Tiger Woods looked very comfortable in a black pullover with the distinctive swoosh, seated behind a microphone in front of an overflow crowd of media and guests at Riviera Country Club. He was there on this rainy and cold Monday morning to push the Genesis Open, a tournament run by his company and benefiting his charity.
It’s been a quarter century since we’ve seen Tiger Woods play in the tournament more recognizable as the L.A. Open.
“I’ve always loved playing Riv,” Woods said. “I just never played it well. It’s the only reason” he didn’t play here for so long.
The ease with which Woods answered questions about everything from a golf club he found in the Bahamas to...
Tiger Woods, left, and Phil Mickelson wait on the tee box at No. 7 during the final round of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am on Sunday.