Tiger Woods won the WGC-Championships, Cadillac Championship at The Blue Monster, Trump Doral. Tiger Woods / Chris Condon / Getty Images Tiger Woods had a last round at The Blue Monster of -1 under par, 71, it was good enough to win the tournament by two shots from Steve Stricker. Steve must now be regretting the putting advice he gave to Tiger before the tournament started. Tiger said any time he can win before Augusta, it is good; " Thank you to Steve for the putting lesson. It was one of those weeks where I felt pretty good about how I was playing, made a few putts and got it rolling. That's how I know I can play, that's the thing. To be able to bring it out a couple times so far this year, and then be able to close and get the Ws on top of that, that's nice. Any time I can win prior to Augusta, it always feels good." Tiger was asked if he still would have won with-out the putting lesson; " I would like to say I probably would have, but I've been putting at home and it just still hadn't felt right. I still was a little bit off. He basically got me in the same position that I was at Torrey. So once he put me in there where I felt comfortable, I said, Well, this is not too foreign. This is what I was a month or so ago, and I started rolling it and it felt really, really good. Majors and World Golf Championships are the best because you know you are playing against the best players, that's what makes wins like this special, that's why I love to compete." Steve had to settle for second place, at -17 under par, his last round of -4 under par 68, not quite good enough to upset Tiger and his legions of adoring fans. He could only laugh about the putting lesson; "At times you kick yourself, he's a good friend. We talk a lot about putting. It's good to see him playing well." There was a four-way tie for third place between Adam Scott, Sergio Garcia, Phil Mickleson and Graeme McDowell, the man who had kept Tiger in his sights for most of this tournament. Making a welcome return to form was Rory McIlroy, with a last round of -7 under par 65, to finish the tournament in a four-way tie for eighth spot. Rory said his game is not so far off the mark as everybody keeps saying; "Just goes to show, it's not as far away as you think, that's been one of my problems. I always think when I'm playing bad that it's further away than it is. That's just where I have to stay patient, and know that if I put in the hard work, that the results will bear fruit. Whether that's sooner or later, it doesn't really matter." Adam Scott had the low round of the tournament with eight birdies in his last round of 64.