DORAL (CBSMiami) – The last time Rory McIlroy was on the golf course, he walked off the course mid-round and quit. If he was hoping to avoid the attention at the Cadillac Championship this week, the first-round pairings didn’t help him at all.

McIlroy is set to tee-off at the Cadillac Championship on the Blue Monster course at Doral with the next two highest-ranked players in the world: Tiger Woods and Luke Donald.

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For McIlroy, he is hoping to finally finish a tournament this year. He started the year so poorly that he has yet to play more than two rounds in any of his three tournaments.

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Woods has struggled as well this year and is coming off a sub-par performance in the Honda Classic last weekend. That said, Woods is a three-time winner at Doral and has typically played the course extremely well in the past.

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