World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship

  • March 7 - 10, 2013
  • Trump National Doral - Miami, FL
  • Par 72
    Yards 7,334
  • Purse $8,750,000
    Defending Champion Tiger Woods

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3R4TOTEARNINGSFEDEX PTSTEE TIME
1-Tiger WoodsT. Woods-19-1F66656771269$1,500,000.00550-
2-Steve StrickerS. Stricker-17-4F67676968271$880,000.00315-
T3-Sergio GarciaS. Garcia-14-3F66726769274$417,500.00140-
T3-Graeme McDowellG. McDowell-14EF66676972274$417,500.00140-
T3-Phil MickelsonP. Mickelson-14-1F67676971274$417,500.00140-
T3-Adam ScottA. Scott-14-8F72706864274$417,500.00140-
7-Keegan BradleyK. Bradley-12-1F68686971276$240,000.0095-
T8-Rory McIlroyR. McIlroy-10-7F73697165278$163,750.0081-
T8-Peter HansonP. Hanson-10-2F67717070278$163,750.0081-
T8-Michael ThompsonM. Thompson-10+1F69696773278$163,750.0081-
T8-Justin RoseJ. Rose-10-4F68727068278$163,750.0081-
T12-Jason DufnerJ. Dufner-9EF69696972279$113,750.0064-
T12-Dustin JohnsonD. Johnson-9EF68697072279$113,750.0064-
T12-Charles Howell IIIC. Howell III-9-1F68716971279$113,750.0064-
T12-Richard SterneR. Sterne-9-5F70717167279$113,750.000-
T16-Charl SchwartzelC. Schwartzel-8+3F71656975280$98,000.0056-
T16-Freddie JacobsonF. Jacobson-8+2F66697174280$98,000.0056-
T18-Nicolas ColsaertsN. Colsaerts-7EF71716772281$93,000.0053-
T18-Bubba WatsonB. Watson-7+3F66697175281$93,000.0053-
T20-John SendenJ. Senden-6+2F69697074282$88,000.0050-
T20-Webb SimpsonW. Simpson-6EF72677172282$88,000.0050-
T20-Alexander NorenA. Noren-6-1F69707271282$88,000.000-
T23-Matteo ManasseroM. Manassero-5-6F71717566283$83,000.000-
T23-Scott JamiesonS. Jamieson-5EF70697272283$83,000.000-
T25-Lee WestwoodL. Westwood-4-1F73697171284$79,000.0045-
T25-Hunter MahanH. Mahan-4+2F67727174284$79,000.0045-
T25-Scott PiercyS. Piercy-4EF70736972284$79,000.0045-
T28-Ian PoulterI. Poulter-3+3F68707275285$75,000.0041-
T28-Francesco MolinariF. Molinari-3-3F78667269285$75,000.000-
T28-Ernie ElsE. Els-3-1F73697271285$75,000.0041-
T28-Russell HenleyR. Henley-3+1F70727073285$75,000.0041-
T28-John HuhJ. Huh-3+4F71677176285$75,000.0041-
T33-Jason DayJ. Day-2-1F74667571286$71,500.0038-
T33-Louis OosthuizenL. Oosthuizen-2EF70756972286$71,500.0038-
T35-Brian GayB. Gay-1EF70766972287$68,500.0035-
T35-Rickie FowlerR. Fowler-1+6F69697178287$68,500.0035-
T35-Matt KucharM. Kuchar-1-1F72727271287$68,500.0035-
T35-Jim FurykJ. Furyk-1+1F72707273287$68,500.0035-
T39-Bo Van PeltB. Van PeltE+2F68757174288$64,500.0031-
T39-Marcel SiemM. SiemE-2F75737070288$64,500.000-
T39-David LynnD. LynnE-1F71707671288$64,500.0031-
T39-Padraig HarringtonP. HarringtonEEF76726872288$64,500.0031-
T43-Gonzalo Fdez-CastanoG. Fdez-Castano+1+2F72707374289$60,500.000-
T43-Luke DonaldL. Donald+1EF70767172289$60,500.0027-
T43-Bill HaasB. Haas+1EF72737272289$60,500.0027-
T43-Chris WoodC. Wood+1+1F71747173289$60,500.000-
T47-Geoff OgilvyG. Ogilvy+2+2F69747374290$57,500.0024-
T47-Zach JohnsonZ. Johnson+2+3F71677775290$57,500.0024-
T49-Branden GraceB. Grace+3EF73747272291$54,500.000-
T49-Nick WatneyN. Watney+3+2F69717774291$54,500.0021-
T49-Carl PetterssonC. Pettersson+3+2F71757174291$54,500.0021-
T49-Martin KaymerM. Kaymer+3+2F76687374291$54,500.0021-
T53-Thorbjorn OlesenT. Olesen+4EF75757072292$50,600.000-
T53-Thaworn WiratchantT. Wiratchant+4+5F69697777292$50,600.000-
T53-Ryan MooreR. Moore+4+4F73717276292$50,600.0016-
T53-George CoetzeeG. Coetzee+4+8F70697380292$50,600.000-
T53-Stephen GallacherS. Gallacher+4+2F74756974292$50,600.000-
T58-Mike HendryM. Hendry+5+5F72667877293$48,750.000-
T58-Paul LawrieP. Lawrie+5-2F78737270293$48,750.000-
T60-Tim ClarkT. Clark+7+7F72737179295$47,500.0010-
T60-John MerrickJ. Merrick+7+4F75727276295$47,500.0010-
T60-Marcus FraserM. Fraser+7+1F73727773295$47,500.000-
T63-Jamie DonaldsonJ. Donaldson+11+2F72777674299$46,250.000-
T63-Rafael Cabrera BelloR. Cabrera Bello+11+6F71747678299$46,250.000-
65-Robert GarrigusR. Garrigus+12+4F75757476300$45,500.006-

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Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer 

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Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

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Kevin Maguire Golf 

With his 15th-place finish at the Hero World Challenge, Tiger Woods is projected to move inside the top 650 in the Official World Golf Ranking. Coming into the week, Woods was ranked 898th. Had he finished last in the field that started with 18 players, he would have moved up roughly 150 places instead of the approximately 250 spots he jumped.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Tiger Woods concedes this week has been a draining one.

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Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

I asked Tiger about changing his expectations.

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Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Bob Harig asked Tiger Woods for his assessment of his week.

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