Host Tiger Woods coming last in Bahamas

Host Tiger Woods coming last in Bahamas

Reed dropped down the leaderboard following a round of 77 that included three bogeys and a double bogey.

"Looking at in the regular speed on a high definition television, you couldn't tell that at all", said Mark Russell, the PGA Tour's vice president of rules and competition.

Noren was two-over par after 10 holes and then after a birdie on 12 he completed his closing five holes in weird manner - birdie (14), eagle (15), triple-bogey (16), ace (17) and birdie (18) in a score of 70 that put him tied for eighth on eight-under.

Australia's Jason Day finished in 16th spot with a five-under total, one ahead of second-last Tiger Woods, who shot 73 and finished 17th in the 18-man field.

Johnson had a pair of sloppy bogeys early on the nine - one didn't bother him too much when 3-year-old son Tatum came out to greet him - and recovered nicely on the back nine with four straight birdies to get in the mix.

Justin Rose (65) finished third, while Henrik Stenson (71) was fourth.

Tony Finau had a 64 and was two shots behind. He has had enough rest for the tendon in his left elbow to quit bothering him on the golf course, and he gets another crack at winning this weekend.

"Hats off to John this week, he played incredible golf and he deserved to win this week".

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Summing up his year, Rahm said, "As I said, this year was not so much about golf, it was about me as a person, so to win as many times as I did last year, it just shows that when I get into contention, to me nothing else matters".

"There are days or weeks that they don't cooperate, so that's just part of the injuries I've gone through and aging".

"It's a little bit of a battle at times".

Everyone was under par going into the weekend, with Jason Day bringing up the rear at 1-under 143. "I think whoever plays the par 5s...with the better score's going to have a chance".

"It's definitely not alarming, for sure", said Woods, in his first 72-hole event since winning the Tour Championship.

Rahm, however, dismissed his putting at Albany, although he needed just 110 putts and ranked eighth in the field on the greens, and instead credited his ball-striking for the victory.

Woods said that while he doesn't have definitive plans for his schedule next year, he won't play in as many events as he did in 2018. "But I don't think they did previous year, and Rickie shot 11 under, right?" "It was like a well-oiled machine".

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