Golf Hero

Tiger Woods proved he could be competitive again, playing some of the best golf of his comeback with a Final round four under 68 to tie for ninth at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas.

No one could match Rickie Fowler, though. The World number nine birdied his first seven Holes and won the elite event by four Strokes thanks to a course record 11 under par 61 that left him at 18 under 270 for the Tournament.

Overnight leader Charley Hoffman 72 faded to second at 274 with England's Tommy Fleetwood 67 and Jordan Spieth 69 tied for third at 12 under 276.