Five best groups at the Cadillac Championship
Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, and Rory McIlroy highlight some of the best groups at the Cadillac Championship.
The Cadillac Championship field is loaded up this week but a few groups still stood out. Here are my five favorites.
1. Tiger Woods, Adam Scott, and Henrik Stenson -- Can we just let Scott and Woods go head-to-head for the world No. 1 ranking and stow Stenson away elsewhere? I'm kidding, of course, but this is must-see stuff if you're attending the Cadillac Championship.
Aggregate world ranking: 6
2. Jason Day, Phil Mickelson, and Rory McIlroy -- I could be convinced that the 2014 major trophies won't leave this group. Really, Masters to Day, US Open to Phil, and Rory gets the other two. Why not?
Aggregate world ranking: 15
3. Steve Stricker, Bubba Watson, Graeme McDowell -- Two of the most laid back guys on tour...and Bubba.
Aggregate world ranking: 42
4. Charl Schwartzel, Jason Dufner, and Ian Poulter -- Any time you can get Poults and The Duf in the same group, that's a win. Throw in one of the top five swings in golf in Schwartzel and we have ourselves an event.
Aggregate world ranking: 51
5. Dustin Johnson, Matt Kuchar, and Jordan Spieth -- Johnson and Spieth make Kuchar look elderly at 35. Three extremely unique swings on three very gifted golfers.
Aggregate world ranking: 36
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