Patrick Reed WGC Cadillac A Young Ambitious World Champion

Patrick Reed led the WGC-Cadillac from start to finish to become the youngest world champion in history at 23 years, with a stroke ahead of Bubba Watson and Jamie Donaldson. Woods finished far back complaining. Dubuisson finished 62nd.

Patrick Reed led the WGC-Cadillac from start to finish to become the youngest world champion in history at 23 years, with a stroke ahead of Bubba Watson and Jamie Donaldson. Woods finished far back complaining. Dubuisson finished 62nd.

patrick reed wgc cadillac a young ambitious world champion

Patrick Reed WGC Cadillac A Young Ambitious World Champion

Young people have the wind in their sails at the world championships. After the demonstration of Victor Dubuisson, 23, at the last world championship match play (defeated in the final by Jason Day, 26 years), it is the turn of Patrick Reed, 23 years old also, to illustrate becoming the youngest winner of a WGC event. By winning the WGC-Cadillac before the cream of world golf, Patrick Reed enters a new dimension with already his third victory in his last fourteen tournaments on the PGA Tour, the most beautiful far. Only Rory McIlroy has such a ranking among golfers under 25 years. The Texan finished yet as an old veteran with twelve pars on his last fourteen holes, playing in the last 4 as a par 5 to avoid the water hazard.

Patrick Reed Tactician

While four of the six golfers who preceded him had swung their balls in the water at 18 (Zach and Dustin Johnson, Miguel Angel Jimenez and Tiger Woods), the leader took advantage of the missed putt for par Jamie Donaldson, both parties before, offering him two shots ahead, to play by 4 of 18 as a par 5. His iron shot departure was not even long enough to reach the start of the fairway! But at least the water hazard was not at stake logical choice, but so rare at this level, however, left no margin for error. We had two good iron shots to advance and a good wedge shot to leave two putts. Written in advance scenario is reproduced identically on the course for a win by the smallest of margins Bubba Watson and Jamie Donaldson, who consoled by taking the lead in the Race to Dubai. “I believe in me, confided the world number 20. Especially after so much work. I gained a lot of amateur and now I have three wins on the PGA Tour. I think I can be part of the global Top 5. I proved by leading from start to finish to win in front of such a field of players, “he concluded. It seems that happiness never comes alone, Patrick Reed was not caddeye his wife this week since the latter is pregnant. She was still come to see her champion husband triumph at Doral, then that is the brother of Justine who wore the bag the winner.

Tiger Woods Complained Of Back

Patrick Reed built his victory as Tiger Woods used to do. Show its dominance after 54 holes and wrap up. The Texan pushed mimicry to wear a red shirt and black pants … like Tiger! Tiger Woods was never in rhythm with a skip and a return concluded +3. Card 78 without birdie even the worst of his week. The world number one has complained again back after a bunker shot from fairway at hole 6, the scene of his third bogey of the day. An injury that should not jeopardize his chances to participate in the Masters in five weeks or the Arnold Palmer Invitational, where he will defend his title in two weeks.

Difficult Week For Dubuisson

Only two Americans managed cards below 70 on the nine successful Sunday. It should be noted in particular the two towers without bogey Sergio Garcia (69) and Jonas Blixt (66!) Completing all two sixteenths alongside Henrik Stenson particular (69 Sunday) ‘s. Victor Dubuisson is away from the club with a card of 78 to finish. Author of two double bogeys on his last six holes, the young Cannes merely the 62nd place on the sixty-seven golfers still in contention on Sunday. Nothing to worry about, however after his demonstration there two weeks was forced to respond to constant stress, while ironing quickly by France, which inevitably generates a little extra fatigue. The difficulty of the course did not help the French with only three golfers finish the week under par and three hundred bullets ended in the water with an ever-present wind, often violent. The Blue Monster Doral new version released claws and it’s Patrick Reed who is the best out.

The final Ranking (Par 72):

1. Patrick Reed (USA): 284 (-4)
2. Bubba Watson (USA): 285 (-3)
-. Jamie Donaldson (PWs): 285 (-3)
4.Richard Sterne (AFS): 288 (by)
– Dustin Johnson (USA). 288 (by)

62. Victor Dubuisson (Fra): 306 (+18)