After a rough 12 months, Graeme McDowell continues to regain form on the golf course and has booked his place at the next WGC.
The Northern Irishman endured a hellish 2015, where he missed seven cuts and notched up just three top ten finishes, which saw him plummet down the world rankings to 82nd. This left him out of the season's first WGC event and in doubt for the Masters.
However, McDowell stopped the rot with a win at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba and has backed it up with a third and now a fifth place at the Honda Classic.
The results have boosted his ranking and secured him a spot in the field at next week's WGC Cadillac Championship at Trump Doral, with Paddy Power offering solid betting odds.
"In this game, we talk about process a lot, but we need results to back up the processes to tell us we're on the right path," said the former US Open winner following his one under 69 on Sunday at Palm Beach.
"I've been hitting it unbelievably in practice, and it's nice to take it on to the course and get some reward out of it.
"You need that little bit of legitimisation of what you're doing to keep you working harder, as well. Like I say, really happy with a lot of things I've got going on. I feel like I can really have a big year from here."
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