The first day of the 2014 WGC Cadillac Championship has been delayed due to bad weather and many players will complete their opening rounds tomorrow morning, but it wasn’t without a few lowlights.
Australia’s Brett Rumford got off to a watery start to the tournament. Starting his round on the par-5 10th hole at Doral’s Blue Monster course, Rumford hit his first three tee shots into the water to card an 11 to be 6-over the card after his first hole.
World number three Henrik Stenson gave hope to hackers worldwide after he shanked his approach to the par-4 2nd hole this morning. Stenson had to declare the ball lost and played another from the fairway and carded a double-bogey.
Adam Scott has started well, just a stroke behind the leaders through 10 holes but Jason Day was forced to withdraw with a thumb injury which had been injured some time during the WGC Accenture Match Play a few weeks ago.