Olympic golf qualifying for 2016 will be determined by the Official World Golf Rankings as of July 11 of that year.
After his T-11 finish at the 94th PGA, Tiger Woods revealed he put an inordinate amount of pressure on himself to win this week. That plan clearly backfired, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
Despite technological and training advances over the years, only three golfers had gone lower than 60 in a PGA Tour event before this week -- and none in 11 years. On Thursday at the John Deere Classic, Paul Goydos became the fourth.
After his worst nine-hole score in 11 years, Tiger Woods is determined to get back on track this week at Doral.
You won't see Tiger Woods this week. That's because the Chrysler Championship is one of 11 events on this year's PGA Tour schedule that has never played host to the top-ranked player.