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Woods, 40, is the youngest person on the Forbes top-20 list, with a net worth estimated at $740 million.

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Woods worth $740 million, Jordan a billionaire: Forbes

Golfers Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson and former NBA player Michael Jordan are among the 20 wealthiest American celebrities, Forbes reported on Wednesday.

The 14-times major champion, who trails only Jack Nicklaus (18 majors) on the all-time list, recently launched a competitive comeback after being sidelined for more than 15 months while recovering from back surgery.

Woods who went through a costly divorce in 2010 and lost several sponsors after revelations of multiple infidelity, is seventh on the list, while Mickelson is 18th, with an estimated worth of $375 million.

Jordan, 53, who retired in 2003 with the mantle of arguably the greatest basketballer, is worth $1.2 billion according to the magazine, good for fourth on the list, which is topped by filmmaker George Lucas ($4.6 billion).

Forbes says eligibility for the list was limited to United States citizens who are rich because of their fame, rather than famous because they are rich.

According to Forbes, President-elect Donald Trump belongs in the latter category.

Dustin Johnson Wins First Major Golf Title Amid Rules Controversy

Dustin Johnson Wins First Major Golf Title Amid Rules Controversy

Oakmont: Long-hitting American Dustin Johnson, seeking major redemption after several near-misses in recent years, won the 116th U.S. Open on Sunday amid high drama and initial uncertainty over his victory margin.

In pursuit of his first grand slam crown, the world number six played clutch golf under intense pressure at brutally difficult Oakmont Country Club, finishing in style as he sank a short birdie putt at the last.

Having negotiated the final seven holes under notice that he might be penalised for a rules infraction on the fifth green, despite being cleared by another official at the time, he was docked a shot after the round’s completion, with his score amended to a closing 69 for a four-under winning total of 276.

After sinking the final putt to clinch his 10th PGA Tour victory, Johnson pumped his right fist in delight, and then lifted his putter to acknowledge the loud roars from the crowd before being embraced by his caddie.

“Feels good, feels really good, feels well deserved,” an emotional Johnson said after finishing three shots in front of fellow Americans Jim Furyk (66) and Scott Piercy (69), and Ireland’s Shane Lowry (76).

Lowry had been four ahead after the weather-delayed third round was completed earlier on Sunday but he struggled in the conditions while piling up seven bogeys.

“I’ve had a lot of opportunities that I didn’t quite get done, so this one’s definitely really sweet,” said Johnson. “I knew I was swinging well, and I just kept thinking, it’s just me and the course.

“I’m playing against the course. I can’t control what anyone else does. So I just tried to hit golf shots, tried to hit it on the correct side of the hole, and two-putt.”

The rules controversy was sparked when Johnson’s ball moved slightly as the American was preparing to attempt his par putt at the fifth hole, shortly after his birdie attempt there from five feet broke left and slid past the cup.

He denied having caused the movement and the official accompanying the pairing decided not to levy a penalty.

After being informed on the 12th tee by a U.S. Golf Association official that he might be penalised after the round, Johnson ran up a three-putt bogey at the 14th but otherwise displayed nerves of steel as he negotiated the closing stretch.

He rolled in a 10-footer to save par at the 16th and thunderous roars of “DJ, DJ, DJ” rang out as the crowd gave vocal support to the tournament leader in his bid for a first major victory after a series of heartbreaks in the past.

Johnson had previously recorded 11 top-10s in the majors without winning, including two-runner-up spots, and he missed a three-foot putt at the final hole to hand last year’s U.S. Open at Chambers Bay to Jordan Spieth.

On Sunday, however, Johnson was remarkably composed in the circumstances and made several clutch putts on a day when the entire field struggled on greens running lightning-fast.

“After last year, to come back and perform like this, I think it shows what kind of golfer I am,” said the 31-year-old. “I’ve knocked on the door a bunch of times. To finally get that major win, it’s huge.”

American world number two Spieth finished a disappointing title defence with a 75 for a nine-over total of 289.

Golfer Aditi Ashok to Try for First Major Appearance

Golfer Aditi Ashok to Try for First Major Appearance

Buckinghamshire: Indian golfer Aditi Ashok will make a bid to qualify for her first Major in a professional career that started only this year.

The 18-year-old Bengaluru girl will be among the 70-plus golfers who will attempt to earn a berth into the US Women’s Open in July. The 2016 US Women’s Open Championship will be held at CordeValle in San Martin, California from July 7-10.

The 36-hole sectional qualifying in Buckinghamshire will feature 73 players who will vie for the places in the Major.

Aditi, who has made the cut in her last two starts on the Ladies European Tour, will play her first 18 holes with Rebecca Hudson and Klara Spilkova.

Some of the prominent names in the field include Flortentyna Parker, Carly Booth, Becky Brewerton, Holly Aitchison, Valentine Derrey and Vikki Laing.

For the third consecutive year, US Women’s Open sectional qualifying will be conducted in England, Japan, China and the Republic of Korea.

Two courses Buckinghamshire Golf Club in Buckinghamshire, England, and Woo Jeong Hills Country Club in Cheonan, Korea return as host sites and the Buckinghamshire will host on May 25. Last year there were 1873 starters in a total of 25 qualifiers.

Holly Aitchison, Maria Balikoeva, Heather MacRae, Lauren Taylor and Kylie Walker were the five players from a field of 75 who earned their place in the 2015 US Women’s Open Championship at Lancaster Country Club after the second European Sectional Qualifier was played at Buckinghamshire Golf Club.

Considered the world’s premier women’s golf championship the US Women’s Open was first conducted in 1946.

Danny Willett Upstages Rory McIlroy to Lead Irish Open

Danny Willett Upstages Rory McIlroy to Lead Irish Open

Masters champion Danny Willett returned to Europe on an impressive high to upstage tournament host Rory McIlroy on the opening day of the Irish Open.

Willett sank eight birdies in a seven-under-par 65 to lead McIlroy by two shots in bright but windy conditions on the K Club course just to the south of Dublin.

World number nine Willett and McIlroy, who is presently third in the world rankings, were in a class of their own with both players dropping just one shot in their opening rounds.

Willetts effort is his equal lowest in 25 rounds of European Tour counting events this year while the 28-year old Sheffield-born golfer recorded just 23 putts in the first major round of competition at the K Club course since hosting the 2006 Ryder Cup.

Both Willett and McIlroy teed up on European soil for the first time this year and each after indifferent displays a week ago in the PGA Tours Players Championship where Willett had missed the cut in his first event since capturing the Masters.

“It was nice coming off a pretty poor week last week and getting here Monday and trying to get some work done with my coach, and getting everything sorted out,” said Willett.

“This is the first time I have played this golf course and its just fantastic. Every holes different. Theres a few really challenging holes, a few good, fun holes.

“It was a good day. Played some really good golf with some birdies to start with and then started getting hot with the putter.

“You really cant go out there and expect to shoot any kind of number but a 65 was far beyond my expectations for today, especially after waking up and looking out the window and it was miserable and raining.

“So any time you get to play a fantastic golf course and youre in good nick, youre always happy.”

– Solid start for McIlroy –

McIlroy’s round not only equalled a 67 he shot in the 2008 Irish Open but it was 13 shots fewer than an 80 he began the event with a year ago.

“I really tried to focus on being 100% ready when the gun went off on the first tee and I felt like I’ve done that for the most part,” he said.

“I hit the ball well tee-to-green and I took my chances. I basically did everything I wanted to do out there and I feel like 5-under is a fair reflection how I played today.”

McIlroy enjoyed a prolific-winning amateur career in his homeland before turning pro late in 2007 but since then hes yet to enjoy success on home soil.

And given it is now some six months since McIlroy last tasted success he has given himself a great platform to capture the four-million-euro (3.07 million, $4.48 million) event.

“I just get goosebumps about thoughts of winning an Irish Open, so I cant think about it too much,” he said.

“But to win here, no matter what the circumstances are, whether Ive won the week before or whether I havent won in six months, to win the Irish Open would be something that would be very special.

“Ive got off to a great start towards doing that and I just have to keep playing the way I did today.”

Englands Callum Shinkwin and South African Jaco Van Zyl are tied in third place on four-under par while double Major winner Martin Kaymer is among a group at three-under par.

Woods Hopes to Make a Comeback Next Month

Woods Hopes to Make a Comeback Next Month

Bethesda, United States: Tiger Woods said on Monday he hopes to make his comeback from injury at next month’s Quicken Loans National — but highlighted his tough road to recovery by hitting three shots into the water before watching journalists.

His Tiger Woods Foundation helps host the tournament, which this year takes place at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland, from June 23-26, the week following the US Open.

Woods, who has not played since undergoing two separate surgical procedures late last year, stressed that while he hoped to play at Congressional, his comeback would be contingent on his fitness.

“Health? I feel good. Thank you. My kids are sick, but I’m good,” Woods quipped to reporters at the event’s media day.

“On a serious note, I have been practicing at home. I’m progressing nicely. I’m hoping to play (the Quicken Loans). I don’t know that I’m going to play.

“That’s the overriding question I keep hearing: ‘When are you coming back? When are you playing?’ I get it all the time. If I knew, I’d tell you. It’d be nice to know I’m going to play on such and such a date, but I don’t know.”

In a telling indicator of how far the world number one’s game has slipped, he practiced a series of tee shots on the famous par-three 10th.

Three of his efforts plunked into the water surrounding the green.

Woods revealed he has needed to adapt his practice routines as he attempts to inch his way back to health after dominating men’s golf for over a decade.

“I’m one of those guys who used to hit a lot of golf balls, used to sometimes practice 8-10-12 hours a day,” the 14-time major champion said.

“That won’t happen again. I won’t be running five, six miles a day like I used to. That’s not happening, either. My practices are much more focused because they have to be. I have to be committed on every shot because I can’t hit 500 golf balls in a row. I have to get a lot out of it in a short span of time.”

Nevertheless, Woods said that he was encouraged by signs of progress.

“I’m trying to get stronger, more pliable. I’m hitting the ball better. Everything about my game is coming around. Now it’s just a matter of being consistent with it,” he added.

Yet Woods emphasised that any return to tournament play would only take place when his fitness had fully returned.

“The plan is to get well,” said Woods, now ranked 524th in the world rankings.

“Whether that’s next week or a year from now, I don’t know. That’s the hard part, me telling you I don’t know. My doctors don’t know. I don’t know. … I have to keep progressing and getting stronger, which I am, and that’s the good part.”

Aditi Ashok Finishes Tied 27th at Buick Golf

Aditi Ashok Finishes Tied 27th at Buick Golf

Shanghai Indian golfer Aditi Ashok rounded off another creditable week in her rookie season with an even-par 72 to finish tied 27th in the $600,000 Buick Championships in Shanghai on Sunday.

Aditi, who played the week without a practice round as her bags arrived late, totalled four-over 292.

Aditi, who was tied 21st at the Lalla Meryem Cup last week, has had a good start to the season despite missing the cut in her first tournament in New Zealand. After three events, Aditi is now 39th on the Ladies European Tour order of merit.

Aditi was happy with the way she played in tough conditions.

“The conditions were cold and windy especially on my back nine. I had a tough stretch with a bogey and a double on first two holes (my second nine today). Otherwise I played well,” she said.

On the number of birdies, she had, Aditi said, “I made five birdies in the final round, which was good. In total I made 12 birdies over four rounds but I made a few errors over four rounds and that cost me a few shots. Hopefully I can build on this and work on my game for the next few days.”

Aditi is also due to play the qualifiers for the US Women’s Open and Evian Championships, two of the five Majors for women.

Gangjee Seeks ‘Home’ Support to End a Decade-Long Title Drought

Gangjee Seeks ‘Home’ Support to End a Decade-Long Title Drought

Mauritius: Eager to end a decade-long title drought on the Asian Tour, Indian golfer Rahil Gangjee says his game has never been better as he gears up to tee off at the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open next week.

Gangjee, whose mother Nazirah is from the famous holiday isle, finished tied 11th in the last edition, albeit on a different course.

He is determined to add another title to his lone Asian Tour victory in 2004 at the $1.09 million event.

He will be joined by a strong cast which includes Singaporean veteran Mardan Mamat, Australian Scott Hend, young Filipino Miguel Tabuena, Korean duo Jeunghun Wang and Soomin Lee at the Four Season Golf Club Mauritius in Anahita.

“I am really looking forward to going back to Mauritius.

“The game is as good as it can be right now. My mother will be coming to see me play again this year so I am really excited.

“A bit of ‘home’ support should do it,” said the 37-year-old Gangjee.

South Korea’s rising star Wang will step up his chase for a maiden Asian Tour victory when he tees up for another shot of glory in what is the first-ever tri-sanctioned event by the Asian, European and the Sunshine Tours.

The 20-year-old South Korean is placed sixth on the Order of Merit with earnings of $280,497 thanks to four top 10s, including a runner-up result at the Hero Indian Open in February.

“My game feels great at the moment. I feel very comfortable. My long game is accurate and consistent and my short game is good although I would like it to be a bit tighter,” said Wang.

“My putting has been working well for me so I will try and keep to it. I’m very pleased with my season so far. Just trying to improve on it as the season goes on,” added the Korean.

Thai duo Natipong Srithong and Danthai Boonma will also feature in the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open alongside India’s Rashid Khan, Mithun Perera of Sri Lanka, Richard T Lee of Canada, Bangladeshi Siddikur Rahman and Chinese Taipei’s Lu Wei-chih.

Also in the fray are Indian veteran Arjun Atwal, Australian Sam Brazel, Steve Lewton of England, Japan’s Masahiro Kawamura and Thai talent Phachara Khongwatmai, who became the youngest winner of a professional tournament at the age of 14 when he was still an amateur in 2013.

Anirban Lahiri One-shot Back of Quail Hollow Leaders

Anirban Lahiri One-shot Back of Quail Hollow Leaders

Charlotte: Anirban Lahiri, who felt he was overdue for a low score, shot a 66 to trail American co-leaders Steve Wheatcroft and Andrew Loupe by a stroke after the first round of the Wells Fargo Championship.

On a cool and breezy day when defending champion Rory McIlroy battled for a 73, India’s Lahiri enjoyed a flawless six-birdie performance on a damp Quail Hollow course on Thursday.

“Anytime you have a bogey-free card, it’s fantastic,” said Lahiri, who played in slightly tougher morning conditions. “I’ve played mediocre or average golf the last few months. I definitely feel like I should be competing more consistently.”

“The stuff my coach and I worked on after the Masters, when I took a couple of weeks off, it’s beginning to come together … I feel like my game’s gotten better every week.”

Lahiri, ranked 55th in the world and playing in his first full season on the PGA Tour, is the top-ranked Indian and excited at the prospect of representing his country at the Aug. 5-21 Rio Olympics.

The Olympics is the last thing on the mind of Loupe and Wheatcroft, both non-winners on tour, who took different routes to carding a seven-under-par 65 in the afternoon.

Though Wheatcroft is the shorter hitter of the two, he had two eagles, holing out from 40 yards at the par-five fifth, and almost holing his second shot at the par-five 10th.

McIlroy could have used some similar magic. A day after celebrating his 27th birthday, he plunged to four over after playing the more difficult back nine first, but he improved on the inward half.

“It sort of was a tale of two nines,” the Northern Irishman said. “I’ve been working a lot on the range and I was still in range mode on the front nine. I didn’t have my scoring head on.”

McIlroy and the other members of his group, American Rickie Fowler and Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama, had a bizarre experience on the sixth hole when a member of the gallery threw a golf ball onto the tee.

“Yeah, it was sort of weird,” McIlroy said. “That’s never really happened to me before.

“It was a golf ball with an ear plug stuck on it, so it was sort of strange. Charlotte’s finest (police officers) sorted it out and got him off the property, thankfully.”

Jeev, Chawrasia May Miss Cuts at Volvo China Golf

Jeev, Chawrasia May Miss Cuts at Volvo China Golf

Beijing: Indian golfers SSP Chawrasia and Jeev Milkha Singh were in danger of missing the cut when play was suspended early in the second round of the Volvo China Open in Beijing on Thursday.

Chawrasia, who shot three-under on the first day, carded three-over on the second and totalled even-par 144, while Jeev, two-under overnight, had a disastrous quadruple bogey on par-four 14th and was three-over in eight holes when play was stopped.

Jeev was one-over for the tournament and cut looked likely at one-under or better.

Meanwhile, Felipe Aguilar moved to the front after signing a flawless seven-under 65 to take a one-shot lead before play was suspended overnight due to the threat of lightening at the Topwin Golf and Country Club.

The 41-year-old has struggled for form since competing in an ironman triathlon — which comprises a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bicycle ride and a 26.2-mile marathon — over the winter but was back to the kind of form which has earned him two career European Tour victories as he moved to an 11-under total.

Austria’s Bernd Wiesberger, playing his first event since playing the Masters Tournament at Augusta National earlier this month, stayed right in the hunt in Beijing with a three-under par 69 to move to 10-under where he was joined by Swede Alex Noren, who signed for a 67.

Kim Taehoon, meanwhile, carded the second hole-in-one of the tournament at the third – following Rikard Karlberg’s prize-winning ace at the 16th on the opening day as a superb eight-under 64 moved him into contention to become the second consecutive South Korean winner on the European Tour.

Round Two will restart at 6:45am local time on the third day, while Round Three will not start before 10:00am.

Chawrasia, Jeev Off to Good Starts at Volvo China Golf

Chawrasia, Jeev Off to Good Starts at Volvo China Golf

Beijing Indian golfer SSP Chawrasia opened with a strong three-under 69, while former champion Jeev Milkha Singh turned in a roller-coaster two-under 70 on the opening day of the Volvo China Open in Beining on Thursday.

Chawrasia, winner of the Hero Indian Open this season, was lying tied 22nd and Jeev, winner of the event in 2006, was tied 39th.

However, the day belonged to South African Hennie Otto, who carded a stunning nine-under opening round of 63 to storm into the lead, with Austrian Bernd Wiesberger two shots back at Topwin Golf and Country Club.

It was also an exciting opening day for Rikard Karlberg, who lives just 30 minutes from Volvo’s main factory in Sweden, as he holed out with a seven iron at the 16th hole to win a new XC90 car from the tournament’s title sponsor en route to a three-under par 69.

Chawrasia had a great start and was two-under through six holes. Had birdies on first and sixth but dropped a shot on seventh.

He picked a third birdie on 11th and then back-to-back gains on 15th and 16th saw him rise to four-under. A late bogey on 17th was a setback and he ended at 69.

Jeev was two-under through five and three-under through 11. But a bogey on 13th and double on 14th saw him drop to even par. He fought back with birdies on 15th and 17th to finish at 70.

South Africa Otto took the headlines though, taking advantage of the benign early conditions in the first group out from the 10th tee with seven birdies and an eagle ensuring he was in the driver’s seat heading into the second round in Beijing.

Wiesberger carded a late seven-under par 65 to lead the chasing pack, while Frenchman Gregory Bourdy, Peter Hanson of Sweden, Finland’s Roope Kakko and Fabrizio Zanotti — all European Tour winners — were a shot further back on six-under par.

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