In his return to golf, Tiger Woods moves from No. 898 to 650 in the Official World Golf Ranking.
Mel Reid’s journey to the LPGA took longer than anyone expected, but she'll finally get her shot in 2017.
American Jaye Marie Green shot 74 in Sunday's final round to take first at the LPGA Q-School finals at LPGA International.
It was closer than he wanted, but Hideki Matsuyama successfully holds on to a 7-shot lead to capture Hero World Challenge.
Tiger Woods ended his long-awaited return to competitive golf by shooting a 76 Sunday in the final round of the Hero World Challenge.
The South African runs away from the field for his second European Tour title of the 2016 calendar year.
As Tiger Woods shows good signs in return, Hideki Matsuyama holds on for a two-shot win at the Hero World Challenge at Albany Golf Club.
After losing in a playoff at this event in 2015, Varner came back for first this time, and he made nine birdies on the final day to do it.
American Jaye Marie Green surpassed 17-year-old Nasa Hataoka to take a 2-shot lead Saturday in the 4th round of the LPGA Q-School finals.
Tiger Woods' stellar player in return has competitors excited. Still, it's Hideki who holds a commanding seven-shot lead in the Bahamas.
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