Colombian Camilo Villegas moved into the lead with an eight-under 64 which included nine birdies and a bogey, while Sung Kang, 33, is two shots back with Cameron Tringale at 66.
“We have all the contents of the black box, we’ve got everything,” sheriff Alex Villanueva said. “It’s completed, signed, sealed, and delivered. However, we can’t release it without the permission of the people involved in the collision.”
Lahiri has not had a great run so far in 2021 and has made the cut in just two of the seven starts with tied 39th at Puerto Rico being his best finish.
"Happy to report that I am back home and continuing my recovery," Woods said. "I am so grateful for the outpouring of support and encouragement that I have received over the past few weeks."
Indian golfer Shubhankar Sharma endured an early rough patch before a strong finish to card a one-over 73 in the final round and sign off tied 48th at the BMW PGA Championship
With Morikawa, Wolff, Hovland, Champ, Im, and Nieman staking their claim, golf's old guard is set to be challenged for supremacy in days to come.
Tiger Woods to make second start since PGA Tour’s ‘Return to Golf’ as action shifts to San Francisco
A modest T-40 finish at the Memorial Tournament has been Tiger Woods' only start since February.
Pan turned pro in 2015 and in 2019 became only the second Taiwanese pro to win on the PGA Tour after TC Chen’s win at the 1987 Los Angeles Open.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Indian Open stays on course in 2020 calendar; European Tour comes up with modest schedule
Though Keith Pelley, CEO of the European Tour, did not reveal any dates – he released dates only for the initial UK swing of six events and four Rolex events - the Hero Indian Open could come onto the calendar sometime in late October-early November.
Rashid dropped two shots in the first five holes but managed three birdies later on to finish one-under 71 for a total of nine-under 275.
Alfred Dunhill Links Championship: India's Gaganjeet Bhullar tied 53rd in first round; Shubhankar Sharma trails at 104
Gaganjeet Bhullar made a perfect start with three birdies on the trot but cooled off thereafter to be tied 53rd with a three-under 68 in the first round of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
Shubhankar Sharma fails to get PGA Tour card despite final round of 69 at Korn Ferry Tour Championship
Shubhankar Sharma, who had missed the cut in first two events and needed to finish sole sixth to make the card, was still in with a chance till the second round before a disappointing 77 on the third day ruined it all.
Wyndham Championship: South Korean duo An Byeong-hun, Im Sung-jae set early pace to share first-round lead
An and Im both played flawless rounds to move one shot clear atop the leaderboard after a low-scoring first round at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, North Carolina.
US Open Golf: Gary Woodland smothers defending champion Brooks Koepka's bid for history with maiden major win
Woodland punctuated the victory with a birdie bomb at 18, a final flourish in a display of back-nine fortitude that saw him convert a 54-hole lead for the first time in eight career attempts.
It was only the fourth time in 82 major starts that Woods began with a double bogey or worse, but the first time at a PGA. He opened with a triple bogey at last year's US Open and began with a double bogey on his way to winning the 2008 US Open.
Golfer Shubhankar Sharma's punishing schedule fuelled by prospective top-50 rank, Augusta Masters ticket
Shubhankar, who is almost guaranteed to become the Rookie of the Year on the European Tour following this week’s season-ending DP World Tour Championship in Dubai, is playing his 31st tournament in the 46th week of the year.
"I am really happy, really pleased with the way I played. I had a lot of birdie opportunities and I converted most of them, so very happy," Sharma said.
Aditi, who had missed the cut in previous two British Open appearances and the Scottish Open last year, made the cut at Scottish Open, but finished way down at tied 59th spot.
Lahiri has now been a regular on PGA Tour for three seasons, but is still searching for his breakthrough win. Meanwhile, Shubhankar makes a second start in Texas.
Everything went wrong for overnight joint leader Shubhankar at the challenging DLF golf course as he found bushes, water bodies, hit the flag once and also struggled with his putting to drop three double bogeys, three bogeys against six birdies to total four-under 284.