* Only six golfers complete round (drops extraneous word in headline)
March 7 (Infostrada Sports) - Scores from the WGC-Cadillac Championship at the par-72 course on Thursday in Doral, Florida holes played rounds -3 Harris English (U.S.) 18 69 Jason Dufner (U.S.) 16 Hunter Mahan (U.S.) 14 Francesco Molinari (Italy) 13 Patrick Reed (U.S.) 11 -2
March 6 - Brian Stuard made a hot start with four birdies in six holes on his way to a one-stroke lead after the first round of the $3.5 million Puerto Rico Open on Thursday.
DORAL, Florida, March 6 - American Harris English birdied his final hole in fading light to grab the clubhouse lead at the weather hit WGC-Cadillac Championship on Thursday with most of the field still on the course when play was suspended due to darkness.
March 6 (Infostrada Sports) - Scores from the U.S. PGA Tour Puerto Rico Open at the par-72 course on Thursday in Rio Grande 66 Brian Stuard (U.S.) 66 67 Jason Gore (U.S.) 67 Danny Lee (New Zealand) 67 68 Chesson Hadley (U.S.) 68 William McGirt (U.S.) 68 Tim Petrovic (U.S.) 68 Ricky Barnes (U.S.) 68 Yang Yong-Eun (South Korea) 68 Eric Axley (U.S.) 68 Ben
* Dufner holds one shot lead as play resumes (Updates after play resumes)
DORAL, Florida, March 6 - Opening round play at the WGC-Cadillac Championship was halted due to dangerous weather on Thursday.
DUBLIN, March 6 - Tom Watson's United States team will go into the 2014 Ryder Cup in Scotland "like a wounded animal" after snatching defeat from the jaws of victory in Illinois two years ago, said Europe captain Paul McGinley.
DORAL, Florida, March 6 - Australian world number four Jason Day withdrew from the WGC-Cadillac Championship on Thursday with a thumb injury.
DUBLIN, March 6 - Europe's Ryder Cup skipper Paul McGinley picked Sam Torrance and Des Smyth as his vice-captains on Thursday for the biennial clash with the United States in Scotland later this year.
First Jacques Kallis retired. Then Graeme Smith called it quits. In between, South Africa lost a Test series against Australia, their first at home since the 2008-09 season. What stares the Proteas in the face now, however, is a far bigger challenge than just replacing two great cricketers.