Tiger Woods can move the ratings needle like no other - but does the PGA Tour still need him?
The former world No 1 is in a tie for third in the Hero World Challenge.
The former world No. 1 is placed 8th after the first round of the Hero World Challenge.
The 41-year-old makes his return this weekend at the Hero Challenge in the Bahamas.
They have both fallen out of the top 10 in their respective championships.
The Kiwi is off to a great start in Florida as she looks to close her season in strong fashion.
The LPGA are wanting the event to shift it to an earlier point on the 2019 calender.
The Kiwi was leading the tournament after the first round in Malaysia.
The Kiwi golfer has placed in the top three in her last five starts.
The Kiwi golfer is currently tie for 17th after the second round.
The 41-year-old has been given the thumbs up to return to competition after back surgery.
The 2016 champion is one of only two players to miss the cut in Augusta the year after claiming the green jacket.