Former world number one Jason Day has a burning ambition to get back to the top of the rankings and he made a huge leap with a two-stroke victory at the Wells Fargo Championship in North Carolina on Sunday.
While Tiger didn't turn a top performance, fans were pleased that Jason Day took home the trophy. Woods finished two back and tied for second. 5 and 6. Although he rebounded with birdies at the seventh, eighth and 10th holes, he faltered again with another bogey-bogey stretch at Nos.
He called it "one of the best wins I have ever had".
Even with a two-shot lead going into the final round, it was a struggle for Day. "The chances I did have, I missed them all".
But an inconsistent Day slowed down on the back nine when he bogeyed both the 13th and 14th to hand Aaron Wise - a surprise challenger, chasing his first PGA Tour title - an unlikely share of the lead. "I know the feeling and what it felt like to be No. 1 and I know what I had to do to get there".
Uihlein, who started the round at two over, carded five successive birdies from the fifth before hitting an eagle at the 10th to go seven under in six holes, adding two more gains at the 14th and 15th to cap off a stunning display.
Langer had to rally from as many as four shots behind in the final round at the The Woodlands Country Club. "My next step is to try to win a major this year".
Langer had gone nine senior starts without winning. And when Day finally picked up his first birdie by blasting a 9-iron out of the rough with the wind at his back from 195 yards to 18 inches on the ninth hole, he was on his way.
Day didn't see that Uihlein had shot 62, or any of the other great scores from the early starters. McIlroy had to settle for a 66.
Park finished at 11-under 131. This was her first victory of the year, and she was the 11th victor in 11 tournaments on the LPGA Tour this year. He played his final 16 holes on Sunday in 4 under after bogeying the second hole.
The 30-year-old Australian - an OH resident who can be found courtside at Cavaliers games - fought through some wayward tee shots and self-doubt to shoot a 2-under 69 on Sunday.
After starting a flawless Sunday with a two-shot advantage Day's lead dwindled to a single stroke with back-to-back bogeys at Nos.
The European Women's team of Mel Reid and Carlota Ciganda lost to Australia in the quarterfinals.