30. 2013 WGC-Cadillac Championship
The WGC-Cadillac Championship was part of Tiger Woods’ Player of the Year campaign in 2013. Woods won the event in fairly straightforward fashion, but it turned out to be one of the best putting performances of his career.
One year before, Woods was withdrawing from the tournament because of tightness with his left Achilles tendon and many wondered if he would ever be the same. Fast forward to 2013.
Tiger was incredible with the flat stick this specific week at Doral. He finished his final round only needing 26 putts and 100 putts for the entire tournament, the lowest of his career. That’s an average of 25 putts per round.
After this particular win at a World Golf Championship, Woods collected $24 million in the WGCs alone since the beginning of the series in 1999. That means he won 42 percent of the World Golf Championships from 1999-2013.
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