Match Play Tracker: Round of 64 at Dove Mountain

(Note: This image has been created with the use of digital filters) Graeme McDowell plays a shot during practice prior to the start of the WGC-Accenture Match Play at the Golf Club at Dove Mountain.

(Note: This image has been created with the use of digital filters) Graeme McDowell plays a shot during practice prior to the start of the WGC-Accenture Match Play at the Golf Club at Dove Mountain.

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Hilton Head, SC - Harbour Town Golf Links

9:25:08 AM ET. 04/18/2014




PosNameTodayThruScore
1Matt KucharE -5
T2Tim Herron-28-4
T2Harris English-13-4
T4Scott Langley+28-3
T4Brian Stuard-17-3
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There weren't as many shocking upsets – Ian Poulter, Zach Johnson and Dustin Johnson notwithstanding – on Wednesday at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship.

Three of the No. 1 seeds advanced, while three more No. 2 seeds moved on to Thursday.

We kept track of each match on Wednesday, and here are the most important highlights of the day:

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Match No. 32: Ernie Els vs. Stephen Gallacher

Els takes the final match of the day on the 19th hole after Gallacher misses a par putt form 10 feet.

ELS WINS, 19 HOLES:

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Match #31: Justin Rose vs. Scott Piercy

A two-putt on 18 allows Justin Rose to advance 1 up over Scott Piercy. The fifth-ranked player in the world advances to the second round and will await the winner of Ernie Els/Stephen Gallacher match.

Justin Rose def. Scott Piercy, 1 up

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Match No. 32: Ernie Els vs. Stephen Gallacher

Els wins the par-4 17th for his second straight hole victory, and he's now all square with Gallacher heading into the 18th.

THRU 17 HOLES: All square

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Match #31: Justin Rose vs. Scott Piercy

Scott Piercy with back-to-back 15-foot match-saving putts on 16 and 17 to get to the 18th hole only 1 down to Englishman Justin Rose.

THRU 17: Rose, 1 up

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Match No. 30: Louis Oosthuizen vs. Nick Watney

Oosthuizen sinks an 8-footer for par to halve the hole and clinch the victory over Watney.

OOSTHUIZEN WINS, 1 UP

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Match No. 32: Ernie Els vs. Stephen Gallacher

After three straight halves, Gallacher birdies the 15th to go 2 up on Els.

THRU 15 HOLES: Gallacher, 2 up

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Match No. 29: Henrik Stenson vs. Kiradech Aphibarnrat

Stenson birdies the par-4 17th, and then wins the hole and the match after Aphibarnrat misses a 3-footer for birdie.

STENSON WINS, 2 AND 1

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Match No. 29: Henrik Stenson vs. Kiradech Aphibarnrat

Stenson birdies from the fringe to win the par-3 16th and take a 1-up lead.

THRU 16 HOLES: Stenson, 1 up

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Match #31: Justin Rose vs. Scott Piercy

Justin Rose wins three of the last four holes to claim a 2 up lead over Scott Piercy. Rose is also 3 under through the last four holes by going eagle-birdie-par-par.

THRU 14: Rose, 2 up

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Match #28: Hunter Mahan vs. Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano

With birdies at 15 and 16, Hunter Mahan closes out Spain native Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano. The 2013 runner-up is moving on to play Richard Sterne in the second round.

Hunter Mahan def. Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano, 3 and 2

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Match No. 23: Jason Dufner vs. Scott Stallings

Stallings leaves himself a difficult par putt that stays high and runs past, giving Dufner a short roll for par and the win – which he sinks. It's not the longest match of the day, but it's a mighty comeback for the reigning PGA Championship victor.

DUFNER WINS, 1 UP

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Match No. 21: Brandt Snedeker vs. David Lynn

Snedeker hadn't led all day before draining a birdie at the par-5 second to win his match on the 20th hole.

SNEDEKER WINS, 20 HOLES

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Match No. 29: Henrik Stenson vs. Kiradech Aphibarnrat

Despite finding the rough off the tee and the sand with his second shot, Stenson wins the par-4 14th with par as Aphibarnrat misses a short par save.

THRU 14 HOLES: All square

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Match No. 23: Jason Dufner vs. Scott Stallings

Dufner and Stallings both find the green here. Dufner doesn't have a realistic birdie attempt and is left to settle for a two-putt par. Stallings is closer but also faces a difficult roll, and pars as well. This one will head back to the first tee for extra holes.

THRU 18 HOLES: All Square

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Match No. 32: Ernie Els vs. Stephen Gallacher

Els gets one back with a bogey to win the par-5 11th.

THRU 11 HOLES: Gallacher, 1 up

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Match No. 21: Brandt Snedeker vs. David Lynn

Snedeker and Lynn each make par to extend the match to 20 holes.

THRU 19 HOLES: All square

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Match No. 23: Jason Dufner vs. Scott Stallings

This match hasn't been on the radar much of the day as Stallings had an upset bid going steady, but Dufner has come on strong. He wins the 17th with a concession and they head to the last hole to restart the suddenly re-energized duel.

THRU 17 HOLES: All Square

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Match No. 31: Justin Rose vs. Scott Piercy

Normally a birdie would win the hole, but not on this par-5. Justin Rose eagled the 11th to win the hole over Scott Piercy, who made birdie.

THRU 11: All square

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Match No. 26: Lee Westwood vs. Harris English

With one last birdie for the day, English tacks an exclamation point on a sizeable victory over Westwood – the former Georgia Bulldog did all his heavy lifting on the front nine and moves on to face Rory McIlroy tomorrow.

ENGLISH WINS, 5 & 3

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Match No. 30: Louis Oosthuizen vs. Nick Watney

Make that five straight hole victories for Oosthuizen, who just birdied the par-3 12th for his fourth birdie in five holes.

THRU 12 HOLES: Oosthuizen, 3 up

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Match No. 25: Rory McIlroy vs. Boo Weekley

It comes down to a putting contest – McIlroy lags from about 60 feet and ends up with par, while Weekley misses a par attempt from about 5 feet and the match is closed out in the No. 1 seed's favor. "For the most part I played nicely," McIlroy tells Golf Channel. ". . . I feel like I've been driving the ball really well for the past 3-4 months, and it's really helped my game."

MCILROY WINS, 3 & 2

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Match #27: Zach Johnson vs. Richard Sterne

Richard Sterne takes care of business over No. 1 Sam Snead bracket seed Zach Johnson on the 15th hole with a birdie.

Richard Sterne def. Zach Johnson, 5 and 4

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Match No. 25: Rory McIlroy vs. Boo Weekley

An ugly attempt at recovery by McIlroy on the par-4 15th ends with the ball striking a fan who is knocked into a cactus and the ball caroming into an arroyo in worse shape than it started. McIlroy then concedes the hole but is in decent shape.

THRU 15 HOLES: McIlroy, 2 up

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Match No. 30: Louis Oosthuizen vs. Nick Watney

Oosthuizen wins a fourth straight hole, making birdie at the par-5 11th to take a 2-up lead on Watney.

THRU 11 HOLES: Oosthuizen, 2 up

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Match No. 23: Jason Dufner vs. Scott Stallings

Birdie time again for Dufner: The No. 4 seed's second bird in three holes pulls him within one of Stallings with two holes to play. Graeme McDowell just pulled off an unlikely three-shot comeback up ahead; can Dufner follow suit?

THRU 16 HOLES: Stallings, 1 up

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Match #19: Graeme McDowell vs. Gary Woodland

From 3 down on No. 15, Graeme McDowell comes back to win his match against Gary Woodland in The Battle of Lake Nona. McDowell jammed home a 6-footer for birdie on the 19th hole.

Graeme McDowell def. Gary Woodland, 19 holes

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Match No. 21: Brandt Snedeker vs. David Lynn

Snedeker makes a big par at the 17th to bring the match back to all square entering the 18th.

THRU 17 HOLES: All square

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Match No. 23: Jason Dufner vs. Scott Stallings

A pair of pars keep the lead the same, but the halve robs Dufner of time to make up ground. To his credit, Dufner has just one bogey during the last 10 holes – but his two birdies only earned halves.

THRU 15 HOLES: Stallings, 2 up

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Match No. 22: Webb Simpson vs. Thongchai Jaidee

Simpson two-putts for par at the par-3 16th to halve the hole and win the match.

SIMPSON WINS, 3 AND 2

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Match #19: Graeme McDowell vs. Gary Woodland

Gary Woodland found the bunker on his approach shot. It took him two shots to get out and he was still in the rough. He conceded the hole to Graeme McDowell and they go to the 19th hole. McDowell has won the last three holes to take it into extra holes. It's the second match of the day going to extra holes.

THRU 18: All square

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Match #20: Hideki Matsuyama vs. Martin Kaymer

Hideki Matsuyama takes down the 2011 Match Play runner-up Martin Kaymer with a two-putt on 17 after Kaymer makes a bogey.

Hideki Matsuyama def. Martin Kaymer, 2 and 1

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Match No. 32: Ernie Els vs. Stephen Gallacher

Gallacher has the lead again after a par at the ninth for just his second hole victory of the match.

THRU 9 HOLES: Gallacher, 1 up

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Match No. 29: Henrik Stenson vs. Kiradech Aphibarnrat

Aphibarnrat wins a second straight hole with par, at the 10th, and he's got his first lead since the first hole.

THRU 10 HOLES: Aphibarnrat, 1 up

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Match No. 24: Luke Donald vs. Matteo Manassero

This one was over a while ago, and ends without much of a climax after four straight halved holes. Manassero is 3-1 in WGC Match Play first-round matches.

MANASSERO WINS, 5 & 4

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Match #19: Graeme McDowell vs. Gary Woodland

With birdies on 16 and 17, Graeme McDowell has fought back. Gary Woodland is only 1 up heading to 18 with McDowell. Woodland was 4 up on No. 8.

THRU 17: Woodland, 1 up

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Match No. 23: Jason Dufner vs. Scott Stallings

It's not often that two holes in a row are halved with birdies, but that's what happens at the 11th and 12th in this match. Another halve via pars at the 13th is followed by Dufner parring the 14th while Stallings bogeys to narrow the lead. Dufner is running out of holes for a comeback, but one of his trademark pin-attacking runs isn't out of the question.

THRU 14 HOLES: Stallings, 2 up

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Match #28: Hunter Mahan vs. Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano

Hunter Mahan makes a move the par-4 10th by making a birdie putt. Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano makes a bogey for the second time today.

THRU 10: Mahan, 1 up

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Match No. 18: Jim Furyk vs. Chris Kirk

A seventh straight halve, combined with his two-shot margin, gives Furyk a win in the first round against the closely matched Kirk.

FURYK WINS, 2 & 1

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Match No. 30: Louis Oosthuizen vs. Nick Watney

Oosthuizen evens things back up with a birdie at the ninth, his second straight hole won with birdie.

THRU 9 HOLES: All square

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Match #31: Justin Rose vs. Scott Piercy

Birdies have won each of the four holes between Justin Rose and Scott Piercy. No different on No. 8 with Justin Rose making a birdie putt.

THRU 8: All square

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Match No. 16: Ryan Moore vs. Joost Luiten

With Moore in for par at the 18th, Luiten misses a birdie putt to extend the match.

MOORE WINS, 1 UP

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Match No. 29: Henrik Stenson vs. Kiradech Aphibarnrat

Aphibarnrat rebounds from his first bogey of the match to win the ninth with par and even things back up.

THRU 9 HOLES: All square

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Match #19: Graeme McDowell vs. Gary Woodland

Gary Woodland makes a 7-footer for birdie at the 15th, and goes 3 up with three to play over Graeme McDowell in The Battle of Lake Nona.

THRU 15: Woodland, 3 up

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Match No. 21: Brandt Snedeker vs. David Lynn

Snedeker wins Nos. 12 and 14 with birdies, and is now just 1 down to Lynn.

THRU 14 HOLES: Lynn, 1 up

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Match No. 32: Ernie Els vs. Stephen Gallacher

Els birdies the par-4 seventh to win his first hole of the day and even the match back up.

THRU 7 HOLES: All square

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Match No. 9: Sergio Garcia vs. Marc Leishman

The match's first birdie since the 17th hole – which had pulled Garcia even in the match – goes to the Spaniard while Leishman bogeys. Here endeth the marathon of the day. "I hit some good shots in extra holes," Garcia tells Golf Channel.

GARCIA WINS, 1 UP

• • •

Match No. 17: Charl Schwartzel vs. Kevin Stadler

With both players parring here, the match – which was within a one-stroke margin most of the day before Schwartzel jumped out in front late – goes to Schwartzel.

SCHWARTZEL WINS, 3 & 2

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Match #31: Justin Rose vs. Scott Piercy

After squaring it up two holes ago, Justin Rose makes another par to win the hole on No. 7 and go 1 up over Scott Piercy.

THRU 7: Rose, 1 up

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Match No. 29: Henrik Stenson vs. Kiradech Aphibarnrat

After four straight halves, Aphibarnrat bogeys the par-5 eighth and Stenson takes his first lead.

THRU 8 HOLES: Stenson, 1 up

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Match #27: Zach Johnson vs. Richard Sterne

A Zach Johnson bogey results in a loss of hole for the American. Sterne really takes control of this match before the turn.

THRU 7: Sterne, 3 up

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Match No. 17: Charl Schwartzel vs. Kevin Stadler

Schwartzel wins the seventh with a birdie, after which he and Stadler halve six in a row. But the South African birdies two in a row to win the 14th and 15th, and takes command by going up three with three to play.

THRU 15 HOLES: Schwartzel, 3 up

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Match No. 16: Ryan Moore vs. Joost Luiten

Moore had it to 3 up after 13 holes, but Luiten won Nos. 14-15 and is now just 1 down with two holes to play.

THRU 16 HOLES: Moore, 1 up

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Match No. 15: Matt Kuchar vs. Bernd Wiesberger

Kuchar finally puts away this match with an up-and-down par to halve the 16th hole.

KUCHAR WINS, 3 & 2

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Match #31: Justin Rose vs. Scott Piercy

American Scott Piercy bogeyed No. 5, which allowed Justin Rose to sink a par putt to win the hole.

THRU 5: All square

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Match No. 26: Lee Westwood vs. Harris English

On paper, these two should be evenly matched – but the front nine has belonged to English. After halves with pars at the seventh and birdies at the eighth, a Westwood bogey gives the American a huge margin as they make the turn.

THRU NINE HOLES: English, 4 up

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Match No. 25: Rory McIlroy vs. Boo Weekley

McIlroy's second straight birdie, and third straight win, give him a solid lead as well as all the momentum as he and Weekley head to the back nine.

THRU NINE HOLES: McIlroy, 3 up

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Match No. 23: Jason Dufner vs. Scott Stallings

Dufner bogeys again – his second of the day – digging himself a hole that is surmountable but certainly puts the pressure on for the remainder of the back nine. Does he have a third straight first-round exit in store?

THRU 10 HOLES: Stallings, 3 up

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Match No. 21: Brandt Snedeker vs. David Lynn

After five straight halves, Lynn birdies the par-5 11th to take a 2-up lead on Snedeker.

THRU 11 HOLES: Lynn, 2 up

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Match No. 9: Sergio Garcia vs. Marc Leishman

From a clutch birdie by Garcia at the 17th to a somewhat-clutch bogey putt by Leishman, this match sees a halve at the 18th – and they move on to extras. A pair of pars then keep Garcia and Leishman on the course as they halve and head to the 20th.

THRU 19 HOLES: All Square

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Match No. 15: Matt Kuchar vs. Bernd Wiesberger

Kuchar gets a good read from Wiesberger's birdie try and sinks his own from about 15 feet to win the hole and the match.

But: Kuchar had failed to move his mark back on the green and the penalty costs him the hole. [Note: An earlier update had Kuchar winning the match as a result of his apparent birdie.]

THRU 14 HOLES: Kuchar, 3 up

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Match #27: Zach Johnson vs. Richard Sterne

Richard Sterne follows up his birdie on No. 6 with a birdie on 7. He take a 2-up lead over Zach Johnson.

THRU 7 HOLES: Sterne, 2 up

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Match No. 25: Rory McIlroy vs. Boo Weekley

Birdie for McIlroy, his third of the match, gives him an "insurance run" to borrow a baseball term as the two approach the turn.

THRU EIGHT HOLES: McIlroy, 2 up

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Match No. 13: Jason Day vs. Thorbjorn Olesen

Day and Olesen trade holes for the second time in the last four holes with Olesen gaining the most recent victory, at the par-4 15th, a hole the Dane won with birdie to pull to within a hole.

THRU 15 HOLES: Day, 1 up

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Match #27: Zach Johnson vs. Richard Sterne

After squaring the match at No. 4, Richard Sterne takes a 1-up lead after a birdie on the par-3.

THRU 3: Sterne, 1 up

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Match No. 29: Henrik Stenson vs. Kiradech Aphibarnrat

Stenson birdies the par-3 second to square the match back up before both players halve the fourth with par. The two have combined for four birdies so far.

THRU 4 HOLES: All squar

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Match #31: Justin Rose vs. Scott Piercy

Scott Piercy, who finished as a quarterfinalist in 2013 at Match Play, takes a 1-up lead over the No. 1 seed in the Gary Player bracket, Justin Rose.

THRU 2: Piercy, 1 up

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Match #12: Victor Dubuisson vs. Kevin Streelman

Victor Dubuisson closes out Kevin Streelman in his first Match Play start with a 5 and 4 victory at Dove Mountain.

Victor Dubuisson def. Kevin Streelman, 5 and 4

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Match #11: Dustin Johnson vs. Peter Hanson

Peter Hanson two-putts for par on the 15th, and that allows him to close his match against Dustin Johnson.

Peter Hanson def. Dustin Johnson, 4 and 3

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Match #7: Jordan Spieth vs. Pablo Larrazabal

After Pablo Larrazabal can't make his fourth shot from 160-yards out, he concedes his match to Jordan Spieth.

Jordan Spieth def. Pablo Larrazabal, 2-up

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Match No. 14: Jamie Donaldson vs. Billy Horschel

Horschel birdies the par-5 13th, his sixth birdie of the match, and he puts away Donaldson.

HORSCHEL WINS, 6 AND 5

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Match No. 10: Bill Haas vs. Miguel Angel Jimenez

Pars at the 15th earn a halve that hand the match to Haas, who took a 2-up lead early, added a stroke at the eighth and didn't look back.

HAAS WINS, 4 & 3

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Match No. 30: Louis Oosthuizen vs. Nick Watney

Hole No. 1: Par 4, 460 yards

The opening hole is halved in this match, the 30th of 32 matches today.

THRU 1 HOLE: All square

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Match No. 15: Matt Kuchar vs. Bernd Wiesberger

Kuchar's birdie to win the par-3 12th is his third straight birdie and is good for his fourth straight hole victory.

THRU 12 HOLES: Kuchar, 4 up

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Match #28: Hunter Mahan vs. Gonzalo Fernandez-Gonzalo

A birdie for Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano on the second gives him a 1-up advantage over the 2012 champion and 2013 runner-up Hunter Mahan.

THRU 2: Fernandez-Castano, 1 up

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Match No. 6: Graham DeLaet vs. Patrick Reed

DeLaet misses a birdie putt by inches at the 18th and Reed makes his par putt to seal the match.

REED WINS, 1 UP

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Match No. 6: Graham DeLaet vs. Patrick Reed

With Reed in with par at the par-4 17th, DeLaet bogeys the 17th and Reed goes 1 up entering the 18th.

THRU 17 HOLES: Reed, 1 up

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Match No. 29: Henrik Stenson vs. Kiradech Aphibarnrat

The 64th-seeded Aphibarnrat birdies the opening hole to take the early lead.

THRU 1 HOLE: Aphibarnrat, 1 up

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Match #11: Dustin Johnson vs. Peter Hanson

Dustin Johnson can't make a short par-saving putt on the 13th, and Peter Hanson was already in with a par. Johnson settles for bogey.

THRU 13: Hanson, 3 up

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Match #28: Hunter Mahan vs. Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano

Hunter Mahan and Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano get underway this afternoon in Arizona with two pars.

THRU 1: All square

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Match No. 23: Jason Dufner vs. Scott Stallings

After two pars at the third hole, another birdie for Stallings pushes him back out front again. Par then gives Stallings another hole won as Dufner bogeys to double his early deficit. The reigning PGA Championship victor already has bounced back once today, though.

THRU FIVE HOLES: Stallings, 2 up

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Match No. 13: Jason Day vs. Thorbjorn Olesen

This match was all square for six of the first 10 holes, but after a birdie at the par-5 11th, Day leads Olesen, 1 up.

THRU 11 HOLES: Day, 1 up

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Match #7: Jordan Spieth vs. Pablo Larrazabal

Another birdie on the 15th for Jordan Spieth gains a 2-up advantage over Pablo Larrazabal. They have three holes to play.

THRU 14: Spieth, 2 up

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Match No. 15: Matt Kuchar vs. Bernd Wiesberger

Kuchar birdies the par-4 10th to take his second 2-up lead of the match.

THRU 10 HOLES: Kuchar, 2 up

• • •

Match #27: Zach Johnson vs. Richard Sterne

Both players open with pars on No. 1. This is South Africa's Richard Stern's fourth match play event, but only second in the last four years. Zach Johnson has a win (Hyundai TOC) and two other top-10 finishes this season.

THRU 1: All square

• • •

Match No. 5: Steve Stricker vs. George Coetzee

Stricker lips out a birdie putt and concedes a birdie to Coetzee, who takes the hole and the match.

COETZEE WINS, 3 AND 2

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Match No. 14: Jamie Donaldson vs. Billy Horschel

Horschel moves to 4 up after winning the par-4 10th with birdie. Horschel has four birdies and no bogeys through 10 holes.

THRU 10 HOLES: Horschel, 4 up

• • •

Match No. 6: Graham DeLaet vs. Patrick Reed

DeLaet evens things back up with a hole-winning birdie at the par-4 15th.

THRU 15 HOLES: All square

• • •

Match #7: Jordan Spieth vs. Pablo Larrazabal

Jordan Spieth sinks a 7 footer for birdie on 14 to take a 1-up lead over Spain's Pablo Larrazabal.

THRU 14: Spieth, 1 up

• • •

Match #4: Keegan Bradley vs. Jonas Blixt

Keegan Bradley's birdie attempt slides by the cup. He had to make it in order to extend the match.

Jonas Blixt def. Keegan Bradley, 2 and 1

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Match #7: Jordan Spieth vs. Pablo Larrazabal

Jordan Spieth sinks a 7 footer for birdie on 14 to take a 1-up lead over Spain's Pablo Larrazabal.

THRU 14: Spieth, 1 up

• • •

Match #19: Graeme McDowell vs. GaryWoodland

Gary Woodland drains another birdie at six and goes back to 3-up over Graeme McDowell.

THRU 6: Woodland, 3 up

• • •

Match No. 9: Sergio Garcia vs. Marc Leishman

After four straight halves, Garcia squares the match with a birdie at the 11th – then birdies again to take his first lead in this match. So far, when Garcia birdies, he wins that hole.

THRU 12 HOLES: Garcia leads, 1 up

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Match #4: Keegan Bradley vs. Jonas Blixt

Jonas Blixt's birdie at 15 allows hims to go dormie over Keegan Bradley at No. 15. Blixt has won four out of the last five holes.

THRU 15: Blixt, 3 up

• • •

Match #20: Hideki Matsuyama vs. Martin Kaymer

Hideki Matsuyama makes a birdie at No. 4, and that allows for a 1-up lead over Martin Kaymer after Kaymer took the lead after No. 1.

THRU 4: Matsuyama, 1 up

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Match No. 5: Steve Stricker vs. George Coetzee

Stricker birdied the par-5 13th and now birdies the par-4 14th to pull within a hole of Coetzee.

THRU 14 HOLES: Coetzee, 1 up

• • •

Match #19: Graeme McDowell vs. Gary Woodland

Birdies are winning holes in this match. Graeme McDowell birdies the par-4 fourth, while Gary Woodland finally cools off after his hole start.

THRU 4: Woodland, 2 up

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Match #3: Bubba Watson vs. Mikko Ilonen

After Mikko Ilonen can't make a lengthy par-saving putt, Bubba Watson wins his first round match 2 and 1.

Bubba Watson def. Mikko Ilonen, 2 and 1

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Match No. 21: Brandt Snedeker vs. David Lynn

Lynn birdied the second and now birdies the third to go 2 up on the struggling Snedeker.

THRU 3 HOLES: Lynn, 2 up

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Match #20: Hideki Matsuyama vs. Martin Kaymer

With back-to-back birdies, Hideki Matsuyama takes a 1-up lead over Martin Kaymer.

THRU 3: Matsuyama, 1 up

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Match No. 22: Webb Simpson vs. Thongchai Jaidee

The opening hole of this match is halved with pars by Simpson and Jaidee. Simpson is searching for his second win of the season.

THRU 1 HOLE: All square

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Match #7: Jordan Spieth vs. Pablo Larrazabal

Jordan Spieth gets it back to all square over Pablo Larrazabal after a birdie putt from 15 feet drops.

THRU 12: All square

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Match #11: Dustin Johnson vs. Peter Hanson

A 15-footer for birdie drop in the bottom of the cup for Peter Hanson. Dustin Johnson has to chip in for birdie and can't convert.

THRU 9: Hanson, 3 up

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Match #19: Graeme McDowell vs. Gary Woodland

Looks like Gary Woodland came to play. Three consecutive birdies for Woodland allows him to go 3-up over Graeme McDowell.

THRU 3: Woodland, 3 up

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Match No. 15: Matt Kuchar vs. Bernd Wiesberger

After a victory at the fifth, Wiesberger birdies the par-3 sixth to even the match back up with Kuchar.

THRU 6 HOLES: All square

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Match #7: Jordan Spieth vs. Pablo Larrazabal

Jordan Spieth made a mess of the par-5 11th, including a drop for an unplayable lie, which resulted in a bogey. Spieth conceded to Pablo Larrazabal.

THRU 11: Larrazabal, 1 up

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Match No. 6: Graham DeLaet vs. Patrick Reed

After four straight halves, Reed wins the par-3 12th with par to even the match back up with DeLaet.

THRU 12 HOLES: All square

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Match #3: Bubba Watson vs. Mikko Ilonen

Mikko Ilonen is given a chance to roll in a birdie putt, but it slides right of the cup. This opens a door for Bubba Watson and he sinks a 7-footer for birdie to take a 1-up lead over Ilonen with three holes remaining.

THRU 15: Watson, 1 up

• • •

Match #4: Keegan Bradley vs. Jonas Blixt

Both players make par at the par-5 13th, but on 12, Jonas Blixt made birdie to go 1 up with just five holes remaining.

THRU 13: Blixt, 1 up

• • •

Match No. 14: Jamie Donaldson vs. Billy Horschel

Horschel is now 3 up on Donaldson after winning the par-3 sixth with par.

THRU 6 HOLES: Horschel, 3 up

• • •

Match #19: Graeme McDowell vs. Gary Woodland

Gary Woodland with back-to-back birdies to take a 2-up lead over Graeme McDowell. Woodland is the 54th-ranked player in the Official World Golf Rankings.

THRU 2: Woodland, 2 up

• • •

Match No. 21: Brandt Snedeker vs. David Lynn

The opening hole of this match is halved with pars. Snedeker has struggled recently with two missed cuts in his last three events.

THRU 1 HOLE: All square

• • •

Match #3: Bubba Watson vs. Mikko Ilonen

With four holes left, Bubba Watson squares up his match against Mikko Ilonen with a birdie.

THRU 14: All square

• • •

Match #11: Dustin Johnson vs. Peter Hanson

After a double bogey on No. 7, Dustin Johnson is now 2 down to Peter Hanson. Hanson made a par on the par-4 seventh. Both players made par on No. 8.

THRU 8: Hanson, 2 up

• • •

Match No. 15: Matt Kuchar vs. Bernd Wiesberger

Kuchar gives a hole back to Wiesberger with bogey at the par-4 fifth hole.

THRU 5 HOLES: Kuchar, 1 up

• • •

Match No. 18: Jim Furyk vs. Chris Kirk

Another birdie for Kirk gets him 2 up in a hurry against Furyk. The two are separated by just 13 spots in the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings, which give weight to recent performance, so Furyk should have his hands full today.

THRU TWO HOLES: Kirk, 2 up

• • •

Match #20: Hideki Matsuyama vs. Martin Kaymer

Martin Kaymer knows how to do match play as he was the runner-up in 2011. He starts off with a birdie today against Japan's Hideki Matsuyama.

THRU 1: Kaymer, 1 up

• • •

Match #12: Victor Dubuisson vs. Kevin Streelman

Kevin Streelman picks up his first birdie of the day on the par-3 and inches closer back to all square. Streelman is only 1 down to Victor Dubuisson.

THRU 6: Dubuisson, 1 up

• • •

Match #3: Bubba Watson vs. Mikko Ilonen

On the last par-5 on the course, Bubba Watson takes advantage with his length and birdies the 13th. Mikko Ilonen can't convert, but still remains 1 up.

THRU 13: Ilonen, 1 up

• • •

Match No. 2: Jimmy Walker vs. Branden Grace

No. 6 Ben Hogan bracket seed Jimmy Walker steadily built a sizeable lead early, thanks in large part to a three-hole run of wins on the front nine, then closed things out midway through the back nine to defeat Branden Grace. Saying his hot run in recent months is a result of a lot of pars and a few birdies at times, Walker closes out his match with a birdie at the 14th. Grace's early troubles and lack of birdies left him in a deficit that couldn't be conquered.

WALKER WINS, 5 & 4

• • •

Match #8: Thomas Bjorn vs. Francesco Molinari

Before the turn, Francesco Molinari birdies the ninth – his second of the day – to get back to 1 down in his match with Thomas Bjorn.

THRU 9: Bjorn, 1 up

• • •

Match No. 15: Matt Kuchar vs. Bernd Wiesberger

Kuchar wins another hole, taking the par-4 fourth with par to go 2 up on Wiesberger.

THRU 4 HOLES: Kuchar, 2 up

• • •

Match #19: Graeme McDowell vs. Gary Woodland

The Battle of Lake Nona begins with Gary Woodland making a birdie on the first hole. Graeme McDowell has two top-10 finishes on the PGA Tour this season.

THRU 1: Woodland, 1 up

• • •

Match No. 1: Ian Poulter vs. Rickie Fowler

A big putt from Poulter gets him a needed birdie to close his deficit down a bit and keep his hopes alive with four to play after Fowler misses his birdie try.

THRU 14 HOLES: Fowler, 2 up

• • •

Match #12: Victor Dubuisson vs. Kevin Streelam

A par at the fifth allows the Frenchman, Victor Dubuisson, to take a 2-up lead over Kevin Streelman.

THRU 5: Dubuisson, 2 up

• • •

Match No. 18: Jim Furyk vs. Chris Kirk

For the first time in this Hogan bracket, an opening birdie starts the day – it's Kirk's, as the Match Play first-timer takes a quick lead in a matchup that the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings say is closer than a 5-vs.-12 seeding might make folks think.

THRU ONE HOLE: Kirk, 1 up

• • •

Match No. 1: Ian Poulter vs. Rickie Fowler

After trading pars at the par-3 12th, Poulter finds trouble at the 13th and Fowler wins a hole that could prove critical. With five to play, the American is ahead by three as the Englishman searches for some magic.

THRU 13 HOLES: Fowler, 3 up

• • •

Match #8: Thomas Bjorn vs. Francesco Molinari

Thomas Bjorn takes advantage of the par-5 and makes birdie. Francesco Molinari has only won one win in his last four Match Play appearances.

THRU 8: Bjorn, 2 up

• • •

Match No. 13: Jason Day vs. Thorbjorn Olesen

After three straight halves with par, Olesen takes this match's first lead with a birdie at the par-4 fourth.

THRU 4 HOLES: Olesen, 1 up

• • •

Match No. 14: Jamie Donaldson vs. Billy Horschel

Donaldson gets a hole back with birdie at the par-3 third hole.

THRU 3 HOLES: Horschel, 1 up

• • •

Match #7: Jordan Spieth vs. Pablo Larrazabal

After two holes of par golf for Jordan Spieth and Spain's Pablo Larrazabal, Spieth birdies for the second time today and gets back to all square.

THRU 8: All square

• • •

Match No. 5: Steve Stricker vs. George Coetzee

Coetzee gets a hole back and is back to 3 up on Stricker after winning the par-4 ninth with par. Stricker now has four bogeys in his first nine holes.

THRU 9 HOLES: Coetzee, 3 up

• • •

Match No. 2: Jimmy Walker vs. Branden Grace

Is Grace's first birdie of the day too little and too late – or the start of something big? With seven holes to play, he's got a big challenge if he's to pull off the upset. But it sends a message that perhaps Walker can't just make pars, as he's done for six holes now.

THRU 11 HOLES: Walker, 3 up

• • •

Match No. 16: Ryan Moore vs. Joost Luiten

Moore, who has three years of Match Play experience, pars the opening hole to take a lead on Match Play rookie Joost Luiten.

THRU 1 HOLE: Moore, 1 up

• • •

Match #11: Dustin Johnson vs. Peter Hanson

Hanson makes an 8-footer for birdie at the par-4 5th to take a 1-up lead – again – over Dustin Johnson.

THRU 5: Hanson, 1 up

• • •

Match No. 1: Ian Poulter vs. Rickie Fowler

For the second straight par 5, Poulter gets a much-needed birdie to keep Fowler from leading by three. That's the form the Englishman will need the rest of the way, unlike his three bogeys in the previous five holes, if he's to avoid an upset here.

THRU 11 HOLES: Fowler, 2 up

• • •

Match No. 14: Jamie Donaldson vs. Billy Horschel

Horschel birdies the par-5 second and wins a second straight hole to open his match with Donaldson.

THRU 2 HOLES: Horschel, 2 up

• • •

Match #11: Dustin Johnson vs. Peter Hanson

Dustin Johnson birdies the par-4 fourth to get it back to square with 36-year-old Peter Hanson of Sweden.

THRU 4: All square

• • •

Match No. 9: Sergio Garcia vs. Marc Leishman

Following two holes of trading pars, a birdie by Garcia pulls him back within a shot of Leishman. Should be interesting to watch this one develop, given Garcia's inconsistency in Match Play and Leishman's first-timer status in this event.

THRU SIX HOLES: Leishman leads, 1 up

• • •

Match No. 15: Matt Kuchar vs. Bernd Wiesberger

The defending champion pars the opening hole to take the early lead on Wiesberger, who is making his first Match Play appearance.

THRU 1 HOLE: Kuchar, 1 up

• • •

Match #3: Bubba Watson vs. Mikko Ilonen

This duo makes the turn and more momentum shifts Mikko Ilonen's way. With another birdie at the 10th (back-to-back), Ilonen takes a 2-up lead over Northern Trust Open champion Bubba Watson.

THRU 10: Ilonen, 2 up

• • •

Match #12: Victor Dubuisson vs. Kevin Streelam

With a birdie at No. 2, Victor Dubuisson goes 1 up over Kevin Streelman. Dubuisson won the 2013 Turkish Airlines Open for his first victory European Tour victory.

THRU 2: Dubuisson, 1 up

• • •

Match No. 5: Steve Stricker vs. George Coetzee

Stricker finally cards a birdie and it gives him the victory at the par-5 eighth. Coetzee, who made par at the eighth, still leads, though.

THRU 8 HOLES: Coetzee, 2 up

• • •

Match No. 14: Jamie Donaldson vs. Billy Horschel

A popular pick this week, Horschel pars the opening hole while Donaldson makes bogey, and the former University of Florida standout takes the early lead.

THRU 1 HOLE: Horschel, 1 up

• • •

Match No. 6: Graham DeLaet vs. Patrick Reed

DeLaet's first bogey of the day, at the par-4 seventh, gives the hole to Reed, who makes par and cuts the Canadian's lead in half.

THRU 7 HOLES: DeLaet, 1 up

• • •

Match #4: Keegan Bradley vs. Jonas Blixt

A birdie at the eighth gives the momentum back to Keegan Bradley. Bradley, a long-hitter compared to playing competitor Jonas Blixt, takes a 1-up lead over the Swede.

THRU 8: Bradley, 1 up

• • •

Match No. 1: Ian Poulter vs. Rickie Fowler

After trading pars at the ninth, Fowler reclaims a margin of three to start the back nine – thanks to Poulter's third bogey of the day. With eight to go, Poulter has a big hill to climb if he is to advance.

THRU 10 HOLES: Fowler leads, 3 up

• • •

Match No. 13: Jason Day vs. Thorbjorn Olesen

The Australian and the Dane halve their opening hole with par. Olesen is coming off two straight top-5s on the European Tour.

THRU 1 HOLE: All square

• • •

Match #3: Bubba Watson vs. Mikko Ilonen

Now playing even-par golf with a birdie at the ninth, Mikko Ilonen takes the lead again over Bubba Watson.

THRU 9: Ilonen, 1 up

• • •

Match #7: Jordan Spieth vs. Pablo Larrazabal

It was consistent golf between Jordan Spieth and Pablo Larrazabal until now, and it's Larrazabal to strike first. He makes birdie at the par-4 fifth to take the 1-up lead.

THRU 5: Larrazabal, 1 up

• • •

Match No. 10: Bill Haas vs. Miguel Angel Jimenez

A rocky start for "The Most Interesting Golfer In The World," Jimenez, has him 2 down against Haas in a hurry. Jimenez bogeys Nos. 2-3, while Haas does his part with a birdie at the latter. History has shown, however, the Spaniard is not to be counted out this quickly.

THRU THREE HOLES: Haas leads, 2 up

• • •

Match No. 9: Sergio Garcia vs. Marc Leishman

No. 2 Ben Hogan bracket seed Sergio Garcia of Spain starts his opening round in the WGC-Accenture Match Play with a halve against Marc Leishman of Australia – but Leishman follows with back-to-back birdies for an early lead. The Aussie has his foot on the gas in a hurry: beginner's luck, or a path to an upset?

THRU THREE HOLES: Leishman leads, 2 up

• • •

Match #12: Victor Dubuisson vs. Kevin Streelman

This match gets underway with pars on the first hole between Victor Dubuisson and Kevin Streelman. Dubuisson and Streelman are both getting their first crack at Match Play.

THRU 1: All square

• • •

Match #8: Thomas Bjorn vs. Francesco Molinari

Francesco Molinari birdies the par-4 to win the hole.

THRU 4: Bjorn, 1 up

• • •

Match #4: Keegan Bradley vs. Jonas Blixt

A par for Keegan Bradley squares the match against Jonas Blixt, who is playing in his first Match Play Championship.

THRU 7: All square

• • •

Match No. 2: Jimmy Walker vs. Branden Grace

Against a player on a roll like Walker is, bogeys are especially penalizing in Match Play. Grace, however, bogeys the par-5 eighth to fall four back before the turn. This could get ugly if Walker continues to play under par.

THRU EIGHT HOLES: Walker, 4 up

• • •

Match #3: Bubba Watson vs. Mikko Ilonen

A back-and-forth match indeed. Just when you think the momentum favors Mikko Ilonen, Bubba Watson makes an eagle to Ilonen's birdie. The match is back to all square.

THRU 8: All square

• • •

Match No. 6: Graham DeLaet vs. Patrick Reed

After three straight halves with par, DeLaet pars the lengthy par-4 fifth to extend his lead on Reed.

THRU 5 HOLES: DeLaet, 2 up

• • •

Match #11: Dustin Johnson vs. Peter Hanson

Peter Hanson drops a birdie on the first hole to take the lead early over Dustin Johnson. Johnson is arguably another hot player heading into the tournament with two runner-up finishes in the last two weeks.

THRU 1: Hanson, 1 up

• • •

Match #8: Thomas Bjorn vs. Francesco Molinari

Thomas Bjorn's first birdie of the day came at the par-3 third, and that allows him to further the lead over Francesco Molinari.

THRU 3: Bjorn, 2 up

• • •

Match #4: Keegan Bradley vs. Jonas Blixt

Blixt makes a par on the sixth to take the 1-up lead over Keegan Bradley.

THRU 6: Blixt, 1 up

• • •

Match #3: Bubba Watson vs. Mikko Ilonen

Three straight hole wins for Mikko Ilonen gives him the lead for the first time in the match on No. 7. It was Bubba Watson's third straight bogey. Ilonen has remained consistent with pars.

THRU 7: Ilonen, 1 up

• • •

Match #3: Bubba Watson vs. Mikko Ilonen

Back-to-back bogeys for Bubba Watson let Mikko Ilonen right back into this match at the par-3. This is Ilonen's first Match Play Championship.

THRU 6: All square

• • •

Match No. 1: Ian Poulter vs. Rickie Fowler

Fowler's second birdie of the day gives him his third hole won – there's still a lot of golf to be played, but a lead like this at the turn could force Poulter into aggressive decision making.

THRU SEVEN HOLES: Fowler, 3 up

• • •

Match #3 Bubba Watson vs. Mikko Ilonen

Mikko Ilonen wins his first hole of the match against Bubba Watson. Watson makes his first bogey in 44 holes dating back to the 15th hole during the second round of the Northern Trust Open.

THRU 5: Watson, 1 up

• • •

Match #8: Thomas Bjorn vs. Francesco Molinari

Francesco Molinari suffers an early bogey at the first and that gives Thomas Bjorn the lead. Bjorn has only one win in his last three Match Play appearances.

THRU 1: Bjorn, 1 up

• • •

Match #7: Jordan Spieth vs. Pablo Larrazabal

In maybe one of the most anticipated matches of the championship, Jordan Spieth and Pablo Larrazabal both make pars to start the day.

THRU 1: All square

• • •

Match No. 1: Ian Poulter vs. Rickie Fowler

Fowler makes par at the second par-3 hole of the day, then watches as Poulter can't match it. The Oklahoma State product's three straight missed cuts seem a distant memory right now as he doubles his lead.

THRU SIX HOLES: Fowler, 2 up

• • •

Match #3: Bubba Watson vs. Mikko Ilonen

A costly mistake for Mikko Ilonen on the fourth. He makes a double bogey, while Bubba Watson makes an easy par to take a 2-up lead.

THRU 4: Watson, 2 up

• • •

Match #4: Keegan Bradley vs Jonas Blixt

Jonas Blixt answers right back with a birdie at the par-3 third. A little "Did you know?" . . . Blixt is ranked 98th, according to the Golfweek Sagarin Pro Rankings.

THRU 3: All square

• • •

Match No. 5: Steve Stricker vs. George Coetzee

Coetzee takes a second straight hole with par as Stricker bogeys again.

THRU 2 HOLES: Coetzee, 2 up

• • •

Match No. 6: Graham DeLaet vs. Patrick Reed

Graham DeLaet birdies the opening hole to go 1 up early on Patrick Reed, who has won two PGA Tour events, including this year's Humana Challenge.

THRU 1 HOLE: DeLaet, 1 up

• • •

Match No. 2: Jimmy Walker vs. Branden Grace

The first birdie of the match is Walker's – and gives him a quick two-hole margin as it comes on the heels of a Grace bogey at the par-3 third hole. The only three-time winner of the PGA Tour season appears to still be in top form, at least in the early going.

THRU FOUR HOLES: Walker leads, 2 up

• • •

Match #4: Keegan Bradley vs. Jonas Blixt

As Blixt said in his pre-tournament interview, Bradley hits it long, straight and makes birdies. With that, Bradley picks up a birdie to win the second hole.

THRU 2: Bradley, 1 up

• • •

Match No. 1: Ian Poulter vs. Rickie Fowler

Poulter falls behind early as Fowler earns the first hole won for the day in the entire bracket to get a line on a potential upset – but it's early. Fowler's birdie at the fourth hole, as Poulter pars, gives the young American an early advantage. He's not as far behind Poulter in the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings, which favor recent performance, as he is in the OWGR.

THRU FOUR HOLES: Fowler, 1 up

• • •

Match No. 5: Steve Stricker vs. George Coetzee

George Coetzee makes par at the opening hole while Stricker, who is ranked first overall in the Golfweek/Sagarin Pro Rankings, makes bogey to fall behind early. Stricker is also making his season debut this week.

THRU 1 HOLE: Coetzee, 1 up

• • •

Match #3: Bubba Watson vs. Mikko Ilonen

A birdie on the par-5 for the long-hitting Watson gives him a 1-up advantage over the 57th-ranked player in the world, Ilonen.

THRU 2: Watson, 1 up

• • •

Match #4: Keegan Bradley vs. Jonas Blixt

Bradley, No. 25 in the Official World Golf Rankings, is playing No. 46 Blixt. Bradley and Blixt made pars on the first hole. Bradley's last victory came at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational in 2012. Blixt won at The Greenbrier Classic in 2013.

THRU 1: All square

• • •

Match No. 1: Ian Poulter vs. Rickie Fowler

After trading birdies at the par-5 second hole, Poulter and Fowler get back to making pars to remain even. Should be interesting to see if the first win comes by making birdie or watching the other make bogey.

THROUGH THREE HOLES: All Square

• • •

Match #3: Bubba Watson vs. Mikko Ilonen

Both players par the first hole. Watson may be the hottest player coming into the Match Play Championship with a victory last week at the Northern Trust Open. Ilonen's best finish on the European Tour came at the Qatar Masters with a runner-up finish. His last win came at the Nordea Masters last season.

THRU 1: All square

• • •

Match No. 2: Jimmy Walker vs. Branden Grace

Walker and Grace match one another's pars to start their round All Square. Walker is 131 spots ahead of Grace in the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings, which favor recent performances more heavily than OWGR – but anything can happen in Match Play.

• • •

Match No. 1: Ian Poulter vs. Rickie Fowler

Poulter and Fowler each card par at this long par-4 to get the day started All Square. Poulter has 41 spots on Fowler in the OWGR, but Fowler gets a clean slate for the next 17 holes.

• • •

Match Play preview coverage

Hole-by-hole preview of Dove Mountain, Match Play host course

The Golf Club at Dove Mountain is certainly fun to watch from home. And with match play, just about anything can happen, especially on this dramatic, rugged Jack Nicklaus-designed course in the foothills of the Tortolita Mountain Range just north of Tucson, Ariz. See photos and a strategic description of all 18 holes.

Match Play cheat sheet: Player-by-player breakdowns

Henrik Stenson will enter this week's WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship as the top seed, a year after his won the FedEx Cup and Race to Dubai. Meanwhile, last year's champ Matt Kuchar is coming off his first missed cut in nearly 18 months as 61 of the top 67 players in the world will play at Dove Mountain. Here's a look at each player in the field.

B. Watson carries confidence into WGC Match Play

Bubba Golf is back in vogue. Bomb it, find it, wedge it, putt it. That has worked so well lately that Bubba Watson finds himself high on the current Hot Golfer List, having won (Northern Trust Open on Sunday) and finished second (Waste Management Phoenix Open) in his last two PGA Tour starts. Hence, Watson comes to the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship as a scary draw, if there is such a thing in the unpredictable culture of 18-hole match play.

Expert picks: No clear favorite at WGC Match Play

The field is stacked and this is truly the "anything-can-happen" tournament of the year, as match play seems to even the playing field in golf. With Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Adam Scott taking the WGC-Accenture Match Play off, a bit of intrigue might be lost, but the likes of Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose and Ian Poulter should provide some drama worth watching.

R.McIlroy tops Match Play odds; D. Johnson, J. Day close

Rory McIlroy tops the list of odds to win this week’s WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship, with Dustin Johnson and Jason Day not far behind. McIlroy is listed at 12/1 to win the tournament, with Johnson and Day at 15/1.

I. Poulter's early start reminiscent of year it snowed

Ian Poulter will have a little bit of experience on his side Wednesday, with another early-morning tee time in the this World Golf Championship. Although afternoon temperatures are predicted to be in the 80s, the early-morning groups will probably start out in sub-50 weather, so if there is cold anywhere, Poulter's match against Rickie Fowler will have it. And it’s an intriguing match right out of the gates, as Poulter clearly has a fondness for this championship.

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