|1. Tiger Woods||USA||8.05|
|2. Adam Scott||AUS||7.95|
|3. Henrik Stenson||SWE||7.83|
|4. Bubba Watson||USA||7.12|
|5. Matt Kuchar||USA||7.08|
|6. Jason Day||AUS||6.69|
|7. Sergio Garcia||ESP||6.36|
|8. Jordan Spieth||USA||6.26|
|9. Justin Rose||ENG||6.11|
|10. Rory McIlroy||NIR||5.89|
|11. Phil Mickelson||USA||5.75|
|45. Gary Woodland||USA||2.60|
• PGA TOUR: Byron Nelson Championship. Thursday through Sunday in Irving, Texas. TV: Golf Channel (today and Friday, 2 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, noon) and CBS (Saturday and Sunday, 2 p.m.).
• LPGA TOUR: Kingsmill Championship. Thursday through Sunday in Williamsburg, Virginia. TV: : Golf Channel (today and Friday, 7:30; Saturday and Sunday, 4 p.m.).
• CHAMPIONS TOUR: Regions Tradition. Thursday through Sunday in Birmingham, Ala. TV: Golf Channel (today and Friday, 11:30 a.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 2 p.m.).
• WEB.COM TOUR: BMW Charity Pro-Am. Thursday through Sunday in Greer, S.C. TV: Golf Channel (today and Friday, 5:30 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 6 p.m.).
Players to watch
Spieth, 20, is from the Dallas area and hopes to bounce back following a disappointing fourth-place tie in The Players Championship after being tied for the lead after three rounds.
Watson is in the field for the Regions Tradition, the first of five Champions Tour majors. He won it in 2003 when it was played in Oregon.
MIGUEL ANGEL JIMENEZ
Jimenez and countryman Sergio Garcia head the field for the European Tour’s Spanish Open. Jimenez finished fourth in last month’s Masters and won his Champions Tour debut the following week.