Tiger's back

IF there was any question as to whether or not Tiger Woods was 'back' - well, it appears that question has been answered. He's back alright.

By winning the AT&T National at Congressional yesterday, Woods proved that he could still win golf tournaments. In fact, nobody is doing it any better than him right now.

It was his third PGA title of the year, something no-one else has managed.

It was also his 74th Tour victory, moving him past Jack Nicklaus and into second place on the tour's career list. He now trails only Sam Snead, who had 82 career victories.

Woods also moved to the top of the PGA Tour money list and the FedEx Cup standings for the first time since 2009.

The journey back to the top has been a slow one as Woods has rebuilt both his health and his golf swing from a place where many thought he would never find success again.

But with his win yesterday, Woods proved he can come from behind to win, something he's struggled with in the past, and he can also manufacture a win using whatever means necessary

He struggled off the tee in the event, hitting only 30 of 56 fairways, including just 8 of 14 yesterday.



19 children dead, two more critical. When will this end?

premium_icon 19 children dead, two more critical. When will this end?

19 children dead, two more critical. When will this end?

Snake catcher's wife struck by deadly eastern brown

premium_icon Snake catcher's wife struck by deadly eastern brown

Two crucial things saved Gympie woman from snake bite

Local Partners