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Golfing World: Reed wins WGC-Cadillac as Tiger fades
Golfing World News recaps the action from The Cadillac Championship in Doral and World Ladies Championship in China.Robinson, and this is GW News. Patrick Reed has won his 3rd PGA Tour title in just eight months, as he produced a wire to wire victory at the recent WTC Cadillac Championship. The American became only the fifth player to win three PGA Tour events before turning 24, and the youngest to win a Wold Golf Championship. The final round saw Reed card three birdies in his first four holes on the newly renovated Blue Monster and went on to finish one shot ahead of Bubba Watson and Jamie Donaldson . Donaldson has now put himself firmly in Rider Cup contention, moving up to second in the European points list after an impressive final round of two under par 70. Steven Gallacher also boosted his Rider Cup hopes by tying for sixth after an excellent 69 on Sunday. Tiger Woods meanwhile struggled with more back pain that led to only his eighth birdie free round ever on the PGA tour . Tiger's fans were still out in force, though. Check out this haircut spotted amongst the crowd. Over to the LET now, and
Will PGA Championship venture outside U.S.?
Steve Sands, Geoff Shackelford, John Feinstein and David Fay question the PGA of America and if they'll venture out to play the Championship overseas.on in the-- in the primetime, and you can go to a golf course like Royal Melbourne. It's a solid venue, it's one of the greatest courses in the world, you know you're gonna have a great event, you're gonna have great fans support. To me it's a no-brainer and their new television deal starts then, so they will work out all the kinks and they will more importantly get it away from the Olympic Games. -2020 the summer games were in Tokyo, so why not have it somewhere in that part of the world where all of the best players are all there. -Well, I think if they do this, eventually, it's gonna be in China. It's going to be in Asia at some point for marketing reasons if they take it overseas. I don't know if there is a golf course there yet, you would know more than I would. -Someday. -That's good enough, but someday there will be. But I think the idea, what I would do in 2020 is move it to May. You can go where you want, that Royal Melbourne, you can go there then and have the PGA Tour , move the Players Championship back to March that year. It's better than any way. -I'll let you mail that suggestion into the