Tiger Woods made golf history Monday when he won the Zozo Championship in Japan for his 82nd US PGA Tour victory -- equalling Sam Snead's 54-year-old record and adding to his long list of achievements.
Tiger Woods closed in on a record-equalling 82nd PGA Tour victory Sunday with a third-round 66 to move to 16-under par at the weather-delayed Zozo Championship while Rory McIlroy leapt into the top 10 after a 63.
Tiger Woods has earned a total of $1.4 billion since turning pro in 1996. No other golfer has earned as much. And with his shocking return to form last April to win Augusta Masters, there is all likelihood he will set even more earning records.
Tiger Woods got on the birdie bandwagon at the US Open on Sunday with six birdies on his last 12 holes. But after four bogeys in his first five, it was too little too late, the 15-time major winner finishing two-under and 11 shots off the pace set by Gary Woodland.