Vani Kapoor faltered on the back nine with three bogeys and missed the cut by one shot in the Andalucía Costa del Sol Open de España Femenino in Marbella on Saturday.
SSP Chawrasia (72) was the top Indian after three rounds at the Asia-Pacific Diamond Cup, while the other two -- Rahil Gangjee (79) and S Chikkarangappa (76) slipped down the standings.
Tiger Woods said his six-month back X-rays are coming up at which point his surgeon will give him the parameters of what he can do moving forward. Woods also said he is sleeping better and no longer has nerve pain going down his leg.
Rahil Gangjee started on the back nine with one birdie and one bogey. He bogeyed the seventh and ended the day at 67.
Indian golfer Vani Kapoor shot even par 72 with five birdies against five bogeys to lie tied-52nd at the end of the first round in the Andalucia Costa del Sol Open de Espana Femenino in Marbella on Friday.
Tvesa Malik surged way ahead of the rest of the field despite the tough weather conditions as she shot the day's best score of 73 to win her second title in five starts.
Honey Baisoya's second win of the season earned him a prize money of Rs. 4,50,000 and also lifted him from sixth to fourth place in the PGTI Order of Merit.
Four-times major winner Rory McIlroy believes the PGA Tour will eventually merge with the European Tour as it is "counter-productive" for them to compete against each other.
Lydia Ko bogeyed the final hole to miss a place in a playoff as she chased her first tournament victory in 14 months. She said the tour has become increasingly competitive.
Kyle Stanley marked his first appearance at East Lake by upstaging the big names to take the first-round lead with a six-under-par 64 at the Tour Championship.
Honey Baisoya, who totalled 15-under-201 for three days, is now well-placed for a successful title defence at the PGTI Players Championship.
Jordan Spieth feels good about the quality of his game heading into the season-ending Tour Championship starting in Atlanta, even if he is not holing as many long putts as when he won the event in 2015.
Dustin Johnson is one of five golfers who control their fate this week at East Lake in Atlanta where a win would secure the FedExCup title and the $10 million first-prize bonus.
Amandeep leads Gaurika by only Rs. 13,100 at this stage. While Amandeep leads the Merit list, Gaurika and Gursimar follow her in second and third places and Saaniya is fourth.
Aman Raj took the early advantage, thanks to a round that featured an outstanding nine birdies against two bogeys.
The European Tour confirmed on Monday that the Northern Irishman will join tournament host Lee Westwood and U.S. Masters champion Lee Garcia at the Close House course near Newcastle upon Tyne.
Anirban Lahiri, who opened the 2017 season, which began last October with a tied-3rd at the CIMB Classic in Malaysia, closed with another top-10 finish and ended 51st in the final rankings.
Jerry Kelly closed with a 3-under 68 in chilly, rainy conditions for a one-stroke victory over Janzen on Bear Mountain's Mountain Course. The three-time PGA Tour winner won the Boeing Classic outside Seattle last month for his first senior title.
Robert Coles beat Josh Speight of Locust Hill, Virginia, 2 and 1 and Britain and Ireland took 7 1/2 of the 10 singles points to successfully defend the Llandudno International Trophy for the first time since 1984.
Marc Leishman made back-to-back birdies to put away the final challenge, and then added one more for a 4-under 67 to set the tournament scoring record and win the BMW Championships.
Anna Nordqvist was five shots behind on Saturday but she carded two eagles for a six-under-par 66, ending Sunday nine under with Altomare.
Rahil Gangjee (73) and Gaganjeet Bhullar (70) slipped further in the fourth and final round of Shinahan Donghae Open golf in Incheon on Sunday.
Anirban Lahiri, whose putting has let him down a fair bit over last few tournaments, missed at least three putts inside eight feet. Yet his first round 67 and third round 68 have enabled him to get to seven-under 206 and improve to tied 27th place.
Aditi Ashok had an extremely rough outing to register her first one-over 72. In the second round, Aditi had four bogeys and a double in conditions that have been tough through the week and the event reduced to 54 holes.
Marc Leishman got up-and-down from a tough lie behind the 18th green for one last birdie that gave him a 3-under 68 and extended his lead to five shots over Jason Day and Rickie Fowler going into the final round at Conway Farms.
Anirban Lahiri opened with a string of seven pars before holing birdies on eighth and ninth holes to turn in two-under. A bogey on 13th was made up with a birdie on 15th, but closing bogeys on 17th and 18th spoilt his card.
Moriya Jutanugarn, whose younger sister Ariya is a major champion, stayed composed throughout, mixing five birdies and two bogeys to snatch the lead from US Open champion Park Sung-hyun.
Aditi Ashok birdied three of four par-5s, but also dropped three bogeys and a double bogey to finish with a modest one-over 72 in the opening round of Evian Championships, the season's fifth and final golf Major for women, on Friday.
Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri missed a fair number of short putts, yet his four-under 67 that included a bogey on the 18th gave him his best start at BMW Championships, the third leg of the FedExCup play-offs on the PGA Tour, in Lake Forest on Friday.
Jason Day had a new caddie to carry his clubs but was stuck with the same old troublesome back in the opening round of the BMW Championship. Day strode the fairways in the company of childhood friend Luke Reardon, who was working as a fill-in caddie.
Consecutive runner-up finishes elevated Spieth to No. 1 in the FedEx Cup going into the BMW Championship, and that's not a bad place to be. He is assured of being among the top five seeds who only have to win the Tour Championship.
It was the third split this year involving top players and their longtime caddies. Phil Mickelson and Jim "Bones" Mackay split after 25 years, while Rory McIlroy parted with J.P. Fitzgerald after nearly a decade.
South Korean women have captured three of the four majors completed this year, with the other title going to an American of Korean parents.
Anirban Lahiri, who squeezed in as the last man for the BMW, will get to play the full week, as there is no cut at the USD 8.75 million event. Lahiri will be excited to get a full four rounds before his dream event, the President's Cup, for which he was the Captain Nick Price's pick last week.
Ernie Els has pulled out of the KLM Open golf tournament so he can stay with family and friends in Florida to deal with the fallout from Hurricane Irma.
India's Shiv Kapur carded two-under 68 in the final round to get to six- under 274 and finished tied 20th at the Omega European Masters golf tournament. Kapur had five birdies against three bogeys and closed the day with a birdie on 18th.