The former world number one said Tuesday securing a place in Jim Furyk's Ryder Cup squad had been one of his goals at the start of his comeback season after nearly two years out with injury.
South Korean Park's third victory of the season sees her vault from fourth in the rankings to supplant Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn at the top.
Park Sung-hyun took advantage of an early tee time to shoot her best round of 2018 on Friday
After missing a short birdie at his penultimate hole, the par-four eighth, Snedeker rolled in a 20-foot birdie at the ninth at Sedgefield Country Club
Furyk confirmed spots next month in France for Jordan Spieth, Bubba Watson, Webb Simpson and Rickie Fowler from US qualifying settled after Sunday's PGA Championship final round.
Woods conjured up his lowest ever final round in a major, a six under par 64, on Sunday to finish second to Brooks Koepka.
Madappa, cheered on by hordes of teenaged fans as he finished the $350,000 event on 16 under par, became the youngest Indian to claim an Asian Tour title.
Koepka birdied five of the first nine holes but stumbled with bogeys at 14 and 15 only to boost his lead with a birdie at the par-5 17th.
Organizers said the third round will be played in threesomes and off the first and 10th tees starting 30 minutes after the second round ends.
Woodland was one stroke ahead of South African Brandon Stone, another 10th tee early starter who fired back-to-back birdies at the par-3 16th and par-5 17th.
Fowler has two more events, including the year's final major, before the European squad is set, four players on points and four more on world ranking.
McIlroy, Woods and defending champion Justin Thomas began off the 10th tee at Bellerive Country Club with thousands of spectators lining the fairway, standing 10 deep in spots just to catch a glimpse of the master shotmakers.
The files, Golfweek said, contained digital promotional banners and logos used on signs around Bellerive as well as materials for next month's Ryder Cup in France.
Lyle's passing Wednesday at age 36 after a battle with leukeamia touched much of the elite field, with 98 of the world's 100 top players in the year's final major showdown at Bellerive Country Club.
The former US PGA Tour player, who had children aged six and two, passed away on Wednesday evening at his home outside Melbourne surrounded by family and friends.