1. The Meaning of Tiger’s Victory Opinion, April 17

    A reader says that if he could come back from adversity, so can we.

  2. 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.

  3. Trump Says He Will Give Tiger Woods the Presidential Medal of Freedom Sports, April 15

    The president has lavished praise on Woods, a golf and business partner, for winning the Masters on Sunday in a dramatic comeback.

  4. Trump Says He Will Give Tiger Woods the Presidential Medal of Freedom Sports, April 15

    The president has lavished praise on Woods, a golf and business partner, for winning the Masters on Sunday in a dramatic comeback.

  5. Tiger Woods and the Game of Life Opinion, April 15

    Golf is all about how you react when you get a bad bounce.

  6. What’s Next for Tiger Woods? Sports, April 15

    After his Masters triumph, fans began looking ahead. Is he back, after a decade of injury and personal adversity? Or was the comeback a last hurrah?

  7. Tiger Woods Showed He Was Back Not With a Shot, but With a Stare Sports, April 14

    As he stood on the 12th green, glaring at Francesco Molinari and Tony Finau, Woods found the killer instinct he — and golf as a whole — had been missing.

  8. Tiger Woods, in a Stirring Return to the Top, Captures the Masters at 43 Sports, April 14

    After four back operations and nearly a decade of struggles on and off the golf course, Woods is back at the pinnacle.

  9. 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.

  10. Tiger Woods, in Range of Masters Win, Displays His Dominance for New Generation Sports, April 13

    Woods is tied for second going into the final round at Augusta National. A win would be something no one thought possible by him as recently as two years ago.

  11. Eye-Opening Augusta Sports, April 13

    Once a year, Augusta National Golf Club opens its exclusive gates to the world for the Masters. The world is treated to a jewel of history and nature.

  12. 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.

  13. A Pack of Champs Lead the Masters, and Tiger Woods Refuses to Be Tripped Up Sports, April 12

    Five major winners, including Francesco Molinari and Brooks Koepka, are tied at seven under par after the second round. Woods, despite a mishap on the course, is a stroke behind.

  14. Tony Finau, on Another Masters Adventure, Carries Memories of an Idol Sports, April 11

    Finau kept a ball signed by Billy Casper, the 1970 champion, in his bag during the opening round. Casper had offered encouragement to Finau when he was taking up golf.

  15. Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau Share the Masters Lead Sports, April 11

    Tiger Woods led for part of the opening round. He shot a two-under-par 70, the same first-round score he had when he won in 1997, 2001 and 2002.

  16. Marilynn Smith, an L.P.G.A. Founder and Tour Champion, Is Dead at 89 Obituaries, 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.

  17. The Snake Lady and the Masters: Augusta Imagines Life Post-Strip Clubs U.S., April 8

    It is hard to imagine Augusta without Whitey Lester, a downtown fixture for decades and the city’s last strip-club impresario.

  18. Jin Young Ko Continues Her Surge With Win at ANA Inspiration Sports, April 7

    A fortunate pairing with David Brooker, a top caddie, has led to Ko dominating the L.P.G.A., even if her goal is simply happiness.

  19. Big Week for Women’s Golf, but Perhaps Not for Progress Sports, April 6

    The Augusta National Women’s Amateur having a bigger stage and audience than the L.P.G.A.’s first major this week may not best serve the cause of equality.

  20. ANA Inspiration: In-Kyung Kim Takes Lead 7 Years After a 1-Foot Miss Sports, April 5

    The South Korean shot a seven-under-par 65 to take a three-shot second-round lead over Katherine Kirk in the first L.P.G.A. major of the year.

  21. Ally McDonald Takes First-Round Lead in ANA Inspiration Sports, April 4

    McDonald, who birdied the final hole, leads four other players, including Lexi Thompson, by a stroke in the first L.P.G.A. major of the year.

  22. Will Augusta National’s New Event for Women Upstage L.P.G.A. Stars? Sports, April 3

    Augusta National officials have trumpeted their amateur invitational as a grand stage for women’s golf, even though it conflicts with the first major of the year.

  23. Kevin Kisner, in Return to World Match Play Final, Beats Matt Kuchar Sports, March 31

    Kisner, who lost to Bubba Watson last year, gained his first PGA victory since 2017. Despite the loss, Kuchar moved to the top of the FedEx Cup standings.

  24. In Match Play, Rory McIlroy Melts Down Early, and Tiger Woods Is Stunned Late Sports, March 30

    A comedy of bad shots cost McIlroy in his match against Woods and led to his sulking off after he lost the match on No. 17. Woods then lost to Lucas Bjerregaard.