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McIlroy Heading To Masters Mentally Strong & Not Drained.

Austin, TX … Rory McIlroy with head to next fortnight’s Masters admitting he’s mentally strong and not at all feeling drained after salvaging a draw in his ‘dead rubber’ WGC  Dell Match-play Championship match against Argentina’s Emiliano Grillo McIlroy had lost his first match to Dane Soren Kjeldsen and then when American Gary Woodland withdrew due to personal reasons there was no way McIlroy would break into the last 16. In past the past two years, McIlroy ...
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Hatton Slapped With Two Stroke Penalty & Bundled Out Of Dell Last 16.

Austin, TX .. Tyrrell Hatton found himself handed a two stroke penalty and bundled out of the event  in  breaching a ‘tournament rule’ on day three of the WGC – Dell Match-Play Championship in Austin, TX. The High Wycombe golfer was on the first green in a three-man sudden death play-off to decide who in their group goes through to Saturday’s quarter finals on the Austin Country Club course in the Texas capital. Hatton sent his birdie attempt to just two feet short from the ...
Danish giant killer Soren Kjeldsen on his way to victory on day two of the 2017 WGC - Dell Match-Play Championship.  (Pnoto - European Tour)

McIlroy Playing For Pride In Dell ‘Dead Rubber’ Round Robin Match Against Grillo.

Austin, TX … Rory McIlroy will be playing for pride knowing he cannot advance to the last 16 in the WGC – Dell Match-Play Championship in Austin, Texas. McIlroy is set to tackle Argentina’s Emiliano Grillo in Friday’s final of three round robin matches, and after Grillo lost his second-round match to Dane Soren Kjeldsen in bright but very windy conditions on the Austin Country Club course. However, neither McIlroy or Grillo can advance to Saturday’s quarter-finals given the pint-sized ...
Rory McIlroy wins his match against Gary Woodland in the 2015 of the WGC - Dell Match-Play

McIlroy Earns First Point Without Hitting A Shot But Match-Play Future All Hangs On Kjeldsen.

Austin, TX ,,, Rory McIlroy won his second round match without playing a shot  but could still find himself bundled out of the WGC – Dell Match-Play Championship in Austin, Texas. McIlroy’s second round opponent, Gary Woodland was forced out due to a ‘personal family matter’ and the American has returned to his Orlando residence. But while McIlroy received his first point in the $US 9.75m event he will have to wait the outcome of the second round match between Dane Soren Kjeldsen and Argentinean ...
Soren Kjeldsen all smiles after defeating Rory McIlroy 2 & 1 in their opening match at the WGC - Dell Match-Play Championship

McIlroy Left Stunned As Pint-Size Kjeldsen Topples World No. 2 In Dell Opener.

World No. 2 Rory McIlroy was left stunned after being being toppled 2 & 1 by pint-size Dane Soren Kjeldsen on the opening day of the WGC – Dell Match-Play Championship in Texas. McIlroy had been ahead just twice in his match against the 60th seeded Kjeldsen before losing the 16th and 17th holes to birdies by his opponent. McIlroy now needs to defeat American Gary Woodland in today’s (THUR) second round robin encounter to boost hopes of winning through to the final 16 in the $US 9.75m event ...
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For Jason Day It’s Video Games, Mountain Dew, Pizza & A Hopeful Repeat Dell Success.

Austin, TX … For Jason Day it’s going to be a week of video games, Mountain Dew, pizzas and hopefully also a successful defence of his WGC – Dell Match-Play Championship in Austin, Texas. Day is spending the week at the home of good friend, Nick Watney and the Aussie summed-up the likely scenario each night in returning to the Watney’s residence. The American did not qualify for this week’s $US 9.75m event by virtue of his 284th World Ranking but that’s not going to stop the ...
Dutch amateur Pierre Junior Verlaar after receiving the winner’s trophy from Fouad Akasbi, president of Royal Golf D’Anfa and Vice President of the Royal Moroccan Golf Federation.  Reda Bennis, Director General of the Royal Moroccan Golf Federation, Warchan Ali of Royal Golf D’Anfa, Majid Bennis of HLO and Mohamed Juma Buamaim, Chairman of the 
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Historic Dutch Victory Delight For Verlaar In Morocco

Pierre Junior Verlaar conjured a piece of magic on the front nine to win the MENA Tour’s Royal Golf Mohammedia Open in style at Royal Golf Club Tuesday. Starting the final day three shots off the pace, the 18-year- old Dutch prodigy blistered the outward nine with six birdies en route to a bogey-free 65 to reach nine-under for the tournament, beating Morocco’s Ahmed Marjan and England’s Andrew Marshall by two shots. With this convincing victory, Verlaar became the second amateur after ...