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  1. Tiger Woods seemed at peace in front of reporters for the first time since his February car accident. He said he will likely try to come back and play again -- when and where and how often is still up in the air.
  2. With sights set on becoming the No. 1 player in the world, Collin Morikawa raced away from a 20-man field Saturday in the Hero World Challenge with an 8-under 64, building a five-shot lead with one round left
  3. Jazz owner Ryan Smith typically would be in Utah for a home game against the Celtics. But he took a part-time job for the week. Smith is at the Hero World Challenge as the caddie for Tony Finau.
  4. Bryson DeChambeau made five birdies in a six-hole stretch and overcame a late double bogey to shoot 8-under 64 and lead the Hero World Challenge by 1 stroke over Brooks Koepka, Collin Morikawa and Tony Finau.
  5. The U.S. Golf Association is providing a national championship for players with disabilities that will start next year on the No. 6 course at Pinehurst.
  6. Rory McIlroy's opening-round 6-under 66 at the Hero World Challenge was good for a share of the lead with Daniel Berger and Abraham Ancer.
  7. Tiger Woods said Tuesday that he's hopeful he can play some limited golf in the future but said the road back from his February crash has been "a lot of hard work" and he's "lucky to be alive and still have a limb."
  8. In his first extensive interview since his February car crash, Tiger Woods said his hope is to return to competitive golf, but that he never expects to compete again at the highest level, "and I understand it, and I accept it."
  9. Lee Elder, the first Black player to compete in the Masters and a four-time winner on the PGA Tour, has died at age 87.
  10. Suzann Pettersen, who won the Solheim Cup for Europe in 2019 with the last shot of her career, will captain the team four years later for its second straight title defense.