Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) - EUROPEAN TOUR - WGC-CADILLAC CHAMPIONSHIP, The Blue Monster Course at Trump National Doral, Miami, Florida - One of the most famous courses on the PGA Tour recently re-opened after undergoing a complete renovation since last year's tournament.

The Blue Monster Course at Trump National Doral was totally redone by noted architect Gil Hanse. Some of the changes include longer first and ninth holes and the ninth green was shifted closer to the 18th green to create more of an amphitheater feel.

Also, the 10th tee was moved well left so the players tee shot has a longer carry over water, the par-3 15th was shortened, but more water was added into play, and the 16th was also shortened, but water was moved closer to the green.

World No. 1 Tiger Woods cruised to his seventh title at this event last year. He was 13-under par after two rounds and only needed a 71 in the final round to win by two strokes over Steve Stricker.

Woods' health is a big question mark this week though. He withdrew from The Honda Classic during Sunday's final round with a back injury. At this point, he remains in the field.

Woods has won this title seven times overall, including five in a six-year span from 2002-07.

If Woods can't go, the field will still have four former winners - Justin Rose, Nick Watney, Ernie Els and Phi Mickelson. If Woods does remain in the field, all 50 from the current world rankings are slated to tee it up together for the first time since 2012 PGA Championship.

Thanks to his win Sunday at The Honda Classic, Russell Henley will make his second straight appearance at this championship. He failed to break 70 last year en route to tying for 28th.

Golf Channel will have television coverage Thursday and Friday and then early coverage on the weekend before handing off to NBC.

The European Tour will be in Morocco next week for the Trophee Hassan II, where Marcel Siem won last year.


PUERTO RICO OPEN, Trump International Golf Club - Puerto Rico, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico - The PGA Tour offers the Puerto Rico Open for those that did not qualify for the WGC-Cadillac Championship.

Scott Brown birdied the final hole of regulation, while Fabian Gomez bogeyed the same hole to hand Brown his first PGA Tour title.

Both players return to the event this year with world No. 69 Brooks Koepka, the top ranked player competing this week. That are plenty of big names in the field, including former major winners - Lee Janzen, David Toms, John Daly, David Duval, Trevor Immelman and Y.E. Yang.

Jordan Spieth and Ryo Ishikawa earned sponsors invites the last two years, and both took advantage. Spieth shared second, while Ishikawa finished solo second last year.

Golf Channel will have tape-delayed coverage of all four rounds.

The PGA Tour will be back in Florida next week for the Valspar Championship, where Kevin Streelman won by two strokes last year.


CHLIE CLASSIC, Prince of Wales Country Club, Santiago, Chile - The Web.com Tour continues its four-event swing outside the United States to start the year.

Last year, Kevin Kisner fired an 11-under 61 in the third round, then closed with a 68, which was enough for a 1-stroke win over Edward Loar and Brice Garnett.

Kisner has moved on to the PGA Tour. With the new wrap-around schedule, he has made eight start already, but his best finish was a tie for 20th at The McGladrey Classic.

Former PGA Tour players like Nick Flanagan, Richard S. Johnson, Shaun Micheel, Peter Lonard, Skip Kendall, Kyle Reifers and Brett Wetterich are in the field at Prince of Wales Country Club.

The tour moves to Brazil next week for the Brasil Champions, Benjamin Alvarado won last year.