World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship

  • March 8 - 11, 2012
  • Trump National Doral - Miami, FL
  • Par 72
    Yards 7,334
  • Purse $8,500,000
    2012 Champion Justin Rose

Final

POSMOVECTRYPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3R4TOTEARNINGSFEDEX PTSTEE TIME
1-Justin RoseJ. Rose-16-2F69646970272$1,400,000.00550-
2-Bubba WatsonB. Watson-15+2F70626774273$845,000.00315-
3-Rory McIlroyR. McIlroy-14-5F73696567274$516,000.00200-
T4-Peter HansonP. Hanson-13-1F70656971275$362,500.000-
T4-Charl SchwartzelC. Schwartzel-13-4F68697068275$362,500.00128-
T6-John SendenJ. Senden-12-7F76676865276$260,000.00100-
T6-Luke DonaldL. Donald-12-3F70686969276$260,000.00100-
T8-Keegan BradleyK. Bradley-11+3F69676675277$165,000.0081-
T8-Matt KucharM. Kuchar-11EF72676672277$165,000.0081-
T8-Steve StrickerS. Stricker-11-3F69706969277$165,000.0081-
T8-Bo Van PeltB. Van Pelt-11-3F73657069277$165,000.0081-
12-Aaron BaddeleyA. Baddeley-10-5F69746867278$120,000.0069-
T13-Adam ScottA. Scott-9-1F66687471279$101,000.0061-
T13-Graeme McDowellG. McDowell-9-2F75676770279$101,000.0061-
T13-Johnson WagnerJ. Wagner-9+1F70696773279$101,000.0061-
T13-Francesco MolinariF. Molinari-9-7F75687165279$101,000.000-
T17-Charles Howell IIIC. Howell III-8EF70677172280$92,000.0053-
T17-Nick WatneyN. Watney-8-5F71736967280$92,000.0053-
T17-Zach JohnsonZ. Johnson-8+3F70686775280$92,000.0053-
T20-Greg ChalmersG. Chalmers-7EF71706872281$85,000.0050-
T20-Robert KarlssonR. Karlsson-7-4F75687068281$85,000.0050-
T20-Jason DayJ. Day-7-1F73677071281$85,000.0050-
T20-Martin KaymerM. Kaymer-7+2F73647074281$85,000.000-
T24-Robert RockR. Rock-6-3F75706869282$76,000.000-
T24-Hunter MahanH. Mahan-6+1F71726673282$76,000.0045-
T24-Thomas BjornT. Bjorn-6-1F68687571282$76,000.000-
T24-Marcus FraserM. Fraser-6-3F76686969282$76,000.000-
T24-Martin LairdM. Laird-6-1F72736671282$76,000.0045-
T29-Gary WoodlandG. Woodland-5EF71707072283$67,500.0040-
T29-Bill HaasB. Haas-5-3F74707069283$67,500.0040-
T29-Lee WestwoodL. Westwood-5EF76676872283$67,500.0040-
T29-Anders HansenA. Hansen-5EF70726972283$67,500.000-
T29-Jason DufnerJ. Dufner-5EF66727372283$67,500.0040-
T29-Garth MulroyG. Mulroy-5-2F73716970283$67,500.0040-
T35-Nicolas ColsaertsN. Colsaerts-4-1F73707071284$60,500.000-
T35-K.J. ChoiK.J. Choi-4+1F74677073284$60,500.0033-
T35-Jonathan ByrdJ. Byrd-4EF72707072284$60,500.0033-
T35-Chez ReavieC. Reavie-4-1F78686771284$60,500.0033-
T35-Juvic PagunsanJ. Pagunsan-4EF69717272284$60,500.000-
T35-Dustin JohnsonD. Johnson-4-4F75687368284$60,500.0033-
T35-Webb SimpsonW. Simpson-4+5F75666677284$60,500.0033-
T35-Branden GraceB. Grace-4-2F78726470284$60,500.000-
T43-Phil MickelsonP. Mickelson-3-1F72717171285$55,500.0028-
T43-Darren ClarkeD. Clarke-3-3F74746869285$55,500.000-
T45-Brandt SnedekerB. Snedeker-2EF75697072286$52,000.0024-
T45-Rickie FowlerR. Fowler-2-2F74707270286$52,000.0024-
T45-Retief GoosenR. Goosen-2-2F74717170286$52,000.0024-
T45-Mark WilsonM. Wilson-2EF72707272286$52,000.0024-
T45-Miguel Angel JimenezM. Angel Jimenez-2+1F69717373286$52,000.000-
50-Hennie OttoH. Otto-1+5F73667177287$49,000.000-
T51-Kyung KimK. KimEEF74727072288$46,875.000-
T51-Paul CaseyP. CaseyE+1F76716873288$46,875.0019-
T51-Kyle StanleyK. StanleyE+2F69697674288$46,875.0019-
T51-Ben CraneB. CraneE-1F73717371288$46,875.0019-
T55-Geoff OgilvyG. Ogilvy+1+1F73737073289$45,250.0016-
T55-Gonzalo Fernandez-CastanoG. Fernandez-Castano+1EF74707372289$45,250.000-
T57-Alvaro QuirosA. Quiros+2+4F69747176290$44,250.000-
T57-Jbe' KrugerJ. Kruger+2+2F72717374290$44,250.000-
59-Y.E. YangY.E. Yang+3+4F72677676291$43,500.0012-
T60-Tadahiro TakayamaT. Takayama+5-1F74737571293$42,000.000-
T60-Louis OosthuizenL. Oosthuizen+5EF77707472293$42,000.009-
T60-Ian PoulterI. Poulter+5-3F76777169293$42,000.009-
T60-Sergio GarciaS. Garcia+5+4F75746876293$42,000.009-
T60-Paul LawrieP. Lawrie+5+5F70747277293$42,000.000-
65-Rafael Cabrera BelloR. Cabrera Bello+6+2F75707574294$40,500.000-
T66-Pablo LarrazabalP. Larrazabal+7+3F76737175295$39,750.000-
T66-Vijay SinghV. Singh+7+3F75737275295$39,750.005-
68-Freddie JacobsonF. Jacobson+8+5F72767177296$39,000.003-
69-Alexander NorenA. Noren+9+4F74757276297$38,500.000-
70-Tetsuji HiratsukaT. Hiratsuka+10+5F78737077298$38,000.000-
71-Sang-Moon BaeS. Bae+11-1F79767371299$37,750.001-
72-Simon DysonS. Dyson+12+9F74727381300$37,500.000-
--Tiger WoodsT. WoodsWD+31172676848207$00-
--David TomsD. TomsWD---72708--142$00-

Now

Kevin Maguire Golf 

Phil Mickelson started his day with a wayard drive and a triple-bogey 7. A birdie on No. 8 gets one shot back and he's now 1 over at the PGA Championship.

espnW @espnW

One golfer is playing at the Women's British Open while 7 months pregnant. Yes, you read that right: es.pn/2anybM9

Lee leads British Open after Day Two

Mirim Lee leads as the 2nd round nears the close at the RICOH Women's British Open.

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Kevin Maguire Golf 

Rory McIlroy's birdie attempt on the par-4 seventh hole comes up just short on the low side. He's right on the cut line at 2 over (T-70) but has played the more difficult front side so far in 2 under at the PGA Championship. A couple more birdies before he gets to the closing back-to-back par-5s could yield a weekend tee time for the Northern Irishman.

Kevin Maguire Golf 

How finicky is golf? The man who played a near-flawless final round at The Open (Phil Mickelson) is in danger of missing the cut. At the moment Lefty is +3, 1 shot off the cutline with 12 holes to play Friday at the PGA Championship. Others that are in danger of missing the weekend at Baltusrol are Sergio Garcia, Matt Kuchar and Luke Donald. Reigning U.S. Open champion Dustin Johnson, who finished in the top 10 at Troon, will definitely be getting the weekend off after going 77-72 (+9).

Kevin Maguire Golf 

Billy Hurley III skipped The Open at Royal Troon so he could attend his sister's wedding. How big a deal is that? Well, the man who served in the Navy in the Persian Gulf (among other places) has only played in four majors in his career. This week's PGA Championship is his fifth and he's never finished higher than T-48 (at the 2014 U.S. Open.) Through seven holes in Round 2 at Baltusrol, Hurley is T-30, 1 under overall but has jumped 51 places on the leaderboard so far on Friday.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Jordan Spieth last month, talking about current leader Emiliano Grillo: "He's one of the best strikers of the golf ball I've ever seen."

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Jimmy Walker is playing some seriously solid golf. A birdie at the 8th hole gets him one shot back of the lead at -7 with one big difference. The leader (Emliano Grillo) is playing the back nine first, while Jimmy Walker is on the front nine and still has the easier side to play.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

How is Rory's ball striking today? He's 4-4 on fairways hit and 5-5 on greens. His proximity to the hole is 23' compared to 31' on Thursday. Can the putter get hot?!

Mickelson opens day with shot into street

The five-time major winner's first hole at the PGA Championship Friday also featured a shot by a cart path and one near someone's backyard. See the drama

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Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

So far for round 2 the front nine is playing almost a full shot over par while the back nine is playing right on par for the field.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Andy Sullivan now has back to back birdies on the 3rd and 4th holes getting him to within 2 of the lead at -5.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Rory McIlroy finally decides to get in on the birdie action droppin' a nice one at the par three 4th hole. That gets Rory to +3 and one shot from the cut.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Jason Day gives back the birdie he made at the second hole with a bogey at the 3rd hole to fall again to -2 where he started the day.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Phil Mickelson makes a birdie on the 503 yard par 4 3rd hole and is now at +3 one shot away from the cut number.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

The cut has moved to +2 and is in a tie for 65th, now the players at +3 have to hope 17 guys at +2 or better back up to them.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

One thing to keep an eye on will be how bumpy the greens get thru the afternoon. The rain softened them up and guys can fire at flags BUT that also means soft spikes will make them very bumpy as the day goes on.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Jimmy Walker says, "Hey don't forget I'm still Dy-no-mite!" by dropping a birdie at the 5th hole now putting himself one shot back of the lead at -6.

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

Phil Mickelson hit his opening tee shot out of bounds and was fortunate to find his next one -- as well as his fourth shot which hit a tree. He ended up with a triple-bogey 7 to go to 4 over par in the second round of the PGA Championship. Consider two weeks ago at The Open, Mickelson made just four bogeys for the week.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

BOMB DROPPED by Emiliano Grillo on the 15th hole and he now takes the outright lead at -7!!! He's -3 thru 6 holes playing the back nine and doing exactly what you're supposed to do, go low.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Phil Mickelson with a chance for a bounce back birdie can't convert, but makes his par to steady the ship. Stays at +4 for the PGA.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Rory McIlroy's putting woes continue but they haven't cost him strokes yet. Two hole played four putts and a score of even par keeps him outside the cut at +4 total.