Adam Hadwin converted his 54-hole lead in the Chile Classic into his first Web.com Tour victory with a final-round 3-under-par 35-34=69.
It wasn't easy, as he needed four birdies in the final six holes to make the magic happen. Overall, he circled five birdies and squared two bogeys in his final lap around Price of Wales Country Club. His 16-under 272 was one stroke better than Alistair Presnell. Hadwin began the week eighth on the Web.com Tour money list, and has now taken over the top spot. He is virtually assured of finishing the season inside the top 25 and earning a PGA TOUR card.
Jason Dufner swallowed a 4-over-par 38-38=76 in the final round of the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship to tie for ninth at 2-over 290.
Dufner looked calm with a birdie on the first, but of course he always does. The remaining 17 holes at Trump National Doral weren't nearly as fun, featuring four bogeys and a double bogey to just one birdie. Luckily for his pocketbook, he was in good company late in the day. His bid for a first WGC title will have to wait until at least the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational later this season.
Patrick Reed held off all challengers with his even-par 34-38=72 in the final round of the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship to go wire-to-wire (with ties) and claim his second victory of the 2013-14 season.
Reed looked like a man on a mission early, circling three birdies on his first four holes, with a bogey on the par-4 second sandwiched in between. That would be it for his birdies, as he would take the conservative route over his final 14 holes in an attempt to hold on. Late in his round, he decided not to try and drive the reachable par-4 16th, then strategically played the par-4 18th as a three-shot hole knowing he only needed to make a bogey to win. It worked out to perfection, as his 4-under 284 placed him one clear of Jamie Donaldson and Bubba Watson for the third win of his short PGA TOUR career. Entering the week 44th in the Official World Golf Ranking, Reed is quickly moving into the rarefied air of the game's elite. He is the youngest winner of a WGC event at 23 years of age, 26 days younger than Tiger Woods at the Bridgestone Invitational in 1999.
Hunter Mahan stubbed his toe in a final-round 4-over-par 37-39=76 at the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship.
Mahan played in the penultimate pairing alongside Tiger Woods, but managed just two birdies on his round. Mahan's highlight came at the par-4 18th, holing a 55'4" birdie putt to sneak inside the top 10 at 2-over 290. His mistakes were many in the finale, with four bogeys and a double bogey on the par-5 18th marring his attempt at a victory.
Jamie Donaldson spun a 2-under-par 36-34=70 in the final round of the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship to join Bubba Watson in the clubhouse lead at 3-under 285.
The Welshman circled four birdies and squared two bogeys on his final navigation of Trump National Doral. After alternating a birdie for a bogey on the outward nine, he was bogey-free 3-under standing on the 18th tee. After finding the fairway on the difficult par 4, he splashed his second shot into a greenside bunker. Faced with a tough shot, his third released to 13 feet. He was unable to save the par. Trailing Patrick Reed by two at the time of his posting, Donaldson needs some help if he is to earn a spot in a playoff.
Dustin Johnson turned in an even-par 34-38=72 in the final round of the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship, finishing his week at even-par 288.
When he rolled in an eagle from 9'10" on the par-5 first hole, he appeared to be a legitimate contender for the crown. He traded two birdies and two bogeys for the remainder of the front nine at Trump National Doral, then turned his attention towards the back. After offsetting his bogey at the par-3 13th with a birdie at the par-4 16th, he was cruising towards a very high finish. That was until he washed his tee shot at the par-4 18th and stumbled to a double bogey. Johnson still departs with a top-five finish.
Graeme McDowell stumbled to a 1-over-par 34-39=73 in the final round of the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship.
GMac was off and running with a bogey-free 2-under on his opening nine, but the back spelled trouble. He surrendered four bogeys, including his last two holes, to just one birdie on the inward nine at Trump National Doral. He ends the tournament at 2-over 290, but likely still in line for a top-10 finish.
Harrison Frazar completed 72 holes of the Puerto Rico Open in 4-under-par 72-71-71-70=284 and finished with a share of 58th place.
Frazar ranked T17 in greens in regulation but T43 in par breakers at Trump International Golf Club-Puerto Rico, pocketing just 7.75 FedExCup points and $7,665.00 in the process. This leaves him with 18 starts on his Major Medical Extension to earn $562,444 or 344.25 FedExCup points and retain status. The one-time PGA TOUR winner is 3-for-7 on the season with zero top 55s.