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Mar 9, 2014

Golf-Reed wins WGC-Cadillac Championship

DORAL, Florida, March 9 (Reuters) – American Patrick Reed became the youngest winner of a World Golf Championship event when he held on for a one shot victory at the Cadillac Championship on Sunday after an ailing Tiger Woods failed to mount a challenge.

Reed shot a final round of even-par 72 to finish the $9 million tournament at four-under 284, one shot clear of Bubba Watson and Jamie Donaldson. It was Reed’s third PGA Tour title in the past eight months.

Mar 9, 2014

Golf-Reed in Cadillac driver’s seat as Woods fades

DORAL, Florida, March 9 (Reuters) – American Patrick Reed opened up a commanding four shot lead midway through the final round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship on Sunday as Tiger Woods’ challenge dimmed.

Reed, who would become the youngest winner of a WGC event with a victory at Trump National Doral, was at six under par with nine holes to play.

Mar 9, 2014

Only thing Reed interested in lifting is WGC-Cadillac title

DORAL, Florida (Reuters) – Patrick Reed would rather lie in bed and watch television than go to the gym and does not watch he eats yet was able to muscle his way past fitness addicts such as Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy on Saturday to take the lead into the final round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship.

“Not a workout junkie at all. I’d rather lay in bed and watch TV than get in the gym,” said Reed after firing a third round three-under 69 to take a two shot lead over the elite field going into Sunday.

Mar 9, 2014

Golf-Reed in Cadillac driver’s seat, Woods in hot pursuit

DORAL, Florida, March 8 (Reuters) – American Patrick Reed will take a two shot lead into the final round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship while Tiger Woods stormed into contention with the lowest round of the tournament on Saturday.

With the punishing winds that created havoc on Friday giving way to calm conditions, the Blue Monster course lost much of its bite allowing emboldened golfers to attack the pins.

Mar 8, 2014

Golf-Woods tames Monster to move into contention at WGC-Cadillac

DORAL, Florida, March 8 (Reuters) – Tiger Woods mounted one of his patented third round charges on Saturday, firing a six-under 66 to storm into contention for an unprecedented eighth WGC-Cadillac Championship.

With the punishing winds that created havoc on Friday giving way to calmer conditions, the Blue Monster course lost some of its bite and an emboldened Woods seized his chance.

Mar 8, 2014

Blue Monster has golfers seeing red

DORAL, Florida (Reuters) – The Blue Monster had some players seeing red after a tough day at the WGC-Cadillac Championship on Friday left only four golfers below par at the midway point of the $9 million event.

Prior to the opening round golfers had sung the praises of the redesigned course but many were singing a different tune after whipping winds allowed the Blue Monster to show its true colors.

Mar 7, 2014

Golf-Four share midway lead as Blue Monster shows teeth

DORAL, Florida, March 7 (Reuters) – American Hunter Mahan eagled his penultimate hole to grab a share of the halfway lead at the WGC-Cadillac Championship on Friday as the Blue Monster showed its true colours, with more than 100 golf balls ending up in the water.

On a brutal day that some players described as a survival test, Mahan eagled the par five eighth in fading light for a second round of two-over 74 that left him tied for the lead with his compatriots Dustin Johnson (74), Patrick Reed (75) and Matt Kuchar (74) at one-under par.

Mar 7, 2014

Reed grabs Doral lead as Woods and Scott struggle

DORAL, Florida (Reuters) – American Patrick Reed grabbed a one-shot lead at the end of the rain-delayed opening round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship on Friday while Tiger Woods saved his day with a blazing finish.

Reed, who had a four-way share of the overnight lead when play was halted due to darkness, returned early on Friday to complete his final seven holes en route to a four-under 68.

Mar 7, 2014

Five share lead of at weather hit WGC-Cadillac

DORAL, Florida (Reuters) – American Harris English birdied his final hole in fading light to grab the clubhouse lead at the weather hit WGC-Cadillac Championship on Thursday with most of the field still on the course when play was suspended due to darkness.

English, who returned a three-under 69 on the revamped Blue Monster course was joined at the top of a crowded leaderboard with compatriots Hunter Mahan, Jason Dufner, Patrick Reed and Italian Francesco Molinari also on three-under, though they still have to complete their first rounds.

Mar 6, 2014

Golf-McIlroy looks to WGC-Cadillac after Honda crash

DORAL, Florida March 5 (Reuters) – Rory McIlroy did not head back to the drawing board after his final round back nine meltdown at the Honda Classic but the Northern Irishman did find time for a refresher course ahead of this week’s WGC-Cadillac Championship.

The double major winner had led by three strokes after six holes at the Honda Classic on Sunday and appeared on course for his first PGA Tour win since 2012 before a double bogey at the par four 16th was followed by a bogey at 17.