It will be the first time Woods has played in the event owned by his charity foundation since it moved last year to the Bahamas and the Albany resort`s par-72, 7,267-yard Ernie Els-designed course.
Jason Day remains top of the world golf rankings released Monday as young American Daniel Berger got a lift from capturing his first USPGA Tour victory in the St. Jude Classic.
Brooke Henderson used a brilliant putting game to become a first time major champion.
The 40-year-old former world number one had fueled speculation about a return when he registered for the US Open in April, but said in May there was no timetable.
Lahiri had to wait for more than three hours before beginning his round late in the evening and was unable to finish the round.
Lahiri has hit the ball, got his irons working, but has been found wanting in the putting, where he has missed a lot of small putts and that was seen even in Wells Fargo.
Woods stressed that while he hoped to play at Congressional, his comeback would be contingent on his fitness.
The only Australian to win the Masters, Scott is not surprised that some have criticised his Olympic decision, but he believes that people who question his motives do not understand.
Having snatched an unlikely and spectacular first major victory at the weekend, Danny Willett`s next target is to give Jason Day, Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy a run for their money at the top of golf`s world rankings.
Ferguson`s light-hearted frustration at missing out on a pay-day was revealed when television cameras captured his meeting with Willett during the 28-year-old`s post-victory celebrations.
Oosthuizen’s tee shot landed to the right of the hole, went down the slope, then got deflected off the ball that J.B. Holmes had hit onto the green moments earlier.
Third-ranked Rory McIlroy, trying to become the sixth man to complete a career Grand Slam, fired a 71 to finish on 289.
Golf fans can look forward to the tantalising prospect of world number two Jordan Spieth and third-ranked Rory McIlroy continuing their battle for Masters glory in the final pairing in Saturday`s third round.
The American world number two is bidding to become only the fourth player to claim back-to-back Masters victories.
Hansie Cronje was the toughest bowler I have faced. He was tricky to play. Even when I am set, when I see Hansie coming in to bowl I used to tell myself, anybody but him.