Woods completed 72 holes for the first time in three years when he finished equal ninth of 18 players at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas.
Sergio Garcia produced a masterful display of bogey-free golf over 27 holes on Sunday to open his season with a five-shot victory at the weather-disrupted Singapore Open.
Torrey Pines, where Tiger Woods has won eight times, will be the first of what the 42-year-old hopes will be the start of a busy schedule up to the year's first major, the Masters in April.
Gaganjeet Bhullar was the best-placed Indian while Sergio Garcia was in the joint lead when inclement weather stopped play at the SMBC Singapore Open.
Vani Kapoor shot two-over 74 to take a two-shot lead after the opening day of the inaugural leg of the Hero Women's Pro Golf Tour.
Asia battled successfully in the latter half to win three matches in a row and keep their noses ahead
McIlroy revealed he had contracted a virus in China that, according to tests, has affected his heart.
Jaysinh Dave carded a net score of 72 to emerge victorious on day three of the Mumbai qualifications.
From a reluctant participant at Joburg Open to securing British Open invite, Shubhankar Sharma makes rapid strides.
Arjun Atwal turned to his close friend Tiger Woods for a word of advice soon after being appointed captain of Team Asia for the third edition of the EurAsia Cup.
Dustin Johnson eased to an eight-shot victory.
Tiger Woods will make his much-anticipated 2018 debut at this month's Farmers Insurance Open in San Diego, his first official PGA Tour event since missing the cut at the same tournament last year.
Jordan Spieth knows he will face stiff competition in 2018 from fellow 20-somethings like compatriot Justin Thomas, the defending champion at Kapalua.
Shiv Kapur produced a dramatic turnaround in the closing stages to win the Royal Cup and end the year on a high note by claiming his third Asian Tour title of 2017.
Shiv Kapur continued his quest for a third title this season as he shot a bogey free 68 to share the lead with Prom Meesawat of Thailand.
On Sunday, Shubhankar Sharma won his fifth title on the PGTI circuit by winning the Mcleod Russel Tour Championship in Kolkata, edging out Delhi’s Rashid Khan by one shot to finish with an overall score of 17-under-271.
Shubhankar Sharma is excited at the prospect of playing with his 'idol' Tiger Woods at the next year's Open Championship.
Shubhankar Sharma rallied to snatch the Rs 1.5 crore McLeod Russel Tour Championship 2017 in Kolkata on Sunday to sign off the season with three wins.
Tiger Woods began working with Como after a forgettable 2014 season during which injuries limited him to seven official PGA Tour events, missing the cut in two.
There will be no restriction on the number of foreigners with the Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI) becoming an 'Open Tour' from 2018 onward.
As the only Indian golfer in the field of 240 players in the Joburg Open, Shubhankar Sharma came to the tri-sanctioned event on the European, Asian and Sunshine Tours after playing on three continents.
Shubhankar Sharma had a four-stroke lead in the Joburg Open with 11 holes left Sunday when lightning and heavy rain forced the suspension of play.
Aditi Ashok rounded off a great year with a tied-5th finish at the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic in Dubai on Saturday.
Rory McIlroy has announced he will play at least seven events in early 2018 in a busy build-up to the U.S. Masters.
SSP Chawrasia says he is counting on his extensive experience to guide Team Asia when it faces Team Europe when the event takes place between January 12 and 14.
The show that Tiger Woods put on last week in his latest comeback from injury was enough to convince a pair of major winners that he may still be able to triumph in golf's blue riband events.
The ever secretive Tiger Woods has revealed few specifics of his back operations or his rehabilitation.
The tournament, which has been held 58 times across 25 countries since 1953, will feature 28 two-person teams representing their countries from Nov. 21-25.
Sixteen-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal, while holidaying in the Bahamas, turned up at the Albany Golf Course to watch Tiger Woods in action
Tiger Woods played some of the best golf of his comeback with a final-round four-under 68 to tie for ninth at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas.
Arjun Atwal was felled in the first play-off hole by Dylan Frittelli of South Africa in a thrilling final day at the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open.
Tiger Woods said he had some bad breaks on Saturday and that his game was better than his scorecard suggested.
Arjun Atwal fought tough conditions and fatigue to keep a share of the lead with a battling three-under-par 68 at the end of the third round at Mauritius Open.
The solid effort left Tiger Woods at seven-under 137 in his first tournament in nearly 10 months following spinal fusion surgery.
Arjun Atwal totalled 10-under-par 132 to hold a one-shot advantage over Dylan Frittelli (66) of South Africa and Laurie Canter (66) of England.
Tommy Fleetwood was fully focused on the golf despite his wedding next week as he took the lead in the Hero World Challenge