1. Tiger Woods Withdraws from PGA Championship Sports, Yesterday

    Recovering from leg injuries from a car crash last year, he had struggled at the Masters and now again at the PGA Championship.

  2. Justin Thomas Has Something to Prove, and a Chance to Prove It Sports, May 20

    He’ll have to get past several rising young players to win his second major title. Tiger Woods made the cut at the P.G.A. Championship but is a dozen strokes off the lead.

  3. Tiger Woods: My Leg Feels OK, as Long as I Don’t Play Golf Sports, May 19

    Woods could make only wry jokes after a painful and disappointing first round at the P.G.A. Championship.

  4. Tiger Woods Struggles at the P.G.A. Championship Sports, May 19

    In his first tournament since the Masters in April, Woods finished his first nine holes at even par but ended the round at a disappointing four over.

  5. Jordan Spieth Is Muttering Less and Smiling More Sports, May 18

    And why not? After a couple of years of uncharacteristically mediocre play, he sees an opportunity at the P.G.A. Championship to complete a career Grand Slam.

  6. ‘I Believe in Legacies’: Woods Chides Mickelson on the Eve of a Major Sports, May 17

    In remarks before the P.G.A. Championship, Tiger Woods distanced himself from his longtime rival, Phil Mickelson, who stirred controversy with his support of an upstart Saudi-backed golf tour.

  7. PGA Tour Denies Golfers Waivers for Saudi-Backed Tournament Sports, May 11

    The tour said it would suspend players who defect to Greg Norman’s rival LIV Golf series. Norman then added to his new tour’s problems with dismissive comments about the murder of a U.S. journalist.

  8. Who Gets to Tell the Story? Views Differ. Opinion, May 1

    Readers respond to Pamela Paul’s first column, about “lived experience.” Also: Those who golf; women’s office clothing.

  9. The Oddities That Make the Masters Unique Interactive, April 10

    The Masters Tournament, played annually at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia, is one of the South’s grandest spring traditions. It also has its quirks.

  10. Honoring Tiger Woods, in Red and Black Interactive, February 28

    Woods’s signature final-round outfit was seemingly everywhere in the golf world on Sunday.

  11. Tiger Woods Career: Improbable Highs and Devastating Setbacks Interactive, February 24

    Tiger Woods is the greatest golfer of his generation. But his car accident on Tuesday was the latest setback in a career full of them.

  12. Trump’s Taxes Show Chronic Losses and Years of Income Tax Avoidance Interactive, September 27

    The Times obtained Donald Trump’s tax information extending over more than two decades, revealing struggling properties, vast write-offs, an audit battle and hundreds of millions in debt coming due.

  13. Charting an Empire: A Timeline of Trump’s Finances Interactive, September 27

    Tax records provide a detailed history of President Trump’s business career, revealing huge losses, looming financial threats and a large, contested refund fro...

  14. Ryder Cup Postponed Until 2021 to Accommodate Fans Sports, July 8

    Many of the world’s top golfers had objected to holding the tournament without fans, threatening to drop out of the biennial event if it was not postponed.

  15. Golf Looks to a Tiger Boom 2.0 Sports, April 16

    Interest boomed and prize money skyrocketed after Tiger Woods burst onto the scene. In his absence it stagnated. Now comes another chance.

  16. How Do You Know Tiger Woods Is Coming? Listen for the Roar Sports, April 13

    Ropes and security kept the crowds at the Masters in place, but nothing could contain the sound of their cheers when Woods was around. Imagine if he wins.

  17. At the Masters, Jason Day Again Finds Pain and Perseverance Sports, April 12

    The Australian has been ridiculed for always being hobbled by some pain or ailment. This time, his back issues helped him sharpen his focus on the way to a share of the lead.

  18. Sergio García’s Hunt for the Perfect Caddie Sports, April 11

    He considered his wife and a former tennis star before settling on his brother. “He’s excited about caddying here, but it is not the holidays.”

  19. Marilynn Smith, an L.P.G.A. Founder and Tour Champion, Is Dead at 89 Obits, April 9

    She was one of 13 women who started a league of their own, having so little money at first that they traveled to tournaments in highway caravans.