How Tiger Woods has fared in 2010

Updated: December 5, 2010, 9:15 PM ET
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After Tiger Woods went under the knife late in 2008, that shortened his 2009 golf season. Well, in 2010, Woods will be under the microscope after revelations of a sex scandal rocked the world of golf's No. 1 player. ESPN.com will track each of Woods' competitive rounds on the PGA Tour in 2010.


Reversal Of Fortunes

Dec. 5, 2010: Graeme McDowell did to Tiger just what Woods has done to so many. Crucial putts at critical times sealed a playoff win for McDowell on Sunday. Bob Harig »


Chasing Tiger

Dec. 4, 2010: The words "Tiger" and "victory" haven't been paired together in more than a year. A strong showing Sunday at the Chevron World Championship might change that. Bob Harig »


Old Familiar Feeling?

Dec. 3, 2010: Is Tiger back? It's only 36 holes, but Woods followed Thursday's 65 with a 6-under 66 to hold his lead Friday at the Chevron. Recap »


A Piece Of The Puzzle

Dec. 2, 2010: A twirling club by Tiger doesn't mean he'll be cashing the winner's check Sunday, but it's a good sign for Woods. Bob Harig »


Mind The Gap

Nov. 14, 2010: Tiger started the final round of the JBWere Masters 10 back. Two late eagles en route to a 65 on Sunday kept it close, but Woods finished 3 behind winner Stuart Appleby. Recap »


Hopes Dashed

Nov. 13, 2010: With 18 holes remaining at the JBWere Masters, Tiger Woods stands 10 shots off Australian Adam Bland's lead after Woods carded an even-par 71 on Saturday in Round 3. Recap »


Stuck In Neutral

Nov. 12, 2010: Unable to get on a roll in Round 2 of the JBWere Masters on Friday, Tiger Woods struggled to a 72 and stands 9 strokes off the lead in search of his first victory in 2010. Recap »


For Openers

Nov. 11, 2010: After winning the 2009 JBWere Masters, Tiger Woods was on top of the world. A year later, he returned to Australia in a much different state. After Round 1, he's in the hunt after a 69. Recap » | Watch: Round 1 highlights


Treading Water

Nov. 6, 2010: With the leaders pushing lower into red figures, Tiger Woods failed to break par in Round 3. Woods carded a 73 on Saturday and is 11 shots back at the HSBC Champions. Recap »


Rocky Road

Nov. 5, 2010: Tiger notched 5 birdies in Round 2 of the HSBC Champions, but he couldn't keep the bogeys off his card in shooting an even-par 72. He's 5 off the lead with 36 holes to play. Recap »


Strong Start In Shanghai

Nov. 4, 2010: Despite starting with a bogey, Tiger carded a 4-under-par 68 in Round 1 of the HSBC Champions event in China. He trailed leader Francesco Molinari by 3. Recap


Ryder Cup Rebound

Oct. 4, 2010: A day after his worst loss in Ryder Cup history, Tiger trounced Francesco Molinari 4 and 3 in Monday singles at the Ryder Cup. Overall, Europe defeated the U.S. 14½-13½. Recap | Scores


Dusted In Defeat

Oct. 3, 2010: Tiger Woods and Steve Stricker had gone 2-0-0. That was until Lee Westwood and Luke Donald beat them and with it handed Woods his worst Ryder Cup defeat. Bob Harig


Swing Change

Oct. 2, 2010: Tiger Woods and Steve Stricker partnered for two victories early Saturday. That good fortune ended in the afternoon when they ran into the Luke Donald-Lee Westwood buzz saw. Story


Nip And Tuck

Oct. 1, 2010: Tiger Woods, along with Steve Stricker, stands all square in their four-ball match with Ian Poulter and Ross Fisher before darkness suspended play on Friday. Story


Homeward Bound

Sept. 12, 2010: A quiet Sunday at the BMW, eh? Three of Corey Pavin's Ryder Cup picks didn't make the Tour Championship. Tiger got an early vacation. Oh, and Lefty got the best of Woods ... again. Bob Harig


End Of The Line?

Sept. 11, 2010: Unless Tiger can pull off a miraculous round Sunday at the BMW Championship, he could be the only U.S. Ryder Cup team member missing from the Tour Championship in two weeks Bob Harig


Another Early Stumble

Sept. 10, 2010: A double-bogey and bogey early Friday at the BMW Championship led to a 72 for Tiger Woods, who now appears on the outside of the FedEx Cup finale looking in. Story


Stuck In Neutral

Sept. 9, 2010: Tiger Woods -- who needs a top-5 finish to reach the Tour Championship -- struggled right out of the gate Thursday at the BMW where he carded a 73. Bob Harig


Windy City-Bound

Sept. 6, 2010: Prior to the Deutsche Bank, Tiger's status for the third FedEx Cup playoff event was uncertain. After finishing T-11, he punched his ticket to the BMW Championship. Scores


Straight Shooter

Sept. 5, 2010: For only the second time in 2010, Tiger Woods shot consecutive rounds in the 60s. Woods carded four birdies with two bogeys for a 69 and stands at 7 under through 54 holes. Scott Barboza


Building Block

Sept. 4, 2010: Don't get overly excited about Tiger's 65 on Saturday at the Deutsche Bank Championship. When he strings those together, then there's reason for optimism. Jason Sobel


Playoff Precipice

Sept. 3, 2010: If Tiger wants to keep playing -- beyond the second round at the Deutsche Bank Championship as well as in the FedEx Cup playoffs -- he'll need to go low Saturday after shooting 1-over 72 on Friday. Jason Sobel


Stay Tuned

Aug. 29, 2010: If you are to believe the talk that Tiger Woods is speaking after his final-round 67 on Sunday at the Barclays, good things on the golf course aren't far away. Jason Sobel


One More Week?

Aug. 28, 2010: A late run Saturday kept Tiger Woods at least looking like he'll be in the field next week at TPC Boston. Woods finished birdie-birdie to shoot a 1-over 72 at the Barclays. Recap


Putting Pitfalls

Aug. 27, 2010: Tiger's second-round 73 proved to be a microcosm of his life the past nine months. Fortunately for Woods, he still has 36 holes to earn his first win of 2010. Jason Sobel


Next Chapter?

Aug. 26, 2010: The Tiger Woods who shot a season-low 65 at the Barclays on Thursday simply looked like a different player from the one who hadn't broken 70 in more than a month. Jason Sobel


Repeat Performance

Aug. 15, 2010: Sunday was another up-and-down day for Tiger Woods. Despite a fast start, he was unable to make a move or solve what's been ailing his game. Woods carded a final-round 73 to finish in a tie for 28th place.Leaderboard


Missed Opportunities

Aug. 14, 2010: Tiger Woods battled on the back nine to finish the third round where he started (-3). However, that leaves him well off the pace heading into Sunday. Bob Harig


Opening Act

Aug. 12, 2010: For the first time in seven official rounds, Tiger Woods bested par. The world's No. 1 carded a 71 to trail clubhouse leaders Bubba Watson and Francesco Molinari by 3 shots at the PGA Championship. Bob Harig


Akron Collapse

Aug. 8, 2010: In a week that saw some historically bad performances from Tiger Woods, his 77 on Sunday proved to be his worst score, leaving him in a tie for 78th place. Bob Harig


Woods' Woes

Aug. 7, 2010: What in the world of high scores is going on this week at Firestone? If Tiger Woods keeps this up, he'll need a captain's pick just to play in the Ryder Cup -- assuming he even wants one. Bob Harig


Slouching Tiger

Aug. 6, 2010: Tiger Woods followed up a disastrous first round at the Bridgestone Invitational with an only slightly less dubious 2-over 72 on Friday. Bob Harig


Major Struggles

Aug. 5, 2010: Tiger Woods got off to an atrocious start Thursday on his way to a 4-over 74, his highest round ever at Firestone. Bob Harig


Up In The Air

July 18, 2010: For Woods, the questions continue after finishing tied for 23rd at the Open Championship. Bob Harig


Over And Out?

July 17, 2010: Tiger Woods could only manage a 1-over-par 73 on in Round 3 at the Open Championship. Unless he can manage a near-miracle on Sunday, his winless streak at majors will continue. Watch Interview


St. Andrews Survival

July 16, 2010: On an afternoon when pars felt like birdies, Tiger Woods tried to maintain the status quo and shot a 1-over-par 73 to stand tied for 15th when he finished his second round at the Open Championship on Friday. Watch Interview

• Gene Wojciechowski: Meet your 36-hole leader, Louis Oosthuizen


Strong And Steady

July 15, 2010: On a day when St. Andrews was to be had, Tiger Woods did exactly that. The No. 1 player in the world shot a 67 and made an early appearance on the leaderboard during the opening round of the British Open. Bob Harig

• Watch: Round 1 British Open highlights Video


Floundering In Philly

July 4, 2010:Tiger Woods, who failed to break par in any of the four rounds at the AT&T National, finished with a 71. Story

• Watch: Round 4 AT&T National highlights Video


Treading Water

July 3, 2010: In what has become an all too typical round for him, Tiger Woods managed his second-straight even-par 70 in Round 3 to remain at 3 over at the AT&T National.

• Watch: Round 3 AT&T National highlights Video


Woods continues inconsistent play

July 2, 2010: Tiger Woods continued his solid ball striking, but for a second-straight day, his balky putter kept him from making a charge up the leaderboard. Jason Sobel

• Watch: Round 2 AT&T National highlights Video


Puncher's Chance

July 1, 2010: Tiger Woods didn't play himself out of the AT&T National on Thursday, but he knows exactly what he needs to iron out if he's going to defend his title. Jason Sobel

• Watch: Round 1 AT&T National highlights Video


Roaring Tiger

June 19, 2010: Tiger Woods' aura of invincibility has vanished, but on Saturday at the U.S. Open he proved his game is hanging on. A third-round 66 transformed Woods from nonfactor into contender heading into Sunday's final round. Bob Harig


Major Disappointment

June 20, 2010: Tiger Woods just never got it going Sunday at the U.S. Open. A final-round 75 left Woods tied for third, three shots behind champion Graeme McDowell. Recap

• Watch: U.S. Open final highlights Video


Roaring Tiger

June 19, 2010: Tiger Woods' aura of invincibility has vanished, but on Saturday at the U.S. Open he proved his game is hanging on. A third-round 66 transformed Woods from nonfactor into contender heading into Sunday's final round. Bob Harig


June 19, 2010: Dustin Johnson might have led the 110th U.S. Open by 3 shots after 54 holes, but Tiger Woods provided the thunder at Pebble Beach. Story

• Watch: Rick Reilly wonders whether Tiger is back Video

• Watch: Tiger Woods discusses his third-round 66 Video


Rocky Road

June 18, 2010: The good news for Tiger Woods? He made his first birdie at the 2010 U.S. Open. The bad news? It came on his 20th hole. Woods' up-and-down round Friday left him at 4 over, well off the 36-hole lead. Story

June 18, 2010: Get a grip, Tiger. A U.S. Open victory this weekend at Pebble Beach might have been possible for the old you. Not this version, though. Gene Wojciechowski

• Watch: Tiger Woods Round 2 highlights and analysis Video


No Tweet Zone

June 17, 2010: Without a single birdie on his card, Tiger Woods shot an opening-round 74 to stand 5 strokes off the clubhouse lead. Story

• Watch: Tiger Woods Round 1 highlights and analysis Video


Pebble In His Sights

June 6, 2010: Coming into the Memorial, Tiger Woods said he was hopeful of getting in four rounds of competitive golf. He accomplished that goal with a final-round 72 and finished tied for 19th. Story

• Rose beats Fowler for Memorial Tournament title

• Watch: Final-round highlights from the Memorial Video


Fast Finish

June 5, 2010: Despite a double bogey at the par-4 10th hole, Tiger Woods battled back for a 3-under-par 69 in Round 3 of the Memorial.Recap


Making The Cut

June 4, 2010: Tiger Woods birdied three of his first five holes Friday, firing a 3-under-par 69 to easily make the cut Friday during second-round action at the Memorial. Bob Harig

• Watch: Woods improving after second round at Memorial Video


Turning Point
June 3, 2010: In just his 10th round of the year, Tiger Woods righted the ship with back-to-back birdies at Nos. 9 and 10 to shoot an even par 72 at the Memorial on Thursday. Bob Harig

• Watch: Tiger even after first round of Memorial Video


Troubled Tiger
May 9, 2010: After withdrawing from the Players Championship on Sunday, we found out that Tiger Woods' return to golfing glory might take a little longer than expected. Bob Harig

• Watch: Wilbon on Tiger needing to get back into his routine Video

• Watch: Harig's take on Tiger's WD at the Players Video

• Tiger cites neck injury for withdrawing from final round of the Players


Stuck In Neutral

May 8, 2010: To start Round 3 at the Players Championship, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson stood 9 shots off Lee Westwood's lead. As Lefty lept up the leaderboard, Woods did not and stood T-45 with 18 holes to go. Recap


Working The Weekend

May 7, 2010: Tiger Woods' missed cut streak likely ends at one. The world's No. 1-ranked player followed up an opening round 70 with a 71 on Friday at the Players Championship. He stands 9 shots behind clubhouse leader Lee Westwood. Bob Harig

• Watch: Tiger on his second-round 71 Video


Tiger 4 back after opening round at Sawgrass

May 6, 2010: Tiger Woods didn't have a blemish on his card until the 18th hole Thursday. Woods carded a 70 and stands 4 shots off the lead after Round 1. Story

• Bob Harig: New coach not the answer for Tiger


Believe it or not

April 30, 2010: Once Tiger realized he wasn't going to make the cut at Quail Hollow, the world No. 1 did something he never, ever does. He mailed it in. Jason Sobel
• Bob Harig: Tiger's 79 yields 6th missed cut of career

Homeward bound

April 30, 2010: The most stunning element of Tiger's sixth-career missed cut came from the indifference he displayed on his closing holes Friday at Quail Hollow. Bob Harig


Disparate Feel

April 29, 2010: Fans came in droves to watch Tiger the golfer at Quail Hollow, but how would they react to Woods the person in his first non-cloistered event? David Newton
• Bob Harig: Tiger opens with 74


Too little, too late for Tiger

April 11, 2010: Despite a pair of eagles on Sunday, Tiger Woods couldn't make up enough ground in the final round to catch Masters winner Phil Mickelson, who claimed his third green jacket and fourth major overall. Story

Tiger's 'lost' Masters diary

April 11, 2010: If Tiger Woods scribbled down his feelings about his first week back in golf at the Masters, what might they be? Here's one possibility. Gene Wojciechowski

• Masters leaderboard

• Watch: Final-round Masters highlights Video

• Watch: Tiger calls his Masters 'unsuccessful' Video

• Watch: North analyzes Tiger's Sunday Video


Moving Day takes Tiger for a ride

April 10, 2010: Tiger Woods had an up-and-down ride on Moving Day at the Masters, where he hung on to finish the third round within 4 shots of tourney leader Lee Westwood. Story

Woods scrambles to stay in contention

April 10, 2010: It was hardly a thing of beauty -- even Tiger Woods called it his "off day" -- but the world's most scrutinized golfer scrambled to stay in the mix at the Masters on Saturday. Bob Harig

• Masters leaderboard

• Watch: Third-round Masters highlights Video

• Tiger talks about Round 3 struggles Video


Tiger chasing pair of Brits

April 9, 2010: Englishmen Lee Westwood and Ian Poulter share the lead after two rounds at the Masters, with Tiger Woods trailing by just 2 strokes. Story

Woods in prime position

April 9, 2010: Ian Poulter and Lee Westwood share the 36-hole Masters lead. Standing in their rearview mirror? Tiger Woods. These final 36 holes at Augusta are going to be one tasty treat. Gene Wojciechowski

Tiger solid, if unspectacular

April 9, 2010: Tiger Woods followed up his surprising opening-round 68 with a solid 2-under-par 70 at Augusta National on Friday to stay in touch with the leaders heading into the weekend at the Masters. Bob Harig

• Masters leaderboard

• Tiger assesses his second-round performance Video

• Tiger's Round 2 Masters highlights Video

• Second-round highlights at the Masters Video


Woods sharp as ever in return

April 8, 2010: For the first time in 16 appearances at the Masters, Tiger Woods opened the tournament by breaking 70, shooting a 4-under 68 in his first competitive round since news of his scandal broke. Bob Harig

Kuchar, Choi unfazed by Tiger frenzy

April 8, 2010: Many wondered how the attention surrounding Tiger Woods at the Masters would affect his Thursday playing partners. In the end, it was business as usual -- and a pair of low scores -- for Matt Kuchar and K.J. Choi. Jeff Bradley

Tiger ad sends wrong signal

April 8, 2010: Nike's tone-deaf Tiger Woods ad proves that the embattled golfer and his advisers still don't comprehend the scope of his transgressions. Gene Wojciechowski

The true price of Tiger's rep

April 8, 2010: It's not just Tiger's golf rep that's on the line at the Masters. Peter Keating's next-level statistics and analytics blog says Tiger's corporate approval -- and the big money that goes with it -- is also at stake. Peter Keating

• Masters leaderboard

• Tiger's first-round Masters highlights Video

• Mike Tirico interviews Tiger after Round 1 Video

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