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Jhonattan Vegas shot a final round three-under 70 at the Sentry Tournament of Champions to finish in a tie for seventh place.

Jordan Spieth closed with a final round four-under 69 to finish in solo ninth place at the Sentry Tournament of Champions.

Webb Simpson is in the field for this week's Sony Open.

Matthew Southgate (hand) is in the field for this week's BMW SA Open.

Louis Oosthuizen (finger) is not in the field for this week's Sony Open.

Graham DeLaet (back) is not in the field for this week's Sony Open.

Vijay Singh is in the field for this week's Sony Open.

James Hahn is in the field for this week's Sony Open.

Dominic Bozzelli (undisclosed) is in the field for this week's Sony Open.

Sang-Moon Bae is in the field for this week's Sony Open.

Marc Leishman finished in a tie for seventh at the Tournament of Champions, after shooting a six-under 67 on Sunday.

Rickie Fowler shot a three-under 70 on Sunday, helping him finish in fourth place at the Tournament of Champions.

Pat Perez shot a four under 69 on Sunday, moving up two spots to finish in a tie for fourth at the Tournament of Champions.

Hideki Matsuyama finished in a tie for fourth place at the Tournament of Champions, using a seven-under 66 during his final round Sunday to move up eight spots on the leaderboard.

Luke Donald, who was hospitalized with chest pains following his withdrawal from the RSM Classic, is in the field for the Sony Open after tests showed no medical concerns, PGATour.com reports.

Brian Harman reeled off a one-under 72 in his final round Sunday, moving down a spot into a third place finish at the Tournament of Champions.

Jon Rahm notched a second place finish at the Tournament of Champions, after recording a four-under 69 on Sunday during his final round.

Dustin Johnson closed with an eight under 65 on Sunday, good enough to stave off the field and win the Tournament of Champions.

Brooks Koepka's dealing with an injury to his left wrist which is affecting his play and leaving him in pain on the course, Ben Everill of PGATOUR.com reports.

Tiger Woods announced on his personal website that he will play in the Farmers Insurance Open in late January and the Genesis Open in February.