|This Week in Golf -- March 13-16
Last year, Kevin Streelman carded a pair of bogey-free rounds in the weekend to earn his first career victory on the PGA Tour. He finished the tournament at 10-under-par 274, which was two strokes clear of Boo Weekley.
|Golf Tidbits: Doral, Reed open plenty of eyes
Through the first three rounds of the WGC-Cadillac Championship, the big story was the completely re-done Blue Monster Course at Doral. The final round story line shifted to the eventual winner, Patrick Reed.
|Reed continues ascent in world rankings
Patrick Reed earned his third win in eight months at the WGC-Cadillac Championship on Sunday and that moved him to 20th in this week's world golf rankings.
|Park outduels Pettersen in China
Inbee Park fired a 6-under 67 on Sunday to outduel Suzann Pettersen and win the World Ladies Championship.
|Day pulls out of Cadillac with thumb injury
World No. 4 Jason Day withdrew from the WGC- Cadillac Championship before teeing off on Thursday due to a thumb injury.
|McGinley tabs Smyth, Torrance as Vice Captains
European Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley followed his counterparts' lead in choosing two veterans as his Vice Captains. McGinley selected Des Smyth and Sam Torrance as his vice captains on Thursday morning at Gleneagles.
|Golf Tidbits: Creamer dramatically ends drought
75 feet. 25 yards. 900 inches. 2,286 centimeters.
|Kaufman wins rain-delayed Symetra event
Kim Kaufman fired a 6-under 66 on Monday to win the rain-delayed Volvik Championship.
|This Week in Golf -- March 6-9
Also, the 10th tee was moved well left so the players tee shot has a longer carry over water, the par-3 15th was shortened, but more water was added into play, and the 16th was also shortened, but water was moved closer to the green.
|Henley soars up world rankings
Russell Henley won a four-man playoff on Sunday and that helped him soar inside the top 50 in this week's world golf rankings.