Byeong Hun An takes his talents to La Jolla, California, for his debut at this week's Farmers Insurance Open.
Beau Hossler heads to Torrey Pines for this week's Farmers Insurance Open, his first PGA TOUR start since joining the professional ranks.
Benjamin Hebert is a six-time winner on the Challenge Tour and will view this week's Commercial Bank Qatar Masters as a possible chance to gain his first European Tour victory.
Despite plenty of grip-it-and-rip it merchants doing well in the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters, Alexander Levy is 0-for-3 at Doha GC; he'll try and change that on his return this week.
Alejandro Cañizares has finished T27 or better in five of his seven starts at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters with two top 10s in the last three years; he's back again for more in 2017.
Ricardo Gouveia finished T7 on his first start in the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters last year and returns to the course this week for another crack.
Grégory Bourdy stays in the Middle East this week to try and continue his impressive recent displays in the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters.
Jaco Van Zyl will make only his second appearance in the CommercialBank Qatar Masters at Doha GC this week, five years after his first.
David Lingmerth will debut in both the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters and the European Tour's Desert Swing this week at Doha GC.
Jordan Smith will make his tournament debut at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters hosted by Doha GC this week.
Hao Tong Li will make his seasonal entrance at this week's Commercial Bank Qatar Masters hosted by Doha GC.
Can Martin Kaymer rediscover the winning touch at this week's Commercial Bank Qatar Masters hosted by Doha GC?
Past champ and World No. 207 Chad Campbell patched together a 1-under-par 34-37=71 in the final round of the CareerBuilder Challenge to post 16-under 272, down three spots into a two-way T6, four in arrears to champion Hudson Swafford, who shot 67.
PGA TOUR rookie and World No. 321 Dominic Bozzelli finished off his CareerBuilder Challenge debut with a 1-under-par 36-35=71 and a four-day tally of 17-under 271, down three places to solo 5th, three shy of champion Hudson Swafford, who shot 67.
World No. 136 Brian Harman tacked on a 3-under-par 36-33=69 in today's final round of the CareerBuilder Challenge to reach 18-under 270, good for a two-way T3, two adrift of champion and fellow Georgia Bulldog alum Hudson Swafford, who shot 67.