In two weeks outgoing captain Davis Love, Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and three PGA of America officials will sit down to begin discussing the next Ryder Cup captain. The favourite for many is Jim Furyk, still the No 34 in the world.
Inbee Park sets sights on Lydia Ko after Singapore victory
World number two, Inbee Park, sent the world of women's golf a clear message that she wants her number one spot back after her win at the HSBC Women's Champions. The South Korean with her first win of the season, and LPGA Tour win No 13, shot a two-under 70 to finish at 15-under in Singapore.
Park, who did not drop a single shot all week, said: "I played another solid day today. I played really good out there. Being patient out there and no bogeys out there is a really great result."
"It's something that if you push for, it's just hard to get. Just a couple of wins and playing great golf, and it's going to come, so I'm just going to not rush anything and just play good golf."
Current World Number One, Lydia Ko, finished at 13-under with number three Stacy Lewis a further two shots back in third position at 11-under.
“She played great all week,” Ko said of Park.
“No bogeys around here and on a course where you can hit a good shot and you can get bad luck. That’s pretty phenomenal.”