Follow Tiger Woods shot by shot as he looks to back up a sensational 65 Saturday at the Hero World Challenge at Albany Golf Club.
The 23-year-old looks to prevent Schwartzel from winning this tournament for the fourth time in five years.
Five players earned 2017 PGA Tour Champions cards Friday at Q-School, find out who they were.
17-year-old Nasa Hataoka continued her strong week to take the outright LPGA Q-School lead at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Fla.
Beth Allen is coming off the best year of her life having locked up the Order of Merit title and sits T-10 in her sixth LPGA Q-School finals appearance.
The UCLA star is in a tie for 43rd through 54 holes at LPGA Q-School, but she isn't worried about being behind the cut to grab an LPGA card.
Olafia Kristinsdottir had a cheering section Friday at LPGA Q-School and is poised to become the first Icelander ever to earn her LPGA card.
Brandon Stone shot 66 Friday to take a one-shot lead over Charl Schwartzel at the Alfred Dunhill Championship.
Adam Scott is just four back of Andrew Dodt, who holds a two-shot lead through 36 holes at the Australian PGA Championship.
Tiger Woods shoots a 7-under 65 in Round 2 at the Hero World Challenge and finds himself five back of Johnson and Matsuyama.
The latest, straight
to your Inbox.
Subscribe to Golfweek’s newsletters to receive news and exclusive content
IN THIS ISSUE
- Drivers used by the PGA Tour’s big hitters
- VIDEO: This Week in Gear, Wilson Staff Triton Driver
- Tiger Woods to play Bridgestone B330S at Hero World Challenge
- Fashion: Tiger Woods to debut new Nike golf shoe in Bahamas
- The Nice List: Holiday gift guide for golfers
- Driver error: Wilson Triton weeks away from USGA approval
- TaylorMade Spider Tour Putters
Get one year
for less than
the price of