Hero World Challenge

  • November 30 - December 3, 2017
  • Albany - New Providence
  • Par 72
    Yards 7,302
  • Purse $3,500,000
    Defending Champion Hideki Matsuyama

Tournament Field



Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

If we want an update on Tiger Woods' game going into his return at next week's Hero World Challenge, well, we might have to keep checking social media. President Trump tweeted Friday morning that he'll be playing Trump National Doral with Woods and Dustin Johnson -- "quickly," he stated -- just as soon as he finishes up his Turkey Call.

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So apparently Tiger Woods will be playing golf quickly today.

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Alex Malcolm ESPN 

Jason Day said he was frustrated with his finish. He made bogey on 17 and par on 18 with wedge in hand on both holes. But he is pleased to be in the final group on Saturday.


Alex Malcolm ESPN 

Jason Day slightly frustrated after missing a short birdie putt on 18 to finish his second round. But he should be well pleased with a three under 68 to be one off the lead held by Lucas Herbert. Day has made 15 birdies in 36 holes. He will take some beating over the weekend.

Alex Malcolm ESPN 

Jordan Spieth bombed a drive down 9, his 18th, his wedge was solid and he finally holed a putt to shoot even par 71 and remain at one under for the tournament. His ball striking was solid all day but he had 34 putts and was immensely frustrated on the greens. Matt Jones fired a four under 67. Cam Smith shot a two under 69.