Nine ironwood spears protruded from the lifeless body of Luis Castellanos when it was found in March, near a jungle road. Castellanos, 37, was the third poacher of rare woods murdered in this remote patch of eastern Ecuador since 2005.
Human failure is inevitable. Mechanical failure is unexpected
Both Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods went home with trophies, with Mickelson winning the Tour Championship and Woods a winner of the $10 million FedEx Cup title in Atlanta, Georgia. Mickelson won the Tour Championship on Sunday with a final-round 65, leaving Woods a runner-up at six-under but still a winner of the FedEx Cup title, according to Golf.com
Veteran Kenny Perry charged to the top of the Tour Championship leader board with a six-under 64 at East Lake to overtake world number one Tiger Woods. The 49-year-old American will take a two-shot lead into the final round as Woods struggled to a one-under 69 in the final event of the PGA Tour’s FedEx Cup series.
Tiger Woods took the halfway lead in the Tour Championship after a second round two-under par 68 at East Lakes. The world number one is bidding for his seventh victory in the PGA Tour this season and is one shot clear of his nearest challengers on five-under 135.
Tiger Woods believes he is back to the best form of his career after he clinched his 71st PGA Tour title with an emphatic eight-shot victory at the BMW Championship in Illinois. Woods led by seven shots heading into the final day after he carded a course-record third-round score of 62 at Cog Hill and refused to relinquish his grip in the final round
World No. 1 Tiger Woods surged into a first round lead at the U.S. PGA Championship on Thursday as he began his bid to win a major title for the fifth year in a row
Tiger Woods claimed his 70th PGA Tour title with a four-shot victory in the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational in Akron, Ohio. Even by the world number one’s standards, this was a remarkable victory as he got the better of Ireland’s Padraig Harrington in a compelling last-round head to head
Tiger Woods is poised to win his seventh title at Firestone after charging to a third round 65 in the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational on Saturday. Woods started the third day five shots behind leader Padraig Harrington, frustrated by his putting in his second round 70 for a halfway total of two-under 138. But the world number one found his touch with a breathtaking back nine in wet conditions in Akron, Ohio
Defending champion Tiger Woods carded a one-under-par second round 69 to make the cut for the last two rounds of the U.S. Open at Bethpage Black, but he goes into the final 36 holes a whopping 11 shots off the pace