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Jim Furyk scratched back from 3 down to eliminate Harris English 1 up in the Hogan Bracket in today's third round of the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship.

English won holes 2, 3 and 6 while Furyk opened 2-over-par with three birdies, but the elder American responded with five wins against one loss the rest of the way. Furyk's comeback started with a par at the par-4 seventh. Two of his remaining four wins were via par-4s; the other two came courtesy of birdie-2s, the latter of which giving Furyk his eventual margin at the 16th hole. The duo matched birdies at 17 and pars at 18. Remarkably, despite the fact that Furyk is making his 14th appearance in this tournament, this is the first time that he's advanced to the quarterfinals. He'll face Rickie Fowler.
Fri, Feb 21, 2014 05:10:00 PM

Ryo Ishikawa will be making other plans this week as he's backed out of the field at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. He will be replaced by Ted Purdy.

There was no initial reason cited for the early exit. There is none needed, given it's prior to the start of the event. Of course we will update if that changes prior to his next start. Ted Purdy takes his place in the field. He boasts a trio of top 20s at this event, but hasn't cracked the field since the 2010 edition.
Feb 10 - 6:03 PM

Matt Every has removed himself from the field at this week's AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. He will be replaced by Greg Chalmers.

There is no indication of injury playing a part in this, but will update if that changes. The Florida Gator product is fresh off a T24 at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, and was 3-for-5 in his career at this event. Greg Chalmers walks into his spot in the field. He will be making his eighth start at the AT&T Pro-Am, currently sporting a 4-for-7 record but nothing better than a T35 (2010).
Source: PGATOUR.com
Feb 10 - 9:11 AM

Michael Kim has decided to forego his tournament debut at this week's AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, he will be replaced in the field by Michael Bradley.

The Cal Bear did not provide a reason for the pre-tournament WD. He's been incredibly busy early in the season, collecting eight paychecks in nine starts to open his rookie campaign. Perhaps this is a matter of wanting some rest after teeing it up four consecutive weeks. Gamers should assume this is not injury related after a T45 at last week's Waste Management Phoenix Open. We will provide further updates on Kim if any injury news surfaces. Michael Bradley takes his place this week, and he will be looking for his first cut made (in 10 tries) at Pebble Beach. Perhaps the 11th time is the charm.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Feb 9 - 1:46 PM

Rickie Fowler shot a 4-under-par 34-33=67 in the final round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open to post 14-under 270, and then lost on the fourth hole of sudden death to Hideki Matsuyama, dropping his playoff record to 2-2.

After opening in 65-68-70, Fowler was in the final threesome T2 with Matsuyama and three adrift of 54-hole leader Danny Lee. He had come-from-behind in each of his three TOUR wins and was looking to add his fourth title in his 152nd pro start -- and his fifth worldwide victory in the last nine months. Fowler missed birdie at the par-4 first (from 5'8") but connected from 3'11" at the par-5 third to join a four-way T1. He took the top spot with a pitch-in birdie-3 at the 10th and had a two-shot lead heading to the short par-4 17th after birdie-4s at 13 and 15. The 27-year-old drove the green (with driver) but it never stopped, going over the green into the water to square his first bogey in 22 holes. Back at the 17th for the fourth hole of sudden death, he hit less-than driver this time, but he found the water left and it was over, settling for his ninth career runner-up and second at the WMPO (2010).
Feb 7 - 7:53 PM

After matching 72-hole aggregates of 14-under 270, Hideki Matsuyama eliminated Rickie Fowler with par on the fourth hole of sudden death to win the Waste Management Phoenix Open in his third appearance, and notches his second PGA TOUR title in his 60th start as a pro.

Matsuyama fired a bogey-free 4-under-par 34-33=67 before pushing his playoff record to 2-0, having also won his maiden title at the 2014 Memorial in extra time. At the Memorial, he erased a two-shot deficit in R4 to best Kevin Na on the first extra hole. This time, he entered the finale three adrift of 54-hole leader Danny Lee after opening in 65-70-68. The 23-year-old began with a 15'1" birdie at the first and didn't circle a second until the par-5 13th (8'5"). He tied Fowler on 13-under after an up-and-down birdie at the drivable par-4 17th and then delivered from 17'8" at the par-4 18th but Fowler matched from 9'6". The duo exchanged pars and birdies on the first and second playing of the 18th in sudden death before moving to the par-4 10th, where they matched pars again. It was onto the 17th and Fowler's drive went into the water (for the second time today) leaving the door open for Matsuyama.
Feb 7 - 7:32 PM

Sebastian Munoz battled for an even-par 36-35=71 in the final round of the Club Colombia Championship to capture the title by a stroke over Matt Atkins and Richy Werensky at 12-under 272.

Munoz entered this week on the charity of a sponsor's exemption and made the hometown fans at Bogota CC proud as a response. He circled four birdies and squared four bogeys in the finale, and his his 21 birdies ranked tops for the week. With this victory, he no longer needs to take advantage of his status on the PGA TOUR LATINOAMERICA. If he so chooses, he is now fully exempt on the Web.com Tour in 2016 and can chase a 2016-17 PGA TOUR card. Of note, he is the first Colombian to win on the Web.com Tour.
Feb 7 - 7:15 PM

Danny Willett withstood a charge from the field to maintain his 54-hole lead and claim the 2016 Omega Dubai Desert Classic thanks to a final round 3-under-par 34-35=69 which earned him a 19-under 239 total and a one shot victory over Rafa Cabrera-Bello and Andy Sullivan.

Two front nine bogeys on 2 and 9 saw the Englishman's start-of-round advantage disappear as Sullivan and Cabrera-Bello not only snapped at his heels but caught and passed him at the top of the leaderboard. But Willett was resolute. In between those dropped shots he made red numbers on 4, 5 and 7. More red on 12 and 13 gave him control of the tournament, only for a bogey on 14, caused by a failure to get up and down from the back of the green, to put matters in peril again. Willett had failed to birdie 18 all week but when it mattered the 72nd hole 15-foot birdie putt dropped and the title was his. It is his fourth European Tour title and he is the third English winner of the event. He said afterwards: "Coming down the last with all the situations that were going on, it's nice to know that I can dig deep there and produce. It's a relatively daunting last hole. We needed to make a (birdie) four to win. So just delighted with how I dug and found it."
Feb 7 - 8:06 AM

Hideki Matsuyama carved out a 3-under-par 34-34=68 on day three of the Waste Management Phoenix Open for a 54-hole total of 10-under 203, up two places on the leaderboard and into a two-way T2 with Rickie Fowler.

In his previous two (and only) visits to TPC Scottsdale, Matsuyama was T2 and T3, respectively after 54 holes (eventually finishing T2 and T4). He's T2 again after three days posting 65-70-68. On those two previous occasions, he entered the finale three in arrears and finds himself in the exact same spot with 18 holes remaining this year. The 23-year-old played out of the penultimate threesome on Saturday and overshadowed bogeys on holes 7 and 12 (both three-putts, the latter from 6'9") with birdies at 1, 5, 11, 14 (chip-in) and 15. He landed just six (of 14) fairways -- his worst of the week -- but pelted 16 greens in regulation -- his best of the week. Thru 54 holes, he leads the field in strokes gained: tee-to-green, but is 40th in strokes gained: putting, including a -1.922 in R3.
Feb 6 - 7:57 PM

Danny Lee conjured up a 4-under-par 31-36=67 in the third round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open to post 13-under 200, good for a three-shot lead over Hideki Matsuyama and Rickie Fowler.

Lee was in the final threesome with overnight leader James Hahn and Fowler. He began the day one back of Hahn (joint second) after opening in 67-66. The 25-year-old went out in bogey-free 4-under, circling three straight on Nos. 2-4 (from between three and 21 feet) and adding a 39'6" bomb at the par-4 eighth. He dropped shots on 11 (three-putt from 64'0") and 15 (water ball) but erased them with birdies at 13 and 17. This is Lee's first career 54-hole lead on TOUR in his 110th pro start, and he's been buoyed to that spot by leading the field in driving accuracy at 83.33 percent (35/42) and strokes gained: putting with a cumulative 5.760.
Feb 6 - 6:36 PM

Phil Mickelson smoothed a bogey-free 6-under-par 31-34=65 in the third round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open for a three-day total of 8-under 205, up 31 places on the live leaderboard to T6. UPDATE: With play completed on day three, Mickelson sits solo sixth, five adrift of 54-hole leader Danny Lee.

Mickelson was in the third threesome off No. 10 tee and began Moving Day T37 (2-under) after 69-71. He opened with five straight two-putt pars before breaking the ice from 15'8" at the par-5 15th and added a second circle from 10'11" for birdie-3 at 18 to turn 2-under. The three-time WMPO champ went back-to-back rolling in a 12-footer at the par-4 first before ringing-up par breakers at Nos. 3, 7 and 9, the latter two from 22'3" and 29'0", respectively. Mickelson striped 10 (of 14) fairways and peppered 15 greens in regulation registering 1.667 putts per GIR.
Feb 6 - 4:34 PM

Scottsdale resident Bryce Molder fired a 7-under-par 31-33=64 in the third round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open to post 9-under 204, up 33 spots on the live leaderboard to T4 and good for the early 54-hole clubhouse lead. UPDATE: With play completed, Molder is in a two-way T4, four swings back of 54-hole leader Danny Lee.

Two-tee set-up for the third round (69 players) and Molder was in the first threesome off No. 10 with J.B. Holmes, who shot 68, and Seung-Yul Noh (81). He began Moving Day eight adrift on 2-under (T37) after opening in 67-73. The 37-year-old striped 10 (of 14) fairways and hit 14 greens in regulation and at last check, a 3.473 tally in strokes gained: putting. Molder circled eight birdies against a lone bogey at the par-3 seventh (failed sand save). That bogey-4 was sandwiched by four birdie-3s from between 15 and 23 feet, including a walk-off from 18'2" at the par-4 ninth. His 64 is low round of the tournament thus far and a personal best in 29 career rounds at TPC Scottsdale.
Feb 6 - 4:04 PM




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