Bermuda Championship: Anirban Lahiri aiming to make up for last year's injury-enforced exit with strong showing
Lahiri, who withdrew midway through the Bermuda Championship last year due to an injury, will play with Scott Stallings and Wyndham Clark in the second group in the morning at Port Royal Golf Course.
Hero World Challenge: Sweden's Henrik Stenson ends title drought in Bahamas, Tiger Woods fades to fourth
Henrik Stenson of Sweden fired a sensational eagle on the par-five 15th hole en route to a one-shot win at the Hero World Challenge, giving him his first victory since August 2017.
Reigning US Open champion Reed surged ahead with a total of 12-under and is three shots clear of the field at the halfway stage of Hero World Challenge.
Hero World Challenge: Patrick Cantlay, Patrick Reed end day one as joint leaders; host Tiger Woods trails at T16
Despite the presence of an elite field of nine Major winners, the focus expectedly was on Tiger Woods, who was playing alongside Justin Thomas.
Shubhankar Sharma, who shot five-over 77 in the first round, is now seven-over for the tournament and has nine more holes to go in the second round.
Anirban Lahiri dropped six bogeys, a double bogey and two birdies in his final round to total nine-over 297.
Wyndham Championship: Anirban Lahiri picks up pace to compensate slow start, grabs 13th place with five-under 65
Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri opened the week at the Wyndham Championships with a five-under 65 to grab the tied 13th place after the opening round at the Sedgefield Country Club.
British Open 2017: Jordan Spieth's mental fortitude helped him stage gritty recovery and clinch title
A final round full of drama, a tale of mental fortitude and Jordan Spieth's transition from ice cold to red hot headlined the 146th Open at Royal Birkdale.
British Open 2017: Jordan Spieth continues charge, Branden Grace shoots a 62 to set new major record
Branden Grace took advantage of benign conditions on the links of Royal Birkdale that were a world away from the rain and wind that rendered shot-making almost impossible on Friday.
Jordan Spieth tops the leaderboard at -6 and exhibits tremendous self belief that reaffirms his position as the front-runner to wrest this championship.
Jordan Spieth handled the miserable conditions brilliantly in the second round of the British Open on Friday as he took a commanding two-shot lead into the weekend at Royal Birkdale.
World No 3 Jordan Spieth matched the course record 65 with a blemish-free card, making five birdies on the 2nd, 8th, 9th, 14th and 17th, hitting 15 greens in regulation along the way.
Meet Krishiv Tekchandani, a 15-year-old golfer who highlights the insanity needed to make it in professional sports
Chasing a career in golf, Krishiv Tekchandani, all of 15 years of age, has had to give up on many things kids his age take for granted.
Justin Rose, the 36-year-old Englishman outdueled Sweden's Henrik Stenson in a tension-packed Rio final-round thriller to capture the first Olympic golf title in 112 years.
Record-breaking Swede Henrik Stenson became the first Scandinavian male to capture a major when he won the British Open on Sunday, beating Phil Mickelson in an extraordinary final-round duel.
The 22-year-old Spieth became golf's first $22 million man — a PGA Tour record with just over $12 million in prize money, and the $10 million bonus for the FedEx Cup.
Coming off a six-month break to get his life in order, Johnson is as imposing as ever.
Swede Stenson, seeded one this week, never led before going down 4&3 to South African Louis Oosthuizen while fourth-seeded Northern Irishman McIlroy lost a see-sawing encounter with American Harris English after 19 holes.
Even with a four-shot lead, the final round was a battle. There were two trophies on display on the first tee. He knew he could still win the FedEx Cup even if he didn't win the Tour Championship. He figured good golf would take care of everything, and it did.
The 37-year-old Swede moved to the top of the FedEx Cup standings after two playoff events, assuring him his first trip to the Tour Championship and a clear shot at the $10 million prize.