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The Cadillac Championship (or WGC Cadillac Championship) is the second of the four professional golf tournaments that form the World Golf Championships. Organised and sanctioned by the International Federation of PGA Tours, the Cadillac Championship prize money is included in the official prize winning totals for players on the PGA Tour and European Tour.
The tournament was formerly known as the American Express Championship (1999-2006) and held towards the end of the PGA and European Tours. It was re-named in 2007 as the CA Championship and moved to a date in March to benefit the timing of the FedEx Cup in the PGA Tour schedule.
In the same year it was played at the TPC Blue Monster course at the Doral Golf Resort & Spa, in Doral, Florida for the first time and has been hosted there since. In place of the Ford Championship which ran for 45 years between 1962 and 2006.
The World Golf Championship event has been named the Cadillac Championship since 2011 after Cadillac negogiated a sponsorship deal in late November 2010.