Watney's clutch putt, Mickelson's sand save among week's best

It was another two-tourney weekend, and while the world's best were teeing it up in Miami, another horde of PGA Tour pros smacked it around a few miles south in Puerto Rico. Birdies and eagles were plentiful; here are a few of the finest shots of the weekend from both the Cadillac Championship and the WGC-Puerto Rico Open.

First off, Cadillac champion Nick Watney hung on to win with absolute cold-blooded clutch putts like this one at the 15th on Sunday:

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Ryo Ishikawa gives us a lesson on how to put juuuuuust enough muscle behind a putt, here at the 15th:

Michael Bradley won the Puerto Rico Open in a playoff thanks to lovely little deadeyed tee shots like this one on the par-3 6th:

Iron knows iron ... or aluminum, whatever. Retief Goosen dings the flagstick on the 17th at Doral, saving what could have been a horrific hole from certain disaster:

Tiger Woods (remember him?) puts together a fine little approach-birdie that maybe, just maybe, heralds the return of something finer ...

Phil Mickelson shows how best to save from the sand, at the 7th of Doral on Saturday:

And finally, D.A. Points demonstrates the best way to start a round, with this picture-perfect eagle at No. 1:

Congrats to all our shotmakers. I'm sure your round this weekend was every bit as exceptional.

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