Indian golfers drew a blank as both Anirban Lahiri and Shubhankar Sharma missed the halfway cut at the Genesis Scottish Open.
Returning to action the star Indian golfer will look to put up a good show.
Koepka, a former world number one, became the latest big name to join the lucrative LIV Series, joining a list that includes six-times major champion Phil Mickelson, former Masters champion Dustin Johnson and former U.S. Open champion Bryson DeChambeau.
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Sharma had as many as 18 birdies over four days. But the Indian also gave away 13 bogeys.
Woods shot a second-round 1-under 69 that put him at 3-over par for the tournament, one shot inside the cut line.
Tiger Woods is back at the PGA and more optimistic than he was a month ago at the Masters.
Sandhu, winner of a Japan Challenge Tour event in 2017, is now one-under for 36 holes and lies T-20 after two rounds.
Vani, starting from the 10th, had two birdies against one bogey on the front nine of the GAMS-Werdenberg Golf Club.
Diksha should have an easy passage into the semis as the German had qualified as the eighth-best with rounds of 100 and 96.
Lahiri is currently 11th in the standings. The qualification period runs from the 2021 Open Championship to the 2022 BMW Championship.
For Lahiri, who had 69s on the first and moving days, the second and fourth round cards of 73 and 74 let him down.
Lahiri hit 16 of the 18 greens in regulation and was bogey free for the day. With rounds of 69-73-69, he is now two-under and tied for 56th spot.
Tiger Woods' 6-over 78 marked his worst in 93 career rounds at the tournament he has come to define and left him at 7-over.
Scheffler looked oblivious to the harsh conditions Saturday, at one point stretching his lead to six shots.
Woods made a terrific comeback with four birdies against two more bogeys for a day's work of 2-over 74 that put him at one-over 145 for 36 holes and kept him inside Top-20 at tied 19th.
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Woods twirled his club after good shots, and there were enough. He pumped his fist after his longest birdie putt. And then normalcy gave way to reality when he used his wedge as a walking stick for his once-battered and now weary legs for a final climb toward the 18th green.
There are a number of golfers who would be holding realistic aspirations of donning the coveted Green Jacket
It’s been 25 years since Tiger Woods famously won the first of his five Masters titles.
Tiger Woods has said it would be a “game-time” decision whether his battered right leg and ankle can handle walking and competing over 18 holes at Augusta National.
Lahiri hit 14 of 18 greens in regulation during his final round. His 13th place finish here comes after a memorable second place at The Players Championship last month.
Scotland's Russell Knox opened with a 65 to lead the $8.6 million PGA TOUR event.
Lahiri enjoyed his best finish in the PGA Tour at THE PLAYERS Championship at TPC Sawgrass two weeks ago.
If one goes by pedigree and past record, Gaganjeet Bhullar (fourth at four-under) has to fancy his chances. Nine wins on the Asian Tour (the most by an Indian) and local knowledge should count for something.