Aditi Ashok ended at tied-24th to earn the Partial Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Tour membership for 2017 at the qualifying tournament.
Mukesh Kumar secured his maiden Asian Tour victory at the weekend's $400,000 Panasonic Open India by one stroke and became the circuit's oldest winner in the process.
Tiger Woods, who ended a 16-month layoff after back surgery, struggled to a four-over par 76 to finish 15th at the elite 18-man event at Albany Golf Club in the Bahamas.
Former world number one Tiger Woods, a 14-time major champion, shot his best sub-par round since a 10-under 62 in the second round of the 2013 edition of the elite 18-player event that benefits his charity foundation.
Tiger Woods stumbled to an opening 73 on Thursday to end a 466-day layoff, starting four under through eight holes but taking double bogeys on two of the last three.
Tiger Woods showed glimpses of his old self as he had a run of birdies to begin with, and was even briefly tied for the lead
Tiger Woods, now at 898th in the rankings, sent his first shot into the rough left of the first fairway at the 7,302-yard Albany Golf Club layout to end his longest career layoff after 466 days.
Tiger Woods, sidelined for 15 months after back surgery, will make his return to competitive golf at High Noon on Thursday at the Hero World Challenge.
Just a fortnight after claiming her maiden win at the Hero Women's Indian Open, Aditi Ashok shot 15-under-par at the Doha Golf Club to seal the Qatar Open title
The Indian players, both of whom are making their first appearance at a World Cup, were lying tied-14th, right in the middle of the field of 28 two-man teams
Anirban Lahiri had a brilliant round to jump from tied-45th to tied-13th at the RSM Classic.
Gaganjeet Bhullar, who also won the event in 2013, sealed his seventh Asian Tour victory and a second title this season with a 16-under-par 272 total at the Pondok Indah Golf Course
Anirban Lahiri, who was one-over after five holes, managed to turn in one-under, but on the second nine, the front stretch of the course, he had four-birdies between second and eighth holes
Anirban Lahiri, who was 11-under after three rounds, ended at 10-under in his second start of the year on the PGA Tour this season.
Carrying a two-stroke overnight lead, Aditi Ashok took her total score to three-under 213, one stroke clear of Brittany Lincicome of the US and Spaniard Belen Mozo who finished tied second.
SSP Chawrasia, who won the Indian Open in March, carded a final round of six-under 66 to accumulate a four-day total of 19-under 269.
The Indian Open -- co-sanctioned by the Ladies European Tour (LET) and the Women's Golf Association of India (WGAI) -- will see 114 top professionals from around the globe fighting for the top spot