At just 23 years old, Patrick Reed was able to roll his three-day lead into the most important victory of his PGA career at the WGC-Cadillac Championship at Trump National Doral on Sunday.
Reed withstood late charges from Jamie Donaldson and Bubba Watson to finish at four under par on a week where Donald Trump's newly redesigned Blue Monster wreaked havoc with the golfers.
The combination of a fresh course and rough weather including very high winds led to plenty of frustration and even more balls in the water all around Doral.
Tiger Woods tied for the low round of the week with a 66 on Saturday to put himself into contention, but his back problems flared up once again and placed him at five-over after he shot a 78 on Sunday.
The win is Reed's third on the PGA tour, though he has yet to make his first appearance in a major tournament. He is now the youngest golfer to ever win a WGC event.
WGC-Cadillac Championship Champion: Patrick Reed at four under par.