Defending champion Dustin Johnson said he is looking forward to the WGC-Mexico Championship because it is a tournament where feels comfortable playing.
Those results came off a superb end to the year, where he won the silverware in three out of his last six stars.
"I'm really pleased with the way I played".
Chris Paisley might need to win the WGC-Mexico Championship before he gets his due recognition.
"I'm just playing really solid", Oosthuizen told Sky Sports. "The way I hit it, I probably should not have shot 2 under". I was also really happy with the birdie I made on 18.
Johnson won the WGC-Mexico Championship title for a second time past year, edging Tommy Fleetwood by a stroke at Club de Golf Chapultepec. "And I proved to myself that I can roll it, so I'll just do the same things that I've been doing", he said.
"Like I did during the FedExCup, because of the last quake that happened in Mexico and the past earthquakes in the last few months, I want to donate some money to the Mexican Red Cross for all these people in need", Rahm said.
The 2010 Open champion landed his 230-yard approach shot at the par-five 15th five feet from the pin and rolled in the putt for an eagle that gave him a lead he wouldn't relinquish.
"I can say now that I'm getting more experience".
"It's probably the worst I've ever felt over the ball in my life. Even after the rain (lightning) delay that we had, just to make birdie on the last hole (on nine), absolutely fantastic", said a delighted Sharma. Among the worldwide contingent looking to play party poopers are Thailand's Thongchai Jaidee, a one-time Indian Open victor, Thomas Bjørn, the current Europe Ryder Cup captain, Argentine Emiliano Grillo, a victor on the PGA Tour (and member of the global team, alongside Lahiri, in the 2017 Presidents Cup), and 2011 British Open champion Darren Clarke. It's just that since their inception, the World Golf Championship events have largely been the domain of the game's most recognizable players, a dependable catalyst that produces predictably impressive contenders and champions.