Tiger Woods went from not knowing if he would ever play golf again to winning the Tour Championship on Sunday, marking his first win in more than five years. The 42-year-old Woods delivered the perfect ending to his amazing return from four back surgeries on Sunday with a performance that felt like old times. He left the competition feeling hopeless as he built a five-shot lead early and hung on to win the championship.
Golfer Tiger Woods told police officers during his DUI arrest last month that he had taken the powerful anti-anxiety drug Xanax as well as other prescription medications, according to a report. Woods' claim was revealed in an unredacted version of the Jupiter Police Department's investigation report obtained Friday by the Golf Channel.
Tiger Woods' struggles on the golf course continued as he slumped to a birdie-free round of five-over par 77 in the opening round of the EPGA Dubai Desert Classic on Thursday. Woods, 41, was among the morning groups to tee off, and from his first hooked drive on the 10th hole, which led to a bogey, it was a relentless but futile search for the former world number one.