Hero World Challenge 2017: Coverage of Tiger Woods' return

Tiger happy with how he competed in return (2:10)

Tiger Woods explains what he did well and how he hopes to compete at an elite level once again. (2:10)

All you need to know about Tiger Woods' latest return to competitive golf, as he took part in the Hero World Challenge 2017 in the Bahamas.

Coverage and schedule

Sunday: Tiger 'happy' with his week

Woods posted three under-par rounds for the week, including a final-round 4-under 68 that featured his eagle on No. 7 and a half-dozen birdies.

Saturday: Tiger struggles in third round

Woods struggled in the blustery Bahamas conditions, failing to make a birdie until the 14th hole and falling out of contention during the third round. His 3-over-par 75 left him in a tie for 10th place, 10 strokes behind then-leader Charley Hoffman.

Friday: Among the leaders

In just his second competitive round after a 10-month injury absence, Woods posted a 4-under 68, moving him into contention entering the weekend:

  • Post-round recap | Highlight

  • Bob Harig: Fellow Tour players enjoying the Tiger show. Read

  • Harig & Sobel: Why we're surprised by Tiger's return so far. Watch

  • Tiger's Masters odds make jump with Hero run. Read

  • Video: 'This is a different Tiger Woods' Watch

Thursday: Tiger officially returns

For the first time in 301 days, Tiger Woods played a competitive round of golf, with plenty of positives to take away and some understandable negatives that leave room for improvement:

Tiger Woods: The latest comeback

What should we make out of Tiger's latest return to competitive golf? Our experts weigh in:

  • Tiger speaks: He addresses his injury and DUI arrest ahead of Hero World Challenge. Read | Watch

  • Van Valkenburg: Time to let our appreciation of Tiger evolve in latest comeback. Read

  • Harig: So why do we really still care about Tiger? Read

  • Rinaldi: A look back at the stage of events that got us to Tiger Woods' return. Watch

  • Harig: Tiger's return doesn't mean he can play anywhere he wants. Read

  • The Undefeated: Woods is coming back to the PGA as a human, not a symbol of his father's or golf's hopes and dreams. Read

  • FiveThirtyEight: It's like Tiger Woods never left. Since 2014, he was in the news more than Spieth, DJ or McIlroy, even when he wasn't playing. Read