World number one and golf betting favourite Tiger Woods clinched a superb victory at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill to prove that his injury woes are over.
Woods, who only recently returned to action following knee surgery, shot a final round 67 to edge out overnight leader Sean O'Hair by one shot, holing a superb birdie putt on the final green to secure the win.
On the European Tour, Dane Soren Kjeldsen clinched victory at the Andalucian Open, finishing three shots clear of the pack to clinch only his second title on tour.
Meanwhile, in Thailand, Sweden's Johan Edfors won the Black Mountain Masters title by two shots from home favourite Prayad Markseang and England's Chris Rodgers.
Edfors shot a final round 68 to finish on 17-under par, holding off the challenge of Markseang, who carded a superb 64.
In rugby league, Celtic Crusaders just missed out on the chance to record their first win in Super League as they lost 27-22 at Warrington Wolves.
The game was locked at 22-22 in the closing stages before Ryan O'Hara was sin-binned and the home side clinched victory thanks to a Lee Briers drop goal and Chris Hicks' try.
Bradford Bulls' woes continued as they lost a local derby 28-26 at Castleford Tigers.
The visitors were in total command with just over ten minutes to play, only for Kirk Dixon, Michael Shenton and Rangi Chase to cross for the Tigers, with Dixon adding crucial conversions to each score.
Hull KR thrashed Salford City Reds 48-12, running in nine tries, with Michael Dobson crossing for a hat-trick as well as kicking six conversions for a personal tally of 24 points.
In rugby union, Bristol staved off the threat of relegation from the Guinness Premiership for at least another week by defeating Worcester 37-18.
Saracens edged a 19-14 win at home to Wasps, with Francisco Leonelli's late converter try proving decisive.
The second Test match between New Zealand and India in Napier ended in a tame draw, with the tourists batting out the final day for the loss of just two wickets to retain a 1-0 lead in the series.
England won a rain-affected fourth ODI in the West Indies by nine wickets, with skipper Andrew Strauss leading the way in Barbados.
The result sets up a winner-takes-all decider in St Lucia on Friday, with the five-match series locked at 2-2.
South Africa won the second Twenty20 international against Australia by 17 runs at Centurion, with Proteas debutant Roelof van der Merwe smashing a crucial 48 from a mere 30 balls faced.