In comeback from an injured shoulder, Colombian will play Korn Ferry Tour event in Bogota as he prepares for return to PGA Tour
287.683: Number of FedEx Cup points that Camilo Villegas needs to make in 13 starts on a major medical extension after returning to the PGA Tour to keep his exempt status. In the meantime, Villegas will tee it up in his home country this week in the Korn Ferry Tour’s Country Club de Bogota Championship. It will be his third start this season on the developmental tour as he attempts a comeback from an injured right shoulder. Villegas, 38, who rose as high as No. 7 in the Official World Golf Ranking in 2008 and ’09, has dropped to No. 2,080 in the world. He is a four-time winner on the PGA Tour. Villegas will be one of seven Colombians entered when play begins Thursday (tee times).