- U.S. Open offered to Torrey Pines for 2021
- Reed, 23, earns historic win at Doral | Harig
- Ailing Tiger fades with a birdie-less 78 | Woj
- Rookie Hadley closes out Puerto Rico victory
- No. 1 Park edges No. 2 Pettersen in China
- Hadwin birdies last 2, wins 1st on Web.com
- Rookie apologizes after Poulter's Twitter rant
- Garcia, again bitten by Blue Monster, takes 9
- Four make Open Championship via Thai event
- Day withdraws from Cadillac with hurt thumb
- 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
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Reed Doesn't Wilt
With world class players all around him, 23-year-old Patrick Reed simply went out a beat back one of the best fields of the year.
Two things were certain with Tiger at Doral: First, he carded his worst career round on the course and, second, his back pain will be a recurring question for the foreseeable future.
|1||Jimmy Walker (USA)||11||$3,861,680|
|2||Dustin Johnson (USA)||6||$3,346,150|
|3||Patrick Reed (USA)||10||$3,008,552|
|4||Bubba Watson (USA)||7||$2,913,007|
|5||Harris English (USA)||11||$2,409,063|
|6||Webb Simpson (USA)||8||$2,076,016|
|7||Ryan Moore (USA)||9||$2,073,050|
|8||Chris Kirk (USA)||10||$2,009,570|
|9||Jason Day (AUS)||3||$1,909,200|
|10||Zach Johnson (USA)||8||$1,868,492|
World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship - FINAL
Trump National Doral, Miami, FL - 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 - FINAL
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)