Tiger Woods' Return: Complete Coverage | NBC 7 San Diego
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By Nikki Wagner

Tiger Woods' Life and Times

Years after a very public unraveling, Tiger Woods is older, seemingly wiser and...View gallery

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Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Injured Tiger Woods Quits Player's Championship

Injured Tiger Woods Quits Player's Championship

Woods fears a bulging disk in his upper back.

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Phil Mickelson Wins Third Masters Title

Phil Mickelson Wins Third Masters Title

Lefty wrapped it up with yet another birdie at the 18th.

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Mickelson Could Deliver Feel-Good Story We Deserve

Mickelson Could Deliver Feel-Good Story We Deserve

Powell: With his wife and mother on his mind, Phil Mickelson would be a better, and more deserving, Masters winner than Tiger Woods on Sunday at Augusta National.

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Foul-Mouthed Tiger Makes Appearance at the Masters

Foul-Mouthed Tiger Makes Appearance at the Masters

Tiger Woods sucks, according to Tiger Woods

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Mickelson May be Only One Able to Stop Tiger

Mickelson May be Only One Able to Stop Tiger

After two rounds of masterful play by the world's top golfer, were left to wonder if someone can do what waitresses couldn’t: whip Tiger Woods.

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Jim Carrey Tweets Support For Tiger Woods, Claims Elin Nordegren Had To Know Of Infidelity

Jim Carrey Tweets Support For Tiger Woods, Claims Elin Nordegren Had To Know Of Infidelity

Tiger Woods has an unlikely supporter in Hollywood — funnyman Jim Carrey.

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Tiger-Taunting Plane Grounded by FAA

Tiger-Taunting Plane Grounded by FAA

The FAA grounded the plane that flew cheeky banners over Augusta National golf course for minor mechanical issues

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

There’s More to Watch Than Just Tiger-mania

There’s More to Watch Than Just Tiger-mania

People are tuning in to the Masters to see Tiger. Meanwhile, there are a whole lot of other masterpieces on display. The leaderboard after Day 1 is simply amazing.

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

Tiger Spot Might Be Creepiest Celeb Commercial Ever

Tiger Spot Might Be Creepiest Celeb Commercial Ever

Woods sells out his father to sell himself.

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