- In progress: Tiger shoots 76 at Doral | Harig
- Woods 5 back after stormy start at Cadillac
- Day withdraws from Cadillac with hurt thumb
- Stuard leads by 1 at windy Puerto Rico Open
- Scott can grab No. 1 ranking with Doral win
- Torrance, Smyth to help European Cup effort
- Lundquist to receive Scully broadcasting award
- Tiger treated, to play Doral | Wojciechowski
- Dubuisson gains temporary Tour membership
- USGA: No anchor ban reprieve for amateurs
- Olympic golf qualifying date set for July 2016
- Henley wins Honda four-man playoff | Woj
- Top amateur Rodgers to leave Stanford, go pro
- Creamer gets win with 75-foot putt | Voepel
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GOLF PHOTO GALLERIES
Miguel Jimenez of Spain watches his shot from the 17th tee during the first round of the Cadillac Championship golf ...(AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)
No Backing Down
The questions about Tiger Woods' recent WD run the gamut from legit injury to a convenient quitter. So which is it?
Wait And See
A major renovation at the WGC-Cadillac Championship appears to have put some bite back into the Blue Monster. So how will it hold up?
|1||Jimmy Walker (USA)||10||$3,785,680|
|2||Dustin Johnson (USA)||5||$2,951,150|
|3||Harris English (USA)||11||$2,318,397|
|4||Bubba Watson (USA)||6||$2,160,007|
|5||Webb Simpson (USA)||7||$2,019,016|
|6||Ryan Moore (USA)||8||$1,997,050|
|7||Chris Kirk (USA)||9||$1,946,070|
|8||Jason Day (AUS)||3||$1,909,200|
|9||Zach Johnson (USA)||7||$1,777,825|
|10||Kevin Stadler (USA)||9||$1,617,152|
World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship - IN PROGRESS
TPC Blue Monster at Doral - 3/6/2014
- Par: 36-36--72 Yards: 7,481 Purse: $9,000,000
- Def. Champ: Tiger Woods - USA, 269 (19-under)
Puerto Rico Open presented by seepuertorico.com - IN PROGRESS
Trump Intrntl GC - Puerto Rico - 3/6/2014
- Par: 36-36--72 Yards: 7,506 Purse: $3,500,000
- Def. Champ: Scott Brown - USA, 268 (20-under)