Jhonattan Vegas alerted his followers on Twitter that he underwent surgery on his shoulder on Thursday.
Sung Kang torched the Golf Club of Houston to the tune of a 7-under-par 32-33=65 during round one of the Shell Houston Open, finding himself one stroke shy of the early leader Rickie Fowler.
World No. 9 Rickie Fowler coasted to a bogey-free, 8-under-par 33-31=64 during the first round of the Shell Houston Open, claiming his spot as the clubhouse leader as the morning wave nears a conclusion on day one.
Keegan Bradley breezed through the Golf Club of Houston in round one of the Shell Houston Open, signing for a 5-under-par 36-31=67 to grab a piece of the clubhouse lead as the morning wave starts to wind down on Thursday. UPDATE: Bradley was later passed by current leader Rickie Fowler who fired an 8-under 64.
Vaughn Taylor torched the Golf Club of Houston with a 5-under-par 36-31=67 during round one of the Shell Houston Open, staking his position as the early clubhouse leader with play still in progress. UPDATE: Taylor was later passed by current leader Rickie Fowler who fired an 8-under 64.
World No. 6 Jordan Spieth sizes up the Golf Club of Houston ahead of his fifth Shell Houston Open and checks in as the pre-tourney fave (outright) for a third year in a row.
J.B. Holmes hoisted the hardware after the 2015 Shell Houston Open and returns this week for his first crack at the Golf Club of Houston since that win.
David Hearn has withdrawn from the Shell Houston Open, prior to his round one tee time. He will be replaced by alternate Richy Werenski.
World No. 76 Jim Herman makes his way back to the Golf Club of Houston for this week's Shell Houston Open, the site of his 2016 victory.
Riley Arp tore through Cypresswood Golf Club during today's open qualifier, styling a 10-under-par 32-30=62 to punch his ticket into this week's Shell Houston Open. Joining him are Wesley McClain (-9), Andres Gonzales (-9), and Jason Gore (-8) with the latter needing to survive a 6-for-1 playoff.
Prior to the start of the event, Dustin Johnson has backed out of this week's Shell Houston Open, instead turning his attention toward Augusta National Golf Club for the first major of the year. Scott Stallings earns a spot in the field in his place.
Making his tournament debut, 21-seed Jon Rahm lost to top-seeded and World No. 1 Dustin Johnson in the Finals of the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play to take away solo 2nd and end with a record of 6-1-0.