Justin Rose carded a final-round 2-under 70 to come from three strokes back to win the WGC Cadillac Championship. Rose’s three stroke come-from-behind win is the largest at the Cadillac Championship, topping two-stroke comebacks by Tiger Woods in 2005 and Nick Watney in 2011. It is the fourth overall (Mike Weir-2000, Tiger Woods-2005, Nick Watney-2011). He won $1.4 million playing a bag full of TaylorMade products. He used the R11 (True Temper Project X 7.0, 8 degrees) driver, RocketBallz (True Temper Project X 7.0, 15 degrees) 3-metal and Rescue 11 hybrid (19 degrees). He played the TaylorMade MB irons (4-PW), TaylorMade ATV (52, 56 degrees), Cleveland 588 (60 degrees) wedges and a Ghost Tour Corza putter and TaylorMade Penta TP5 ball.

George McNeill won the Puerto Rico Open by two shots over Japanese star Ryo Ishikawa for his second career PGA TOUR victory. Entering this week, McNeill had six runner-up finishes and no victories since winning the 2007 Frys.com Open in his rookie season. For his 145th start on TOUR, he earned $630,000. McNeill won playing a Cleveland Launcher TL 310 (True Temper Project X 6.5, 9.5 degrees), Titleist 906F2 3-metal (15 degrees) and 906F2, 5-wood (18 degrees). He used Cleveland 588 Forged MB irons (3-PW) and 588 wedge (56 degrees) and 588 Forged (60 degrees). He played the Nike Method 001 and won using the Srixon Z Star XV golf ball.

Paul Haley II won the Chile Classic presented by Pacific Rubiales shooting a final round 71 at the Prince of Wales Country Club, en route to a three stoke victory. “I expected to come out here and play well but nobody expects to win in their third professional start,” said the 24-year old Georgia Tech grad. “This is awesome. I was hitting my irons fairly well and my putter felt great all day. I figured if I could somehow get a ball in the fairway, the birdies would eventually come.” Haley, who picked up a check for $108,000 and moved to No. 2 on the money list, relied on an Adams Golf Speedline Fast 12LS driver, Idea Super XTD Hybrid, Pro a12 & MB2 Irons and a Yes! Callie putter.