Japan's Hideki Matsuyama held off Swede Henrik Stenson's challenge to win the US$ 3.5 million event by two strokes at -18. The win in the Bahamas was Matsuyama's fourth win out of his last five starts worldwide. The event's host Tiger Woods had plenty of positives from his first competitive return in 15 months.
Denmark won the US$ 8 million World Cup of Golf for the first time as Søren Kjeldsen and Thorbjørn Olesen claimed a thrilling four-shot victory at Kingston Heath Golf Club. The Danes totaled up -20. France, China and U.S.A. were tied 2nd for -16. India's S.S.P. Chawrasia and Chikkarangappa S. tied 22nd at -5.
Gaganjeet Bhullar of India won the US$ 300,000 event in Indonesia for the second time in his career after closing with a -16 total on Monday. Bhullar finished three shots clear of fellow-countryman Jeev Milkha Singh who tied 2nd at -13 with three others.
Englishman Matthew Fitzpatrick holed a nerve-shredding putt at the 18th to win the season-ending US$ 8 million event by a single shot, scoring a -17 total. Sweden's Henrik Stenson claimed his second Race to Dubai title at the Jumeirah Golf Estates.
Rory McIlroy has his eyes on the Number One spot in the world as he looks to continue his remarkable record at the US$ 8 million in Dubai starting on Thursday. The Northern Irishman had spent 95 weeks at #1 in the Official World Golf Ranking but has been off it since September 2015, with Jordan Spieth (USA) and Jason Day (AUS) battling it out for top spot.
India’s S.S.P. Chawrasia lifted his first title abroad after prevailing at the second play-off hole against Nicholas Fung (MAS) and Sam Chien (USA) to win the US$ 1 million event on Sunday. Their regulation scores were -19. A trio of Indians Shubhankar Sharma, Chiragh Kumar and Jyoti Randhawa were tied 4th at -18.
Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama became the first Asian player to win a World Golf Championship after he outclassed the star-studded field with a -23 total to win the US$ 9.5 million event on Sunday. Henrik Stenson of Sweden shared 2nd place with USA's Daniel Berger at -16, Rory McIlroy was tied 4th at -15.
Team USA defeated Team Europe comprehensively with a 17 - 11 tally to win the Ryder Cup after an eight-year spell. USA's Phil Mickelson was under added pressure "when some dumb ass opened his mouth two years ago" following the loss in 2014. Europe's captain Darren Clarke was proud of the manner his team gave their best effort to retain the Cup.