Tiger Woods, second on the all-time list with 14 major titles, has played sparingly since returning to golf in December after a 16-month layoff.
Jordan Spieth will compete at this week's Dean & DeLuca Invitational where he will be the hometown favourite for the last leg of the PGA Tour's 'Texas Swing.'
Billy Horschel said that she didn't have to go public about her alcoholism until she was ready to do so.
Shiv Kapur produced a magnificent finish for the second straight time with a closing eight-under 63, which brought him second win in a row.
Gaganjeet Bhullar is in third place on 198, while Kiradech Aphibarnrat marked his best efforts of the week with a 65 to be in the fourth position.
Aditi Ashok opened with a par, but then slipped with a double on 11th and further bogeys on 12th, 13th, 16th and 18th.
Anirban Lahiri, whose last sub-par round came on the first day at Texas Open, has not gone below 73 in his next seven rounds.
Anirban Lahiri shot himself out of the tournament with a nightmarish run over the last five holes of the opening round at Nelson Championships.
Aditi Ashok was sailing fine till a bogey-bogey finish derailed her first round at the Kingsmill Championship.
Reigning US Open champion Dustin Johnson is gunning for his fourth win in six outings.
Shiv Kapur will also carry excellent memories of the Thai Country Club, which is where he won his maiden Asian Tour title way back in 2005.
Anirban Lahiri missed the cut last week at the Players Championship after seeming to be coasting into the weekend.
Ian Poulter was playing on a major medical extension from a foot injury last year.
Sergio Garcia seized his long awaited Major title by winning the U.S. Masters and now has his eyes set on the PGA Tour's flagship event.
Sergio Garcia's week got off to a slow start when he battled to a one-over-par 73 on Thursday, which featured a hole-in-one on the island green par-3 17th hole.
Vijay Singh won 34 times on the PGA Tour, 22 times when he was in his 40s including two majors at the Masters and PGA Championship.
World number 84 Anirban Lahiri hooked three balls into the water hazard that lines the left side of the par-four hole, running up a sextuple-bogey 10.
Rory McIlroy was speaking after a second-round 71 left him five strokes off the clubhouse lead at the TPC Sawgrass.
South Africa's Louis Oosthuizen and Francesco Molinari of Italy head a list of 11 players who shot 69 and are two strokes off the lead.
Sergio Garcia trudged disconsolately to the tee at the island-green hole, three over par after a day of mediocrity at the TPC Sawgrass.
The par-four 12th has been changed considerably since last year, but that alone was not enough to entice Phil Mickelson onto the course.
Adam Scott is older than the current top five in the world and has watched with interest as Dustin Johnson took a grip on the number one ranking.
Reed surged to the front with birdies at his final two holes to post an eight-under 208 total ahead of Jon Rahm and Alex Noren.
Dustin Johnson was metaphorically bruised and battered by brutal windswept conditions as he slipped five strokes from the lead.
The Presidents Cup will return to Royal Melbourne Golf Club in 2019 with the Sandbelt course hosting the international team competition.
Tony Romo is one of more than 9,000 players who signed up for the U.S. Open. He is scheduled to play an 18-hole local qualifier on Monday.
Dustin Johnson has been sidelined due to a freak accident on the eve of last month's US Masters.
SSP Chawrasia and Aditi Ashok have been recommended for the Arjuna Award by the Indian Golf Union.
Cameron Smith underlined his enormous promise with his breakthrough win at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans team event.
SSP Chawrasia rounded off the week at the Volvo China Open with a one-under 71 that saw him finish Tied-36th.
Alexander Levy overturned a seven- stroke deficit in the final round to win the China Open in a playoff.
Shiv Kapur, who won his first international title after a gap of 12 years, dedicated his win to actor Vinod Khanna.
Shiv Kapur ended a 12-year wait for his second Asian Tour title when he turned in a blemish-free eight-under to clinch Yeangder Heritage.
Shiv Kapur is eight-under 208 and just two shots behind leader Yikeun Chang of Korea.
SSP Chawrasia, who had a fair number of birdies on first two days also, gave away a lot of bogeys, too.
Alexander Levy is looking to become the first golfer to win the Volvo China Open twice and take his tally of European Tour wins to four.