Tiger Woods won the Cadillac Championship

Monday, March 18, 2013 | 7:58 AM

Tiger Woods ready to get back the title world's best golfers. His victory at the Cadillac Championship last week proved that he had found the best performance. Woods 17th title in the World Golf Championship (WGC) is the most prestigious, after he returned to play after the sex scandal with a teenage girl at the end of 2009.

Woods dominant win in the event held in Doral, Florida, USA, on 7 to March 10, 2013. Winning the first day, Woods finally posted the best score of 19-under par of 72. He was two strokes ahead of Steve Stricker who finished second. Rofy McIlroy, world number one at this time comes out in eighth, with 10 under par.

For Woods, Majors and WGC is the best, because it will compete with the best golfers. That's why winning this time so special for him. Until now, Woods has collected 76 PGA Tour titles. The comments of the Woods is a warning to his rivals. This 37-year-old golfer is ready to win another prestigious title. Including Majors event of the year, the Masters Tournament, which will be held on April 11-14 at Augusta National Golf Club, Georgia, USA.

In one year, there were four Majors event. In addition to the Masters Tournament, the other three being the U.S. Open Championship (July), The Open Championship (July, held in England), and the PGA Championship (August). Wins in Majors event, likely to usher Woods as world number one in the world again shifted McIlroy.

Victory in Cadillac Championship coupled with some great notes Woods. A total of 27 birdies he had written off is one of the highest in his career so far.

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