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Rory McIlroy is in the field for next week's Charles Schwab Challenge.

Andy Ogletree will play in next week's Charles Schwab Challenge on a sponsor's exemption, according to golfchannel.com.

Tiger Woods will not play in next week's Charles Schwab Championship, Steve DiMeglio of USA Today reports.

Peter Kuest will make his professional debut next month at the Rocket Mortgage Classic, according to The Detroit News.

Sahith Theegala finished T3 in this week's Lone Tree Classic on the Outlaw Tour with a final score of 16-under-par.

Louis Oosthuizen (shoulder) is scheduled to play in next week's Charles Schwab Challenge.

Shane Lowry is scheduled to play in the Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial when the PGA Tour resumes play next week, PGATour.com reports.

Dylan Wu advanced to a three-man playoff in this week's TPC Champions Classic on the Outlaw Tour, but he lasted only one hole and finished T2 with Sam Triplett.

Sam Triplett fell to Barry Enright in a three-man playoff lasting six holes in this week's TPC Champions Classic on the Outlaw Tour.

Barry Enright won this week's TPC Champions Classic on the Outlaw Tour in playoff that lasted six holes.

Adam Scott plans to sit out of PGA Tour events until July, Bob Harig of ESPN.com reports. "I'm definitely going to sit out and see how the first few weeks of the PGA Tour pan out and if things are progressing well, playing Memphis the week before the PGA is a thought," Scott said.

Carson Roberts finished second in this week's Scottsdale AZ Open at 15-under-par.

Riley Wheeldon finished T34 in this week's Scottsdale AZ Open at 4-under-par.

Nate Lashley finished T16 in this week's Scottsdale AZ Open at 8-under-par.

Alex Cejka missed the cut at this week's Scottsdale AZ Open.

Dylan Wu finished T10 in this week's Scottsdale AZ Open with a score of 10-under-par.

Kevin Streelman finished T10 in this week's Scottsdale AZ Open at 10-under-par.

Joel Dahmen finished T8 in this week's Scottsdale AZ Open with a score of 11-under-par.

Zach Smith won this week's Scottsdale AZ Open with a final score of 18-under-par.

Francesco Molinari is unlikely to play in the U.S. when the PGA Tour resumes in June, Ewan Murray of The Guardian reports.