiger Could Roar at Masters

Tiger Woods personal life may be a shambles but his golf game is just fine as he heads toward the Masters, say two pros who have been practicing with him.

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