WGC-Cadillac Championship 2013 leaderboard: Tiger Woods closing in on victory

Scott Halleran

With just four holes to go, Woods has a commanding lead.

Barring an epic collapse, Tiger Woods will win the 2013 Cadillac Championship. The win would mark Woods' 17th career victory at the World Golf Championships.

After starting the final round at the WGC-Cadillac Championship with a four-stroke lead at 18-under par, Woods is three-under par through 14 holes on Sunday and has a four-stroke lead on second-place Steve Stricker, who sits at 17-under par.

Meanwhile, Adam Scott and Rory McIlroy had solid afternoons. Scott jumped 14 spots to No. 5 with a score of eight-under par for the round. McIlroy shot seven-under par on Sunday and moved up 21 spots to No. 9 on the leaderboard.

Here's the full top 10. For a complete leaderboard, head over to the tournament's website.

1. Tiger Woods -21
2. Steve Stricker -17
T3. Sergio Garcia -15
T3. Graeme McDowell -15
T5. Adam Scott -14
T5. Phil Mickelson -14
7. Keegan Bradley -13
8. Michael Thompson -11
T9. Rory McIlroy -10
T9. Justin Rose -10

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