WGC-Cadillac Championship

WGC-Cadillac Championship facts and figures

 

Where: Trump National Doral Resort, 4400 NW 87th Ave., Doral.

Course: The Blue Monster (36-36—72, 7,481 yards). Redesigned by Gil Hanse since last year’s tournament.

Format: 72-hole stroke play with no cut.

The field: 69 players including the top 50 in the world.

Purse: $9 million ($1,620,000 goes to the winner).

FedEx points: 550 to the winner.

TV: Thursday-Friday, 1 p.m.-6 p.m. Golf Channel; Saturday, noon-2 p.m. Golf Channel (2 p.m.-6 p.m. NBC); Sunday: 1 p.m.-3 p.m. Golf Channel (3 p.m.-7 p.m. NBC).

Defending champion: Tiger Woods (66-65-67-71, 19-under-par 269).

Parking: General parking is at JC Bermudez Park at 3000 NW 87th Ave, Doral. Preferred parking is at the same location, but a pass is required.

Tickets: Go to www.cadillacchampionship.com for information. Daily grounds passes start at $35 for Thursday or Friday and $40 for either weekend day. Patrons 18-years-old and younger are admitted free with a ticketed adult, and any fan with a valid college ID will gain free entry after 3 p.m.

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