Trying to figure out why anyone worse than a scratch handicap would want to play Doral.
— Joe Ogilvie (@ogilviej) March 7, 2014
The WGC event at Trump Doral stands for the Waterball Golf Championship. Many tweaks by Gil Hanse may be required going forward.
— Steve Flesch (@Steve_Flesch) March 7, 2014
Watching the Cadillac Championship on the Golf channel...is it bad that I secretly enjoy watching the guys struggle in the wind???
— Becky Morgan (@BJMgolf) March 8, 2014
'Another ball in the water' could quickly become an imbibing game watching this tournament
— kris tamulis (@kktamulis) March 8, 2014
So challenging out there today with the wind. Other than two holes I played pretty well. Let's see if we can get back into it tomorrow!
— Sergio Garcia (@TheSergioGarcia) March 7, 2014
Isn't the US Open was the 2nd major of the year, I see they moved it to Miami for some reason. I bet there's a few players wishing for a cut
— Stuart Appleby (@StuartAppleby) March 7, 2014
Pfff wow, that was a very tough day out there.Brutal wind.dissapointing first 9 holes in +4 but my second round was pretty good with level!
— Joost Luiten (@joostluiten) March 7, 2014
Well that was fun....
— Ian Poulter (@IanJamesPoulter) March 7, 2014
Making long putts is so in style this week.
Today at Doral in the second round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship, Tiger Woods rammed home a 91-footer for birdie at the par-3 fourth hole.
Check it out:
Officially, Tiger's putt was 91 feet, 7 inches, making it the longest putt holed on the PGA Tour in the last five seasons (it moved Woods to 2 over for the tournament and 6 over for the day when it was holed). However, as unbelievable as that putt was, it isn't even the longest of Tiger's illustrious career.
In the 2001 Tour Championship at Champions Golf Club in Houston, Woods holed a 123-foot, 6-inch putt.
And, if you wanted one more look at that bomb Creamer made Sunday, here it is:
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