“He’s doing well,” Rose said. “He’s in his own room now up there, which is great. He’s got to stay in the hospital for another week or so just to continue to be checked out, but he’s making progress.
“As for his return. I don’t know, anything from six weeks to three months really. I’ll expect him to be back for the Masters and anything before that would be a bonus.”
Aussie Adam Scott was runner-up posting a 68 for a 19-under par tally and with Rory McIlroy signing-off for a 69 to share fifth place at 14-under par.
Tiger Woods stormed home producing five birdies in a 67 to share 20th place at 10-under in his first event of the new year.
“It was good to finish in double-digits as I was talking about yesterday, so it felt good,” Woods said.
“That was the goal starting out the day, and after three-putting there at 6, wasn’t ideal. I still had one par 5 left, but I had a birdie at 8, birdied 9, so the goal was to shoot something that got me into double digits and I did.
“I’m very proud of that. Got to have these little goals when I’m not in contention to win a tournament, but still something positive to end the weekend and the week on.”