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Cadillac Championship is 2nd win of the year for Woods

Mar 11th, 2013
Staff Writer

Tiger woods || photo: James Marvin Phelps || flickr.comTiger Woods clinched his 17th World Golf Championship and 76th career PGA Tour win at the WGC-Cadillac Championship at Doral on Sunday. His closing score of a 1-under 71 was enough to win by two shots over Steve Stricker, according to PGA.com.

Woods’ win over the weekend has put him within reach of reclaiming the No. 1 spot in the world. Already the favorite for the Masters, all Woods needs to be back at the top is a win at Bay Hill in two weeks, as stated on the PGA website.

Runner-up Stricker spent almost an hour on the day before the tournament helping Woods practice his putts. This mini lesson would translate into 27 birdies for Woods over the course of the week.

"Thank you to Steve for the putting lesson," Woods said at the trophy presentation, as stated on PGA.com. "It was one of those weeks where I felt pretty good about how I was playing, made a few putts and got it rolling."

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