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  1. After how he ended last year, Tiger Woods set the bar high -- again. At age 44 and with his health history, this week made it clear there are still going to be times when his game and body aren't quite right.
  2. Adam Scott survived a calamitous Sunday with just enough clutch putts and closed with 1-under 70 for a two-shot victory in the Genesis Invitational.
  3. Tiger Woods struggled to the finish on Sunday at the Genesis Invitational, closing with a 6-over 77 for one of the worst 72-hole performances of his career. He had seven bogeys and a double-bogey en route to finishing last among those who made the cut.
  4. Scott Parel overcame a three-shot deficit Sunday and closed with an 8-under 63 to win the Chubb Classic by two shots over Bob Estes, his third career victory on the PGA Tour Champions to surpass $5 million for his career.
  5. Inbee Park won the Women's Australian Open by three strokes Sunday for her first LPGA title since March 2018.
  6. While Stephen Leaney leads the Chubb Classic by a stroke over Bernhard Langer heading into Sunday's final round, it's Fred Funk looking to make history. Two shots back, Funk looks to become the oldest competitor to win a PGA Tour Champions event.
  7. Rory McIlroy shot a 3-under 68 at Riviera on Saturday to share the 54-hole lead with Matt Kuchar and Adam Scott going into Sunday's final round of the Genesis Invitational.
  8. A day after the surprising decision to skip the WGC-Mexico Championship, Woods had another four-putt green en route to a 76 -- his highest score since The Open last July.
  9. Tiger isn't right. Rory McIlroy, Adam Scott and Matt Kuchar are in the final group. There's a lot going on in Los Angeles.
  10. Inbee Park, seeing her first LPGA tournament win since March 2018, shot a 5-under 68 on Saturday to take a three-stroke lead over 19-year-old Ayean Cho at the Women's Australian Open.

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