Tracker: Patrick Reed wins WGC-Cadillac Championship

Patrick Reed celebrates after making a birdie putt on the fourth hole during the final round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship.

Patrick Reed fired an even-par 72 to pick up a one-shot victory over Jamie Donaldson and Bubba Watson on Sunday at the WGC-Cadillac Championship.

Reed finished his round with a bogey, but made a 2-footer to secure his third victory on the PGA Tour.

"Just staying patient; I was hitting ball so good this week, it felt like, and my putting just was outstanding," Reed said – adding that the blade took the pressure off him tee to green. "Around a golf course like this you have to be confident, and I feel like I've done that really well."

Tiger Woods, who started the day three shots off the lead, struggled with back pain throughout the day, leading to a 6-over 78 that featured six bogeys and no birdies – the first time Woods failed to pick up a birdie in the final round of a PGA Tour tournament.

Check out how it all happened on Sunday at Doral:

• • •

Update No. 16: 7 p.m. EST

A two-putt bogey on the 18th hole hands Patrick Reed the victory, his third on the PGA Tour in less than a year.

• • •

Hole No. 18: Par 4, 471 yards

It's almost over, and the tournament is heating up behind Tiger.

Off the tee: Well, more "lefts" and this one is wet.

Third shot: A penalty drop and Tiger hits a nice shot into the green that settles 20 feet from the hole.

On the green: A two-putt bogey here and he looks relieved to just be done.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 6 over (5 over for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Jamie Donaldson (2-under 70) can't get up and down from the rough on 18 and drops a shot and gets to the clubhouse at 3 under, two back of Patrick Reed.

• • •

Hole No. 17: Par 4, 425 yards

Two more holes and Tiger will be out of his physical misery for the day.

Off the tee: Tiger pounds a drive here, but then winces in pain and screams into his towel. Pain is an understatement.

Approach shot: Tiger's second shot from a fairway bunker comes up short of the green. Again, he looks like he is in immense pain.

Around the green: Nice chip here and he gets it real tight. A par.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 5 over (4 over for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Jamie Donaldson hits an incredible second shot into 17 and picks up a kick-in birdie to move to 4 under, now just a shot back of Patrick Reed.

• • •

Hole No. 16: Par 4, 341 yards

Tiger has grinded today and needs a solid finish to stay away from the vaunted "80" number that no player wants to talk about.

Off the tee: Tiger gets after the green, but comes up short and left. Fairly straightforward chip upcoming.

Around the green: Tiger's pitch settles about 6 feet above the hole.

On the green: Well, still no birdies as Tiger blows it past on the left. Another par.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 5 over (4 over for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Patrick Reed saves par on the short par-3 15th with a blast out of the sand that settles inches from the cup. He stays at 5 under, two clear of Bubba Watson.

• • •

Hole No. 15: Par 3, 153 yards

Tiger has fallen back to T-17 behind five bogeys and no birdies.

Off the tee: With 9-iron, Tiger is in the right rough, but avoids the bunker.

Around the green: Tiger chips and gets it to about 10 feet.

On the green: Tiger nails this putt and avoids another bogey.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 5 over (4 over for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Bubba Watson fires a bogey-free, 4-under 68 to get into the clubhouse at 3 under, currently in the clubhouse lead. Meanwhile, back on No. 14, Patrick Reed pushes his 3-footer for par to the right and he drops back to 5 under.

• • •

Hole No. 14: Par 4, 484 yards

That's four bogeys and no birdies for Tiger on the day and is nine shots back of Patrick Reed, who is simply playing par golf right now.

Off the tee: Tiger puts a good swing on this one, but is struggling to make it to the finish line. Right fairway with nearly 200 yards left into the green.

Approach shot: His second shot finds the left greenside bunker. Scrambling yet again.

Around the green: Tiger barely gets it out of the bunker. That impact is obviously having an effect on his back.

On the green: Tiger's par putt is never on the right line and another bogey for Tiger.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 5 over (4 over for tournament)

• • •

Hole No. 13: Par 3, 238 yards

Tiger went 0-for-4 on the par-5s today, which isn't a recipe for success on the buzzsaw that is Doral.

Off the tee: The back is definitely causing Tiger to have a case of the "lefts," as his tee ball misses the green left.

Around the green: Tiger's bunker ball goes 15 feet past the hole.

On the green: He misses the par putt and drops another shot.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 4 over (3 over for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Patrick Reed said before his round that he wouldn't be able to "coast" as he did in his win at the Humana Challenge earlier this year – but after seven straight pars and a three-shot lead with seven to play, he might be able to rethink that mentality. Bubba Watson moves to T-2 with a birdie at the 15th, then takes second outright with another at the 16th and moves to 3 under. A bogey at the 13th drops Dustin Johnson to fourth at 1 under.

• • •

Hole No. 12: Par 5, 601 yards

Tiger is simply grinding through back pain and a putter that is letting him down today.

Off the tee: Monster drive here from Tiger, as he splits the middle to the tune of 341 yards.

Second shot: Tiger finds the rough on the left side of the green with fairway wood and he'll need to get up and down for birdie.

Around the green: Tiger tries a big flop shot from the long rough and comes up short and into a bunker. Tiger blasts out to about 8 feet past the hole.

On the green: Tiger makes the right-to-left par putt.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 3 over (2 over for tournament)

• • •

Hole No. 11: Par 4, 422 yards

That's two par-5s in a row that Tiger should have left with bogey, but picked up a disappointing par. He's one shot outside the top 10 currently.

Off the tee: Splits the middle with fairway metal here.

Approach shot: Tiger seems to like his second shot here, but finds a greenside bunker.

Around the green: Nice splash out to about 4 feet.

On the green: He saves par and Hunter Mahan's caddie picks up the ball out of the cup, as Tiger's back is definitely a problem right now.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 3 over (2 over for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Jamie Donaldson birdies No. 10 to climb back to T-2 alongside Dustin Johnson at 2 under, four back of leader Patrick Reed – who, by the way, has parred five straight.

• • •

Hole No. 10: Par 5, 614 yards

Tiger hit 4 of 7 fairways and 5 of 9 greens, but needed 16 putts in a 3-over 39.

Off the tee: Big drive for Tiger here and he finds the right fairway, moments after Hunter Mahan finds the water.

Second shot: Big fairway wood from Tiger here and he finds greenside rough with plenty of space to work with.

Around the green: Tiger hits a solid shot to about 5 feet past the hole.

On the green: Tiger's birdie attempt slides by on the right, but drains the comebacker for a par.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 3 over (2 over for tournament)

• • •

Hole No. 9: Par 3, 200 yards

That was a poor three-putt from Tiger after two very good shots into the par 5. Tiger has yet to pick up a birdie today and is eight back of Patrick Reed.

Off the tee: Tiger finds the green here, but it is looking bleak for the World No. 1 at this point.

On the green: From just under 50 feet, Tiger simply two-putts for a par and he makes the turn with a 3-over 39. Now playing to simply get in the top 10.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 3 over (2 over for tournament)

• • •

Hole No. 8: Par 5, 549 yards

That was a great up-and-down for Tiger at No. 7, but he has yet to record a birdie today – a day after picking up eight of them in a 6-under 66.

Off the tee: Another fairway wood here for Tiger and he finds the short grass.

Second shot: First smile of the day here, as Tiger hits fairway wood and finds the front of the green, inexplicably landing soft. He'll have 35 feet for an eagle.

On the green: The eagle putt is a tad to firm to take the break, leaving himself 3 feet for his first birdie of the day. And he misses the comebacker, as he was too timid and he settles for a par.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 3 over (2 over for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Patrick Reed's lead is back to four after Dustin Johnson misses a 20-footer to save par on No. 9, falling back to 2 under with Zach Johnson.

• • •

Hole No. 7: Par 4, 471 yards

Tiger looks like he is in pain and is now eight back of Patrick Reed. A WD doesn't seem likely considering the extra FedEx Cup points this week, and he'll have this coming week off, as he isn't playing at Innisbrook.

Off the tee: Tiger takes driver here and he overcooks it left, over the gallery and into the rough.

Approach shot: Tiger manages to punch this shot out of the trees and runs through the green. Tough going for Tiger today.

Around the green: Big flop that works out quite well, settling a foot past the hole and he saves par.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 3 over (2 over for tournament)

• • •

Hole No. 6: Par 4, 432 yards

Tiger was fortunate to avoid a third consecutive bogey and now trails Patrick Reed by seven shots after starting the day three back.

Off the tee: Fairway wood here again and Tiger finds a fairway bunker.

Approach shot: Tiger has a very awkward stance on the edge of the bunker and comes up short of the green.

Around the green: Tiger hits a solid third shot that settles 8 feet past.

On the green: And another bogey for Tiger, missing to the right on the par attempt.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 3 over (2 over for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Dustin Johnson pulls within three shots of leader Patrick Reed after a birdie at No. 7. Jason Dufner double bogeys No. 4 to slide back to T-8 at even par, while Hunter Mahan bogeys No. 5 to drop to T-5 at 1 under.

• • •

Hole No. 5: Par 4, 421 yards

Tiger is quickly playing himself out of contention, as back-to-back bogeys while others are finding birdies on the course is proving costly, as he is now six back of Patrick Reed.

Off the tee: Fairway wood here for Tiger and he finds the fairway. Needs to make something happen and quickly.

Approach shot: From 167 yards, Tiger finds the green but is about 50 feet from the cup.

On the green: Tiger narrowly misses his long birdie putt, but it settles 4 feet past and he manages to save par.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 2 over (1 over for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Patrick Reed drains a long birdie attempt on No. 3 to move back to 5 under and three clear of the field. There's a six-way tie for second right now, as Jason Dufner bogeys No. 3 to fall to 2 under alongside Jamie Donaldson, Dustin Johnson, Zach Johnson, Matt Kuchar and Hunter Mahan. By the way, Dufner follows by hitting it in the water at No. 3 and could soon slip further.

• • •

Hole No. 4: Par 3, 203 yards

Slow start for Tiger, but he did "save" that bogey with a great wedge shot. He's four back of Patrick Reed.

Off the tee: With 7-iron, Tiger hates it immediately, as he finds a bunker on the left side of the green, avoiding the water on the right.

Around the green: Tiger's bunker shot scares the hole and settles 6 feet past, where he'll need another big one-putt.

On the green: But it doesn't fall and that's back-to-back bogeys for Tiger.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 2 over (1 over for tournament)

• • •

Hole No. 3: Par 4, 436 yards

A solid, but not spectacular start for Tiger. The groups in front and behind him have both posted birdies, so Tiger will need to make something happen on difficult holes.

Off the tee: Tiger takes 3-wood here and overcooks it left, again messing with the spectators. The ball does bounce back into the fairway.

Approach shot: Splash. Tiger takes 5-iron but doesn't have enough and he'll have to drop well back.

Fourth shot: After the penalty drop, Tiger hits a wedge from 90 yards that settles 4 feet left of the cup.

On the green: Clutch putt to save bogey after the water approach. He is four back of Reed.

TIGER ON THE DAY: 1 over (Even for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Patrick Reed drops a shot at No. 2 after missing a 20-foot par putt. His lead is now one over Jason Dufner, who pars No. 2.

• • •

Hole No. 2: Par 4, 448 yards

That miss at No. 1 might prove costly, as it was a scoring hole. Can't let par-5s go at Doral.

Off the tee: Tiger takes driver here and finds the fairway. No spectators hurt.

Approach shot: Another green hit here for Tiger, about 18 feet under the hole.

On the green: Tiger gives it enough pace, but slides by on the left and settles for another par. Two of the easier holes go by without birdies for the World No. 1.

TIGER ON THE DAY: Even (1 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Leader Patrick Reed hits a great third shot to about 4 feet and birdies the opening hole to move to 5 under, while playing competitor Jason Dufner also taps in for a birdie to get to 3 under. Playing in front of Tiger, Jamie Donaldson nailed a 20-footer for birdie to move to 2 under and two back. Zach Johnson adds a birdie at No. 3 to also move to 2 under.

• • •

Hole No. 1: Par 5, 572 yards

No surprise here, as Tiger is outfitted with red top and black slacks. A funny moment on the range when leader Patrick Reed showed up with the same colors. Gamesmanship? We shall see.

Off the tee: Driver in hand here for Tiger and he sends it well right, but hits a spectator in the head and finds the rough. Will definitely need to lay up.

Second shot: Tiger's takes a big rip at it and finds the fairway right in front of the green.

Approach shot: Tiger hits a solid third shot that settles about 12 feet under the cup.

On the green: Tiger plays the birdie putt about 2 inches to far right and settles for an opening par.

TIGER ON THE DAY: Even (1 under for tournament)

• • •

Update No. 14: 2:29 p.m. EDT

Dustin Johnson drives the ball more than 340 yards on the opening hole and then puts his second shot to about 12 feet left of the hole. He drains the putt for an eagle and jumps to 2 under and just two off the lead.

• • •

Update No. 13: 2:25 p.m. EDT

Graeme McDowell moves to even par with a birdie at No. 2 after fantastic approach from just over 150 yards that settled 3 feet from the hole. McDowell is within four of the lead.

• • •

Update No. 12: 2:17 p.m. EDT

Two-time PGA Tour winner Jonas Blixt ties the best round of the tournament with a 6-under 66, getting up and down for par on 18 from a nasty lie in greenside rough. Blixt finishes the tournament at 4 over.

• • •

Update No. 11: 2:02 p.m. EDT

Matt Kuchar opens with a birdie to climb to even par, four back of leader Patrick Reed.

Just one man is in the clubhouse under par so far today – Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano, who opened with three straight 77s before his 70 today; he's T-55 at 13 over as things stand. But Jonas Blixt will join him soon, 6 under and playing the last.

Tiger Woods has reached the practice range in advance of his tee time about half an hour from now.

• • •

Update No. 10: 1:50 p.m. EDT

Adam Scott keeps moving in the right direction, his second birdie in his first three holes boosting him to T-14 at 2 over (mobile readers can see the video here). Scott has improved with every round this week (75-73-72).

With two holes to play, Jonas Blixt gets his sixth birdie against no bogeys today and climbs to T-24 at 4 over.

• • •

Update No. 9: 1:41 p.m. EDT

Leader Patrick Reed is about an hour from his tee time, and says starting the day with the 54-hole lead isn't much like his last win at this year's Humana Challenge – where he said he "could coast" that Sunday with a big cushion.

"I'm treating it just like a normal event," Reed told Golf Channel. "If I go out and do what I've done the past three days, then after the 18th hole today I'll come out a winner.

Rory McIlroy birdies his first hole of the day to climb to T-14 at 2 over. McIlroy seeks to right his ship after he let a 54-hole lead slip away during a final-round 74 at last week's Honda Classic, after which he lost a playoff.

Stephen Gallacher opens with back-to-back birdies and climbs to T-14 as well.

• • •

Update No. 8: 1:27 p.m. EDT

Nick Watney, citing back pain, has withdrawn from the final round, the PGA Tour says. Watney was T-14 at 2 over and due to tee off just moments ago, but instead will try to get healthy. That leaves Ryan Moore to play as a single.

Henrik Stenson birdies No. 10 to rise again, getting to T-18 at 2 over. He's birdied five times since a bogey at the second.

• • •

Update No. 7: 1:16 p.m. EDT

Adam Scott starts his day on the right foot with a birdie, rising to T-19 at 3 over.

Kevin Streelman also rises to T-19 at 3 over, his second birdie of the day coming in unlikely fashion at the par-3 fourth hole: Streelman holes out from the left-side bunker. He's looking for some momentum going into his title defense at next week's Valspar Championship.

• • •

Update No. 6: 1:01 p.m. EDT

Three straight birdies lift 2013 FedEx Cup and Race to Dubai champ Henrik Stenson to T-24 at 4 over. Stenson missed the cut at last week's Honda Classic, his first PGA Tour stroke-play start of 2014 (he lost in the second round at the WGC-Accenture Match Play).

• • •

Update No. 5: 12:48 p.m. EDT

Plenty of birdies to go around, it seems: Jonas Blixt birdies his first two holes after the turn to get to 5 under for the day, T-33 at 5 over this week. Darren Fichardt is 4 under through six, rising to T-19 at 3 over. And Jordan Spieth is 3 under through eight to rise to T-39 at 6 over, a second-round 79 still proving costly.

It was during this week on last year's schedule that Spieth earned special temporary status on PGA Tour as a rookie with a runner-up finish at the Puerto Rico Open. And our Adam Schupak is keeping up with someone chasing the same path this year in former Florida State standout Brooks Koepka:

@GolfweekSchupak: "@BKoepka is setting the early pace @PuertoRicoOpen. He's -5 thru 6 to climb to -12. He's bidding for special temporary membership."

• • •

Update No. 4: 12:23 p.m. EDT

Jonas Blixt is 3 under at the turn, rising to T-42 at 7 under. He's looking for his fifth top-25 finish since he won July's Greenbrier Classic.

Kiradech Aphibarnrat and Brett Rumford, who had the dew-sweeping round this morning, have finished 15 holes in just more than 3 hours – a pace that seemingly would have allowed Max Homa to have played 27 by now. Homa played as a single in the final round of the Puerto Rico Open and wrapped things up in a near-record 1:58 – though he and his caddie "legitimately ran" the last five holes, the rookie said.

• • •

Update No. 3: 12:12 p.m. EDT

Ian Poulter starts his day with a birdie to move to T-28 at 5 over. Poulter's now got a full day between himself and his Twitter rant about Hideki Matsuyama's course damage in the second round, for which the Japanese player apologized before yesterday's round.

How did Patrick Reed build his lead? In part thanks to this eagle putt at No. 8 yesterday (mobile readers can see the video here). He'll tee off in about two and a half hours.

Moving the other direction, Matteo Manassero started with a par before carding four bogeys and a double bogey during his next five holes, slipping to 64th at 16 over.

• • •

Update No. 2: 11:51 a.m. EDT

Sergio Garcia starts his day with a birdie to take a step up to T-37 at 6 over. Lee Westwood's first birdie of the day comes at No. 2 to bump him up to T-41 at 7 over.

• • •

Update No. 1: 11:19 a.m. EDT

Did you set your clocks forward? The time change might have helped Dawie van der Walt, who's 2 under through eight holes to bump up to 65th at 17 over. Then again, he began helping his cause yesterday with a 1-under 71 on the heels of two rounds in the 80s.

The time change also didn't hurt the weather, with winds again calm and temps again in the 70s. Anyone with the ability to book a last-minute flight might not need our Tracker later . . .

• • •

Early risers

2013 Greenbrier Classic winner Jonas Blixt is 2 under through four holes, climbing a bit to T-44 at 8 over. Brendon de Jonge, Ernie Els and Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano are 1 under today, the Spaniard looking to break a string of three 77s this week.

• • •

Slow starters

Kiradech Aphibarnrat is 4 over at the turn, dropping to 67th at 23 over. Martin Kaymer bogeyed his first three holes to drop to T-62 at 15 over with 13 holes to play.

• • •

Saturday coverage

Rude: Hot putter of old lifts T. Woods at Doral If it has been said once, it has been said hundreds of times in recent years by Tiger Woods observers: He doesn’t putt as well as he used to, particularly on greens he has never seen before. That might well be, but Saturday at the WGC-Cadillac Championship hardly supported the notion. The 38-year-old Woods putted like it was 1999, or 2000, or pick a calendar year in which he seemed to consistently roll the ball into the cup from hither and yon.

5 Things: P. Reed's boost; P. Mickelson's mindset; more

The third round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship had something for everyone, but most people were impressed by Tiger Woods' performance. During a 6-under 66, Woods made eight birdies and recorded the lowest round of the championship so far – climbing just three shots behind leader Patrick Reed at 4 under. Reed, co-leader with Dustin Johnson, Matt Kuchar and Hunter Mahan to start the day, shot a 3-under 69 to take hold of his second 54-hole lead this year.

I. Poulter calls out H. Matsuyama on Twitter

Ian Poulter ranted on twitter, but only after Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama went on a rant of his own slamming his putter into the green in the difficult second round Friday. Matsuyama, 22, had made the turn at 4-over 40; when he missed a 7-foot putt at the 13th green, he slammed his putter in the green before walking off. When the group behind Matsuyama that included Poulter, Jason Dufner and Charl Schwartzel reached the green, the indentation was serious enough to request a rules official to repair it.

Tiger Tracker: 66 pulls T. Woods to T-4, 3 back of Patrick Reed

Tiger Woods used eight birdies to card a 6-under 66 and work his way back into contention Saturday at the WGC-Cadillac Championship. The World No. 1 is 1 under for the tournament, three shots back of leader Patrick Reed, who shot 69 Saturday at Trump National Doral. Reed is two shots head of Jason Dufner (68) and Hunter Mahan (71). A day after high winds made scoring conditions difficult, low numbers were easier to achieve in Round 3.

• • •

Friday coverage

Having to 'grind it out,' Tiger in contention behind 73

In a wild and windy Day 2 at the WGC-Cadillac Championship, Tiger Woods’ performance had remarkable moments both good and bad – but enough of the former to keep him in contention at Doral.

5 Things: Blue Monster shows teeth; Mahan manages; more

The second round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship was as difficult as golf in South Florida can get, and as a result, just four players – all leaders – are under par at 1 under. Here are 5 Things you need to know from Friday's action at Trump National Doral.

A triple? A quad? Yep, but Garcia still in contention

Sergio Garcia had a triple bogey in finishing his first round on Friday morning, followed by a quadruple bogey to start his second round, but the Spaniard is still in contention at the ultra-difficult Trump National Doral.

Tracker: Woods 6 back at WGC-Cadillac Championship

Trump National Doral showed plenty of bite Friday at the WGC-Cadillac Championship, as windy conditions coupled with a tough-to-gauge course layout left just four players under par at the conclusion of the second round.

• • •

Thursday coverage

Woods 2 over at suspended WGC-Cadillac; back 'a lot better'

While his back felt much better, Tiger Woods played 10 holes in 2 over par before play was halted due to darkness Thursday at the WGC-Cadillac Championship.

5 Things: English takes clubhouse lead; de Jonge hurting; more

They started, they stopped, they started again and then they stopped for good. That is how Thursday’s first round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship played out with Harris English the clubhouse leader at 3 under.

Day (thumb) WDs from WGC-Cadillac Championship

Jason Day withdrew prior to his first-round tee time Thursday at the WGC-Cadillac Championship due to a left-thumb injury.

WGC-Cadillac: Pre-weather delay news and notes

Sweeping across from west to east, an intense line of thunderstorms – severe enough to ignite isolated tornadoes – put an emphatic halt to first-round play in the WGC-Cadillac Championship.

Tracker: Woods 2 over as play halted at WGC-Cadillac

Tiger Woods managed to complete 10 holes before darkness set in Thursday at the WGC-Cadillac Championship. He did not, however, manage to make a birdie.

• • •

Pre-tournament coverage

Still Doral's showstopper, Woods makes his pitch

Even The Donald himself made his way through the lobby of his latest toyland and asked of a PGA Tour player, "Is Tiger playing?" Tiger Woods will indeed play in the WGC-Cadillac Championship despite limited prep.

Rude: Tiger just needs to finish, build confidence

A more realistic goal for Tiger Woods this week than the WGC-Cadillac Championship trophy at Doral would seem to be health and confidence going into next month's Masters at Augusta.

Coetzee looking to earn a return trip to Augusta National

George Coetzee has a month to make an impact and move inside the OWGR's top 50 to earn a spot in this year's Masters. Or, of course, he could simply win this week at the WGC-Cadillac Championship and book his ticket for Augusta.

Klein: The new-look Doral already a winner; plus, hole-by-hole

Our Bradley S. Klein says new Doral is truly the winner of this week's WGC-Cadillac Championship, and takes you hole-by-hole through the new layout in South Florida.

Dubuisson's clubs finally arrive at Doral

Chalk up another recovery for Victor Dubuisson, as the Frenchman's clubs finally arrived at Doral late Tuesday night to set himself up for another shot at a WGC title.

Oddsmakers favor McIlroy at Doral over Tiger

Tiger Woods' withdrawal last week likely cost him his the title of oddsmakers' favorite at this week's WGC-Cadillac Championship, with Rory McIlroy taking the top spot.

Players, caddies praise redesign of Trump National Doral

With new improvements to the course, players and caddies are having to study this new Trump National Doral for the WGC-Cadillac Championship.

Aiing Oosthuizen adjusts schedule on road to Augusta

Louis Oosthuizen hit balls on the new range at Trump National Doral with the hope his ailing back will stand up – not just at this week's WGC-Cadillac Championship but for upcoming stops at Tampa, Houston and eventually Augusta.

Welcome to Golfweek.com's comments section.
Please review the posting guidlines here: Golfweek.com Community Guidelines.
All accounts must be verified using Disqus email verification