Woods finishes strong with final-round 68 at Hero

Woods finishes strong with final-round 68 at Hero

Woods finishes strong with final-round 68 at Hero

The major story this week was Tiger Woods' latest return to golf.

Woods, the former longtime world No. 1 and 14-time major champion, had not officially logged four competitive rounds since the Wyndham Championship on August 20-23, 2015.

His eight-under-par total was good enough to beat world No.1 Dustin Johnson, FedEx Cup victor and world No. 3 Justin Thomas and US Open champion Brooks Koepka and it lifted Woods from 1,199th to 668th in the world golf rankings. Fowler entered the final round seven shots behind Charley Hoffman, but shot 61 to win by four.

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Harmon said he was encouraged by two things: Woods has his swing speed back and seems to have total freedom in his golf swing - "I don't see any of the up-and-down movements that he used to put in there", Harmon wrote. - and Woods is pain-free. "I really drove the ball a lot better than I was thinking, especially distance-wise".

"Then I thought he would play but never win again".

Fowler made birdies in a variety of ways Sunday, holing out from the bunker and draining long putts. "I just ended up in bad spots after good shots". He told reporters he experienced "no pain" over the weekend and believes he still has a "bright future" on the course. It was also his first tournament since undergoing a fourth back surgery in April. 1-7 - in his bogey-free round, leading him to victory in the 18-player field.

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Although the birdie run eventually came to a halt with a two-putt par at the eighth, Fowler added another at the ninth to reach the turn in 28 and pick up three more over his back nine.

Jordan Spieth, tied for second to start the round, fired a final-round 69 to share third with England's Tommy Fleetwood, who signed for a 67.

World No. 1 Dustin Johnson finished in a tie for 14th at 288 after a final-round 72.

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With a squad largely made up of players from Tunisian clubs Esperance and Etoile du Sahel, they also lack top-level pedigree. "We've got six days of rest after our first game, which if they are anxious about travel, that shouldn't be an issue".

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