Milwaukee Times Weekly Newspaper

Tiger Woods shook up golf at the Masters, it might be just the beginning

THE MILWAUKEE TIMES WEEKLY — Jack Nicklaus was fishing in the Bahamas on Sunday, April 14, 2019, as Tiger Woods resumed circling him in the quest for Nicklaus’s record of 18 major golf championships. But in his news conference after winning the Masters for his 15th major title, Woods didn’t sound exactly bloodthirsty. […read more]

“Tiger Woods” (Simon & Schuster), co-written by Jeff Benedict and Armen Keteyian

New Book Illuminates Tiger Woods’ Life

TENNESSEE TRIBUNE — Those who weren’t around to witness Tiger Woods in his heyday might wonder why do people still care what happens to a 42 (43 in December) year-old golfer coming off multiple back operations who hasn’t won a major tournament since 2008, and hasn’t won anything at all since 2013. But when Woods surged in both the British Open and PGA Tournaments during the late rounds, ratings went through the roof. […read more]


Black Female Golfer Makes History

By Zenitha Prince Special to the NNPA from the Afro-American Newspaper Renée Powell, a pioneering African-American golfer who often fielded racism during her years on the Ladies Professional Golf Association Tour, recently made history by becoming one of the first female members of the Royal Read More


Tiger Woods Rebounds with 70

Bob Harig, ESPN   WINDERMERE, Fla. (ESPN)— He witnessed his playing competitor beat him by seven strokes, didn’t move up the leaderboard and faces another first-off tee time at his annual charity tournament. But Tiger Woods found plenty else to be pleased about Friday at Isleworth, despite Read More


Tiger Cracks the Billionaire Club

Special to the NNPA from the LA Watts Times Tiger Woods World No. 1 Tiger Woods has cracked $US1.3 billion ($1.45 billion) in career earnings by leading the Golf Digest 50 income list for 2013, with Australian Adam Scott coming in eighth. The 14-time major Read More


Tiger Woods, Nike Close to Deal

[ESPN] DUBLIN, Ohio — Tiger Woods is close to signing a new deal with his longtime equipment and apparel sponsor Nike that will “emphatically” keep him as golf’s top-paid endorser, according to his agent, Mark Steinberg. Woods’ current contract, signed in 2006, is set to expire sometime Read More