The WGC-Cadillac Championship was rife with storylines over the weekend, but none much better than that of Nick Watney and the bet he made with his caddie Chad Reynolds.

In their first tournament of the year at Torrey Pines, Watney and Reynolds made a bet that Reynolds would not cut his hair until Watney finished out of the top 10. It's looking more and more like Reynolds will be sporting some long locks for awhile.

Watney has shown signs of extremely hot play in 2011 so far. A closing round 63 at Torrey Pines, another solid finish at Pebble Beach and knocking off then World No.1 Lee Westwood at the Match Play Championship has kept Watney's name in the top 10 on leaderboards throughout the year.

Sunday was no different. Watney won his third PGA Tour event, shooting -16 for the tournament and 67 on Sunday. He entered the final round T2 with Matt Kuchar, but was able to use a solid day of putting to upend Dustin Johnson, with whom he battled all day.

Birdies on par-5 holes 10 and 12 gave Watney one-shot leads after each hole, respectively, but Johnson simply would not go away.

It took a bunker-to-bunker shot from Johnson which led to a bogey on the whole to give Watney a small cushion as he teed off on No. 18.

With only two birdies on 18 all day, Watney cooly dropped his drive perfectly, followed by an 8-iron to 12-feet, and then drilled a putt to make it three birdies on No. 18 for the day, and a 2-shot lead for Watney.

All Johnson had to do to tie and force a playoff was hole his fairway shot, but it landed 8-feet away, giving Watney the win.

Watney called it the "biggest day of my golfing career." It was the worst day of his caddies barber career, and if Watney continues to play at this level, I would expect many more bad days for Reynold's barber.

Francesco Molinari and Anders Hansen both finished at -13 and T3, with Matt Kuchar rounding out the top 5 at -12.

Tiger Woods finally found some consistency throughout the weekend, closing with a season-best 66 on Sunday which left him T10 at -8 for the tournament. It was his first top 10 finish in a PGA Tour event in the last 9 months.

Most importantly, Woods passed the eye test. As he progressed through the rounds, you could see Woods gaining confidence in his swing and decision making, which led to positive results we haven't seen from him lately.

Conversely, Phil Mickelson struggled throughout the Weekend, shooting 76 on Sunday, with a season-worst T55 finish. It was fitting to see Mickelson struggle as Woods pieced together a tournament that will surely help him in preparation for the Masters next month.

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