WGC - Championship


 

The WGC - Championship

 
The WGC - Championship tournament results, listed below, are sorted by year and feature the title sponsor, name of winner, golf tournament venue, score and prize money.  

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2018
x
(Johnson, Dustin)
Chapultepec
Mar 1-4
$1,660,000
Played as the WGC-Mexico Championship (March 1-4). [GC Chapultepec, Naucalpan, Mexico City].
2017
x
Johnson, Dustin
Chapultepec
270 (-14)
$1,660,000
Played as the WGC-Mexico Championship (March 2-5) (formerly WGC-Cadillac Championship). Second-placed Tommy Fleetwood (Eng) finished 1 shot behind Johnson (USA), who was competing in his first tournament after becoming the World No.1 male golfer. [GC Chapultepec, Naucalpan, Mexico City].
2016
Cadillac
Scott, Adam
Doral Golf Resort
276 (-12)
$1,620,000
Played as the WGC-Cadillac Championship (March 3-6). Second-placed Bubba Watson (USA) finished 1 shot behind Scott (Aus), who recorded his second straight win on the PGA Tour and second WGC title. [Blue Monster course, Trump Natl Doral Resort, Miami, FL].
2015
Cadillac
Johnson, Dustin
279 (-9)
$1,570,000
Played as the WGC-Cadillac Championship (March 5-8). Second-placed J.B. Holmes (USA) finished 1 shot behind Johnson (USA), who claimed his second win in a WGC event. [Blue Monster course, Trump Natl Doral Resort, Miami, FL].
2014
Cadillac
Reed, Patrick
284 (-4)
$1,530,000
Played as the WGC-Cadillac Championship (March 6-9). Second-placed Jamie Donaldson (Wales) and Bubba Watson (USA) finished 1 shot behind Reed (USA), who at 23-years became the youngest winner of a WGC event. [Blue Monster course, Doral Golf Resort, Miami, FL].
2013
Cadillac
269 (-19)
$1,500,000
Played as the WGC-Cadillac Championship (March 7-10). Second-placed Steve Stricker (USA) finished 2 shots behind Woods (USA), who recorded his seventh win in this event, 17th overall WGC title and 76th overall PGA Tour win. [Blue Monster course, Doral Golf Resort, Miami, FL].
2012
Cadillac
272 (-16)
$1,400,000
Played as the WGC-Cadillac Championship (March 8-11). Second-placed Bubba Watson (USA) finished 1 shot behind first-time WGC winner Rose (Eng). [Blue Monster course, Doral Golf Resort, Miami, FL].
2011
Cadillac
Watney, Nick
272 (-16)
$1,400,000
Played as the WGC-Cadillac Championship (March 10-13). Second-placed Dustin Johnson (USA) finished 2 shots behind Watney (USA). [Blue Monster course, Doral Golf Resort, Miami, FL].
2010
CA
270 (-18)
$1,400,000
Played as the WGC-CA Championship (March 11-14). Second-placed Charl Schwartzel (RSA) finished 4 shots behind fellow countryman Els (RSA). [Blue Monster course, Doral Golf Resort, Miami, FL].
2009
CA
269 (-19)
$1,400,000
Played as the WGC-CA Championship (March 12-15). Second-placed Nick Watney (USA) finished 1 shot behind Mickelson (USA). This was Mickelson's first WGC win in 27 attempts. [Blue Monster course, Doral Golf Resort, Miami, FL].
2008
CA
271 (-17)
$1,350,000
Played as the WGC-CA Championship (March 20-23). Second-placed Retief Goosen (RSA), Jim Furyk (USA) and Vijay Singh (Fiji) finished 1 shot behind Ogilvy (Aus). Monday finish required in this weather-affected event. [Blue Monster course, Doral Golf Resort, Miami, FL].
2007
CA
278 (-10)
$1,350,000
Played as the WGC-CA Championship (March 22-25; formerly WGC-Amex Championship). Brett Wetterich (USA) finished 2 shots behind Woods (USA). [Blue Monster course, Doral Golf Resort, Miami, FL].
2006
American Express
261 (-23)
$1,300,000
Played as the WGC-American Express Championship (Sept 28-Oct 1). Second-placed Ian Poulter (Eng) and Adam Scott (Aus) finished 8 shots behind Woods (USA). This was Woods sixth straight win on the PGA Tour and fifth win in the WGC Amex Championship. [The Grove, Chandler's Cross, nr London, England].
2005
American Express
270 (-10)
$1,300,000
Played as the WGC-American Express Championship (Oct 6-9). Woods (USA) beat John Daly (USA) with a par at the second playoff hole (par-4 16th), to claim his fifth win in 2005 and tenth WGC title. [Harding Park GC, San Francisco, Calif. Now known as TPC Harding Park].
2004
American Express
270 (-18)
$1,200,000
Played as the WGC-American Express Championship (Sept 30-Oct 3). Second-placed Thomas Björn (Den) finished 1 shot behind Els (RSA). [Mount Juliet GC, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland].
2003
American Express
Capital City Club
274 (-6)
$1,050,000
Played as the WGC-American Express Championship (Oct 2-5). Second-placed Vijay Singh (Fiji), Tim Herron (USA) and Stuart Appleby (Aus) finished 2 shots behind Woods (USA). This was Woods fifth PGA Tour title in 2003. [Crabapple course, Capital City Club, Atlanta, Georgia].
2002
American Express
263 (-25)
$1,000,000
Played as the WGC-American Express Championship (Sept 19-22). Second-placed Retief Goosen (RSA) finished 1 shot behind Woods (USA). [Mount Juliet GC, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland].
2001
American Express
(cancelled)
x
x
Cancelled due to the tragic Sept 11 attacks on New York and Washington DC.
2000
American Express
277 (-7)
$1,000,000
Played as the WGC-American Express Championship (Nov 9-12). Second-placed Lee Westwood (Eng) finished 2 shots behind Weir (Can). [Valderrama GC, San Roque, Spain].
1999
American Express
278 (-6)
$1,000,000
Played as the inaugural WGC-American Express Championship (Nov 4-7). Woods (USA) beat Miguel Angel Jimenez (Esp) with a birdie at the first playoff hole (par-4 18th). [Valderrama GC, San Roque, Spain].
 

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