Tiger Woods - Profile

Tiger Woods: A four-time winner of the US PGA

Tiger Woods: A four-time winner of the US PGA

Four-time Masters winner Woods hasn't won a major since 2008 and a US PGA since 2007.

* 14-time major winner: 1997 Masters, 1999 USPGA, 2000 US Open, Open Championship, USPGA, 2001 Masters, 2002 Masters, US Open, 2005 Masters, Open Championship, 2006 Open Championship, USPGA, 2007 US PGA, 2008 US Open.

* Won all 14 majors after being leader/joint leader after round three.

* 18 World Golf Championship victories.

* 79 PGA Tour wins. Most prolific season was 2000 when he won nine times.

* Has spent over 650 weeks as world No.1. Longest stretch was Jun 12th, 2005 to Oct 24th, 2010.

* US PGA record: 16 starts, four wins, two seconds and two other top 10s.

* Won 2000 US PGA at Valhalla after beating Bob May in three-hole play-off.

Player Details

  • Nationality: USA
  • Date Of Birth: 30/12/1975
  • Birth Place: Cypress, California
  • Height: 6ft 1
Recent Stroke Play Results
Date Tournament Pos Score Total To Par
2015 Wyndham Championship T10 64+65+68+70 267 -13
2015 US PGA Championship CUT 75+73 148 148
2015 Quicken Loans National T18 68+66+74+68 276 -8
2015 The 144th Open Championship CUT 76+75 151 7
2015 The Greenbrier Classic T32 66+69+71+67 273 -7
2015 U.S. Open CUT 80+76 156 12
Grand Slam History
US Masters T17-T4T40T4T4T6
US Open CUT-T32T21-T4T6
The Open Championship CUT68T6T3-T23-
US PGA Championship --T40T11-T282

Tiger Woods News

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Tiger Woods being a vice-captain is "massive" for the US Ryder Cup team, says European Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke.

Tiger Woods has been named as a US Ryder Cup vice-captain

Woods a Ryder Cup vice-captain

Tiger Woods has been named as a 2016 USA Ryder Cup vice-captain, but says he wants to make the playing team too.

Tiger Woods expects a long recovery process from a second operation on his back

'Tedious, long' rehab for Woods

Tiger Woods does not expect to compete again soon after admitting he faces a "tedious and long" recovery from back surgery.


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