It took an extra day but it was worth the wait for India’s Shubhankar Sharma, who took his first European Tour title on Monday at the Joburg Open in South Africa.
Just 21, Sharma has now clinched a spot in the 2018 Open Championship, finishing Sunday’s round with a 69. It was just his 10th start on the European Tour….
The 2016-2017 PGA Tour season began on October 16, 2016 and lasted until September 24, 2017.
American Justin Thomas was the big dog on tour, winning the PGA Tour Player of the Year trophy, the PGA Player of the Year, the FedEx Cup title and leading the tour in money, earning a cool $9.921 million to edge out longtime friend…
He’s nowhere near the Top 10, but Tiger Woods at least doesn’t have a four-digit ranking anymore.
Following his ninth-place finish at the Hero World Challenge last week, Woods put positive points on his Official World Golf Ranking (OWGR) for the first time in almost a year.
Ranked 1,199th entering the tournament, he climbed 531 spots to No. 668. If Woods…
India’s Shubhankar Sharma roared to a 5-stroke lead after shooting a 65 on Saturday at the Joburg Open.
He’s the first player to be 20-under after three rounds of an European Tour event since Rory McIlroy did so at the 2015 Omega Dubai Desert Classic.
This is just the 10th Euro Tour event for Sharma, but he’s clearly in the right…
Finland’s Tapio Pulkkanen leads the Joburg Open after two rounds thanks to his Friday 64.
The 27-year-old is 14-under and has a 1-stroke lead over Shubhankar Sharma. Sharma had the low-round of the day with a 61. Third place is a tie between another Finn, Mikko Korhonen, and South Africa’s own Erik van Rooyen.
Any players who are not already exempt…
With all the focus on Tiger Woods, someone forgot to notice Rickie Fowler until it was too late.
The American fired a 61 on Sunday to win the Hero World Challenge by 4 strokes over three-day leader Charley Hoffman. Fowler finished 18-under par and won $10 million. He was down seven strokes to start the round but recorded seven straight…
Tiger Woods looked human again while Charley Hoffman looked anything but in opening up a lead at the Hero Word Challenge in The Bahamas.
Hoffman shot a 70 on Saturday to take a 5-stroke lead over Jordan Spieth and Justin Rose. High winds cut down on the number of low scores over the first two days of competition.
Wood struggled to…
Tiger Woods rode a strong front 9 to a 4-under 68 on Friday, putting him tied for fifth at 7-under at the Hero World Challenge in The Bahamas.
Woods is tied for fifth place at 7-under. Charley Hoffman is the leader after firing a 9-under 63. Hoffman is at 12-under, followed by Jordan Spieth and Tommy Fleetwood at 9-under.
Tiger Woods is playing his first round of professional golf today since last February. Take a look throughout the afternoon for live updates from the Hero World Challenge.
4:13 p.m. EDT – Round One is in the books with Tiger Woods tied for 8th at 3-under. Just two players shot over par: Daniel Berger (+3) and Alex Noren (+1).