Here is the first-round draw for the WGC Accenture Match Play Championship which tees off on Wednesday.
Here is the first-round draw for the WGC Accenture Match Play Championship which tees off on Wednesday at the Gallery at Dove Mountain, Tucson in Arizona.
The draw is broken up into four brackets – the Bobby Jones, Gary Player, Ben Hogan and Sammy Snead brackets – which are based on the players’ seedings positions as given behind each player’s name.
The winners of the Jones and Hogan brackets will play each other in one quarter final with the other semi-finalist coming out of the Player-Snead quarter final.
THE FIRST ROUND DRAW
The Bobby Jones Bracket(1) Tiger Woods v (64) JJ Henry; (32) Tim Clark v (33) Robert Allenby; (16) Nick O’Hern v (49) Lucas Glover; (17) David Howell v (48) Rory Sabbatini; (8) Luke Donald v (57) Miguel Angel Jimenez; (25) Shingo Katayama v (40) Aaron Baddeley; (9) Henrik Stenson v (56) Zach Johnson; (24) KJ Choi v (41) Carl Pettersson
The Ben Hogan Bracket: (4) Phil Mickelson v (61) Richard Green; (29) Michael Campbell v (36) Justin Rose; (13) Sergio Garcia v (52) Darren Clarke; (20) Stuart Appleby v (45) Charles Howell; (5) Ernie Els v (60) Bradley Dredge; (28) Ian Poulter v (37) Bart Bryant; (12) Trevor Immelman v (53) Thomas Bjorn; (21) Chris DiMarco v (44) Brett Wetterich
The Gary Player Bracket:(2) Jim Furyk v (63) Brett Quigley; (31) Angel Cabrera v (34) Chad Campbell; (15) Davis Love v (50) Ben Crane; (18) David Toms v (47) Arron Oberholser; (7) Vijay Singh v (58) John Rollins; (26) Robert Karlsson v (39) Stephen Ames; (10) Padraig Harrington v (55) Lee Westwood; (23) Stewart Cink v (42) Jeev Milkha Singh
The Sam Snead Bracket:(3) Adam Scott v (62) Shaun Micheel; (30) Yang Yong-eun v (35) Rod Pampling; (14) Paul Casey v (51) Mike Weir; (19) Colin Montgomerie v (46) Johan Edfors; (6) Retief Goosen v (59) Scott Verplank; (27) Joe Durant v (38) Niclas Fasth; (11) Geoff Ogilvy v (54) Steve Stricker; (22) Jose Maria Olazabal v (43) Paul Goydos
Brooks Koepka is looking to win a historic third successive title at the event.
Andrew Coltart reckons if the Ryder Cup can go ahead, it should go ahead.
Webb Simpson could hardly believe he emerged victorious after a “crazy day” at the RBC Heritage.
The American also won the Phoenix Open in February.
The Englishman shot eight-under 63 on day three of the event at Hilton Head, South Carolina.
McIlroy followed his second-round 65 with a five-under 66 to move to 10 under, three behind early clubhouse leader Joaquin Niemann.
Nick Watney became the first golfer to test positive for since the PGA Tour’s resumption.
Brooks Koepka is worried Nick Watney’s positive test could be a sign of things to come.
Rory McIlroy revealed he met with Nick Watney prior to positive Covid-19 test.
England’s Ian Poulter dropped from a share of the lead to equal-sixth place on Friday.