Tiger Woods Squeaks Out A Win At CongressionalCongressional reopened its gates Sunday to thousands of spectators who got what they expected in the AT&T National — another win by Tiger Woods.
Furyk Tries To Get Over US Open Jim Furyk is ready to move on from a bitter finish at the U.S. Open. Trouble is that no one will let him.
Adam Scott Is Building Up Confidence With A Belly PutterAfter struggling for two years on the tour, Adam Scott has made some drastic moves. He fired his caddie and switched to a new belly putt; and judging from the results it seems to be working.
Watney Flawless To Win By 2 Shots At AroniminkNick Watney has won for the second time this year on the PGA Tour. He made big par putts early and enough birdies to pull away for a two-shot victory in the AT&T National.
K.J. Choi's Mindset Is On Winning His First MajorK.J. Choi is in contention to win the 2011 AT&T National, but he is continuing to train and focus on one goal; winning his first major championship.
Rickie Fowler In Contention At The AT&T NationalFormer PGA Tour Rookie of the Year, Rickie Fowler is showing off his golf game and not just his fashionable wardrobe at the AT&T National this year.
Golf Veteran Robert Garrigus Coming on StrongRobert Garrigus turned pro in 1997. But it's only recently he's started to emerge. Garrigus tied for third at the U.S. Open, and is in contention at Aronimink this week .
AT&T National Info
AT&T National Not What It Once WasBy Tuesday four players had pulled out of the AT&T National for various reasons. Tiger Woods is no longer associated with the event, and the quality of the field has lagged as a result.
Tiger Woods Says Injuries "Getting Better"The PGA Tour descends on Aronimink in Newtown Square this week for the AT&T National event. Tuesday the media heard from a player who WON'T be teeing off come Thursday morning.
Tiger Woods To Miss Next Week's AT&T National In Newtown SquareTiger Woods will miss another golf tournament as his left leg recovers from injuries. Woods said on his Twitter feed that he will not be playing in next week’s AT&T National outside Philadelphia. The tournament supports Woods’ foundation.