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RBC Heritage. Luke Leaps to the Top.

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Luke Donald leaps to the top of the RBC Heritage leaderboard at Harbour Town Golf Links.

Donald surges to top with 66

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Luke posted another round of -6 under par 66, low round of the day, to sit comfortably on top of the leaderboard at the RBC Heritage at -8 under par, and a two shot lead. He spoke about the weather conditions;

“I’ve always liked this golf course, and the conditions were pretty manageable, for the front nine at least. I think we’re in for a very windy day tomorrow, so I’ll need to control the ball even better.”

John Huh is in second place, a third round of -3 under par 68, and a -6 under par total, would have been better if he had not three putted the last hole. John said his tee shot was OK, it would be difficult to miss the eighteenth fairway, it is the widest on the course, but the second put him in a bad spot;

“I hit a good drive, had about 200 yards and hit my rescue over, put myself in the wrong spot. Believe it or not, I’ve been playing really good, but I just wasn’t able to put everything together. I think this is the week that I’ve put pretty much everything together.”

Nicolas Thompson is in a four-way tie for third place, at -5 under par. Joining him on that score are Jim Furyk, Charl Schwartzel and Ben Martin.

Nicolas was upset at his putting performance today;

“The only thing that was really off was my speed control, I might have had a missed read or two here or there, but that happens. I don’t think I hit one putt too short today. This golf course is the ultimate patience test. You have to be so patient out here, because how many golf shots are you going to hit in the perfect spot off the tee, so you think, and not have an exact shot on the pin?”

Charl thinks he will have a chance if he just continues with the good ball striking;

“I think if I can continue the ball striking and giving myself chances I can make a few birdies tomorrow and give it a shot.”

First-round co-leader Matt Kuchar bounced back from Friday afternoon’s rough start, to finish in a tie for seventh place at -4 under par. He was happy with that result after a long day, he had played 29 holes;

“It helps to be in contention, it helps to really have an incentive to go out and play some good golf.”

Accenture Match-Play. Garcia’s Gentlemanly Conduct. G-Mac King of Comebacks

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 Sergio Garcia was guilty of serious gentlemanly conduct in his loss to Rickie Fowler, conceding a seventeen foot putt. G-Mac came back from the dead once again, a resurrection indeed.

No regrets: Garcia concedes 17-footer in loss to Fowler

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 Rickie Fowler defeated Sergio Garcia, 1 up, Friday at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship , but that included the conceded putt of seventeen feet. The incident took place took place at Dove Mountain’s seventh hole, Sergio felt that he  had taken too much time to take a drop at No. 6, and conceded the halving par putt to Rickie. Sergio’s 7-foot par was conceded in return.

Sergio explained the extraordinary event like this;

I don’t regret it at all. I think that this is a gentleman’s game and lately, it hasn’t felt like it’s been like that. This is the way I was brought up by my dad. I felt like my drop on six took too much time. If I would have been in his position, I wouldn’t have enjoyed waiting so long to hit my birdie putt after the great shot that he hit. I thought that was the only thing I could do on seven to make myself feel better and not feel guilty about anything.”

The real problem was bee’s, Sergio asked for a drop away from the bee colony, saying;

 “I don’t want to hit the shot, I’ve had bad experiences with bees.”

Rickie was confused for a while;

“I had to kind of find out what he was asking or offering there, it took me a minute to figure it out.  It would be stupid not to take a half. He said, ‘You wanna halve’ I didn’t know what he meant. I thought maybe he had a sandwich”

For a the third day on the trot, Graeme McDowell came from behind to win. Claiming victory in  his quarter-final clash with Victor Dubuisson at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship.

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Graeme was again on the ropes at two down with two to play, he rallied with two closing birdies, which saw the former US Open Champion force extra holes, and a 15 foot birdie putt at the third extra hole, after Hunter had found a greenside bunker. The victory sealed a last-eight spot for the Volvo World Match Play champion.

Graeme was amazed to still be in the tournament;

 “It’s entertaining for sure but I’d much rather have it much easier, believe me. I can’t get my head around it. I was pretty sure I was beat against Gary Woodland, yesterday I thought I had a chance and today walking off the 16th green I thought I was beat again. The par save on the second play-off hole was just ridiculous, he holed from 20 feet there. I can’t believe it really, I have just robbed three players at this tournament and I can’t believe I am still in it.”

Victor Dubuisson avoided a comeback by Bubba Watson, clinging on for a one up victory after being three up with four to play. Making his World Golf Championships debut, Victor feels he is ready to join the next Ryder Cup team;

“I’m definitely ready because I have good experience of match play as an amateur. I hope the three matches I have won will help me get into the team.”

Ernie Els came up with a brilliant approach shot to within two feet at the 18th to see off Jason Dufner 1 up, while the other South African Louis Oosthuizen dispatched Webb Simpson 5-4.

Jason Day defeated George Coetzee 3-1, and Jordan Spieth beat Matt Kuchar 2-1. Jim Furyk defeated Harris English 1 up.

So far this week I have manged to avoid using the word bracket, but thought I had better mention it just in case you thought I was not aware.

Accenture Match-Play. Rose & Rory Out. Magic McDowell Survives Again.

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Justin Rose and Rory McIlroy crashed out of the Accenture Match-Play tournament at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Course on Dove Mountain. Graeme McDowell survived another match where he looked like losing, once again.

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Justin went down to Ernie Els, 1 up, while Rory lost to Harris English, on the 19th hole. G-Mac went three down after six holes against  Hideki Matsuyama, of Japan. He then birdied the seventh and eighth to get within one hole, only to then lose the 14th to be two down with four holes to play. Graeme won the 15th and the 17th, and rounding off with  a ten foot putt on the final green to seal a one up win.

He joked afterwards;

“Why do it the easy way when the hard way will do. I just got off to a slow start again, probably less so today. I was quite proud of myself when I got a half on three, so I was only two down after three, as opposed to three down. I tried to go out there today and execute my game plan and try not to give him any room, try not to make any mistakes, try not to give him anything, and he kind of played the same kind of golf back. He played very, very well. 

“I made big putts on 15 and 16. The 16th especially was a massive putt to give me the opportunity.I feel very fortunate again today. I’ve certainly expended all my energy and emotions the last couple of days, but thankfully it’s early in the season and I’ve plenty left in the tank.”

Louis Oosthuizen dumped out Henrik Stenson 4-3, and Webb Simpson dispatched Brandt Snedeker by the same score.

George Coetzee is still doing fine, winning the 21 hole battle with Patrick Reed. Jason Day took even longer to overcome Billy Horschel, 22 holes.

Sergio Garcia is going along smoothly, a 3-1 victory over Bill Haas, while Jason Dufner eliminated Matteo Manassero by 2-1. 

Sergio said he had fun out there today;

“It was good fun, we both played hard. We both tried to play as well as we could to beat our opponent and I was fortunate to be just a little bit better than him today.”

A resurgent Rickie Fowler beat Jimmy Walker 1 up, Matt Kuchar beat Ryan Moore by the same score. Jim Furyk took care of Charl Schwartzel 3-2, and Jordan Spieth was too strong for Thomas Bjorn, beating him 5-4.

Victor Dubuisson continued to impress on his World Golf Championships debut as he overcame Peter Hanson 3 -1 to progress to face former Masters Tournament winner Bubba Watson, who saw off Jonas Blixt at the 17th hole when Jonas lost his ball under a bush. ( would have been ironic if Jonas had got a free drop, wouldn’t it)

Some good match ups tomorrow and any of the remaining players could win, as Graeme McDowell said yesterday, this is a brutal format.

Accenture Match-Play. Who Lost on Day 1

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The Accenture Match-Play tournament was most noted for who lost on day 1 of the competition, at The Golf Club at Dove Mountain.

Day 1 recaps: Accenture

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It was a great victory for Ricky Fowler, defeating legendary matchplay exponent Ian Poulter 2-1. Even Ricky thought Poults was on a winner;

“I was definitely an underdog coming in. Heck, if I was filling out a bracket, I would have picked Poulter, too.  It feels like a big win after those missed cuts, it was nice to be the underdog. I had nothing to lose.”

Another Englishman on the wrong side of the leaderboard was Lee Westwood, he was defeated by Harris English 5-3.

George Coetzee, fresh from his win in South Africa, defeated Steve Stricker, an unlikely result at the start of play.

Zach Johnson, coming back from a layoff, lost to Richard Sterne 5-4. Everyone must now wonder if the unenforced rest period was a disaster, as Zach was playing really well beforehand. Another loser on day 1 was Keegan Bradley, falling to Jonas Blixt 2-1. Luke Donald also packed his bags, losing 5-4 to Matteo Manassero.

G-Mac only just made it,  he was four down through seven holes, and still three holes behind with three to play, when he staged an improbable rally against Florida neighbor Gary Woodland

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Graeme said he was surprised to get through;

“I’m sure he’s extremely disappointed right now, and I’m extremely elated. I’m surprised to be sitting here, having won. Yeah, I hit a couple of quality shots down the last couple of holes, but he had mistakes, as well. It’s a brutal format. I thought it was over, you’re not coming back from 3 down against a guy that’s playing as well as him. Yeah, I’m still going to try to hit my shots. But it required a mistake from him to give me half a sniff, even. It feels like a Sunday afternoon on Wednesday.”

The big names that made it safely through include, Henrik Stenson, the number one seed here, Webb Simpson, Rory McIlroy, Jim Furyk, Sergio Garcia, albeit after 22 holes, Jimmy Walker, Justin Rose, Ernie Els, Jason Dufner, Matt Kuchar, Jordan Spieth and Bubba Watson.

     

BMW Championship. Zach Attack Wins It.

Zach Johnson attacked the Conway Farms Golf Course to win the BMW Championship by two shots.

In complete control

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Zach Johnson shot a bogey free final round -6 under par 65 to finish the tournament with a -16 under par total. He now has a chance to win the FedExCup next week at East lake in the Tour Championship, he is now in fourth place in the standings. This is Zach’s tenth win in his ten years on Tour, he tried to explain what it all meant;

It’s extremely difficult, I’m not sure I fully grasp it. The parity on the TOUR and in the world is second to none. I’m just thankful it has been 10 years, and hopefully many more.”

Nick Watney finished in second place at -14 under par, his last round of -7 under par 64 being the best round of the day.

Poor old Jim Furyk ended up in third place, a final round of even par 71 condemning him to add another 54 hole lead into a defeat, the count is now six times in his career. He finished with a total of -13 under par.

Nick Watney’s  64 and Luke Donald’s 66 helped both men to play their way into the Tour Championship, thus eliminating Lee Westwood and Harris English.

The Top 30 for The Tour Championship:

1 2 Tiger Woods 315 4352 4037
2 1 Henrik Stenson 178 4229 4051
3 3 Adam Scott 205 4122 3917
4 23  27 Zach Johnson 2500 3843 1343
5 4 Matt Kuchar 228 3330 3103
6 8 Steve Stricker 563 3180 2617
7 5 Graham DeLaet 205 3011 2806
8 6 Phil Mickelson 178 2939 2762
9 7 Justin Rose 178 2842 2664
10 9 Brandt Snedeker 400 2726 2326
11 15 Jim Furyk 1000 2718 1718
12 22  34 Nick Watney 1500 2693 1193
13 10 Jordan Spieth 273 2519 2246
14 12 Jason Day 563 2347 1785
15 18 Hunter Mahan 563 2164 1601
16 11 Keegan Bradley 273 2138 1866
17 14 Gary Woodland 255 2026 1771
18 17 Bill Haas 205 1923 1718
19 16 Kevin Streelman 178 1895 1718
20 13 Jason Dufner 80 1861 1781
21 20 Webb Simpson 228 1758 1531
22 22 Billy Horschel 255 1746 1491
23 29 Charl Schwartzel 400 1719 1319
24 25 Roberto Castro 280 1678 1398
25 24 Sergio Garcia 255 1664 1409
26 19 Boo Weekley 80 1640 1560
27 26 Brendon de Jonge 255 1634 1379
28 21 D.A. Points 68 1564 1496
29 25  54 Luke Donald 563 1555 992
30 23 Dustin Johnson 40 1468 1428

There is no Bubba Watson, Lee Westwood, Rory McIlroy, or Ian Poulter.

BMW Championship. 4th Round Play Suspended.

Fourth round play at the BMW Championship at Conway Farms Golf Course has been suspendedJim Furyk and his playing competitor Steve Stricker were among the 11 twosomes that had not yet started their final rounds.

See you on Monday

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Jim spent Saturday night sleeping nervously on his one-stroke 54-hole lead at the BMW Championship, and he will have to do the same thing again Sunday night, as he never even got started on Sunday. Non stop rain had engulfed Conway Farms Golf Course on Sunday, which resulted in their being two lengthy delays to play. This ultimately forced a halt to the tournament with a suspension of play for the day. and a return to the golf course Monday morning for the conclusion of the BMW Championship.

Jim admitted he was anxious to get out there and play, if the weather permitted;

“Obviously I’m anxious to get out there and play, as is everyone else. But the good news is no one wants to go out and play in this, and slop it around in bad weather on a golf course where we’re playing the ball down and it’s probably a little too wet out there. At this point after sitting around all day, it’s probably a positive because it was looking like if I did get out on the golf course, it would have only been for a hole or two, and it’s tough to get real excited about that. Hopefully the course will dry up nicely, it’s going to be a different golf course tomorrow. It was real firm and fast all week. I expect that won’t be the case tomorrow with all the rain we got today.”

Slugger White, the PGA TOUR’s Vice President for Rules and Operations said;

“We’ve got maybe some scattered lake showers in the morning, but for the most part, we feel pretty good that we might see some sunshine tomorrow, it’s going to be better as the day goes on. Mother Nature just won’t give us a break here as far as shutting this faucet off,”

The final round is set to resume at 9 a.m. ET Monday morning, with Jim and Steve, his closest pursuer, scheduled to tee off in the last group of the day at approximately 10:40 a.m. ET. The forecast is favorable, so there should be no further delays.

Steve was thankful that he did not have to go out in the wet conditions;

“I think we got the better end of the deal by not even playing in it. It looked like it was pretty tough conditions for everybody, and cold weather and rain. I didn’t have to really go out and get started in it and come back in, all that stuff. So that was good, I guess, in that respect.”

Third placed Brandt Snedeker was disappointed;

” It was disappointing because you want to get out there and it’s the Playoffs and you’ve got one more tournament to go. You want to get out there and finish it on time. But I’ll be excited to play tomorrow.”

Zach Johnson in fourth place said he will need to adjust to the course conditions;

“I’m going to have to get a feel for the course early on and see exactly what kind of a plan I can have. There’s only so much you can do, maybe a little bit more aggressive, but yet you’ve still got to pay attention to how the golf course is playing. This course can bite you if you get too aggressive. It’s just one of those things you’ve got to roll with it and hopefully get the speed of the greens down early.”

It will be interesting to see who will make it into the top thirty at  the end of the day.

The BMW Championship. Jim Stays In front.

Jim Furyk followed his record breaking 59 with a more modest 69, but still stays in front at the BMW Championship at Conway Farms Golf Course.

Another fine day

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Jim had a third round -2 under par 69 which gave him a tournament total of -13 under par, just one shot ahead of Steve Stricker. Jim was reasonably happy with today’s result, but said it could have been better;

“The goal was to go out and shoot a good number today, get myself in position to win this golf tournament. It could have been better out there. Obviously, I dropped that shot at 18, which I’m disappointed. It was probably one of the easier holes of the day. But I’ve got myself in good position, so rather than harp on the last hole, I’d probably tend to want to think about tomorrow and what I have to do to try to win a golf tournament.”

Steve Stricker is just one shot back at -12 under par, after his third round -7 under par 64 moved him into contention for the final round. Steve admitted he had a number in his head that he wanted to shoot today, he didn’t quite make it, but was happy all the same. The key shot for Steve was his sand wedge from 99 yards at the par 4 15th hole, he slam-dunked the shot for an eagle two. Steve also thinks the weather will a big part tomorrow, forecast is 90% chance of rain;

“I had a number in mind to start the day, which I typically don’t do, came up a little short, but all in all it was a good day. I’ve holed out a few wedges over my career, but I don’t know if any of them slam-dunked in that like. It’s a shock to see something like that go in.The weather is going to be an issue,

Third place belongs to Brandt Snedeker, a third round of even par kept him in contention, at -11  under par. Brandt was really disappointed with his effort today;

“Today was a struggle, hit it really poorly all day.”

Zach Johnson had a -2 under par 69, he is also within sight of the leaders, at -10 under par.

Next in line at -9 under par is Tiger Woods, Tiger had been penalized two shots for accidentally moving his ball in the rough when clearing away some debris. He did not agree with the decision;

“After seeing the video I thought the ball just oscillated, I thought that was the end of story. But they saw otherwise. We had a very good discussion, they replayed it again and again and again, and I felt the same way. It’s hard when situations like that happen, I had to fight, and I fought my tail off today, and I’m very proud of that, and I got myself back in the tournament. You know, there were a lot of thoughts going on Friday night, but the sun comes up in the east, and we start a new day. I had a nice little run to at least get myself in there where I have a chance tomorrow,

BMW Championship. Furyk Catches Snedeker With a 59.

Jim Furyk catches Brandt Snedeker at the top of the leaderboard after scoring a record breaking -12 under par 59 in the second round of the BMW Championship at Conway Farms Golf Club in Illinois.

The writing's on the ball

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Jim shot a record breaking -12 under par 59 to catch Brandt Snedeker at the top of the leaderboard at the half-way stage of the BMW Championship. Play in the second round had been backed up late in the BMW Championship, forcing the trio of Jim Furyk, Gary Woodland and Jason Dufner to cool their heels and wait a while. At the time Jim was just two shots away from a record breaking 59, it was not good timing. Jim said of the delay;

” We hadn’t waited all day, it kind of broke up the rhythm. The nerves kicked in a little bit. I’m not a smell-the-roses type of guy, but how many times am I going to shoot 59 in my life? I’m going to enjoy this one a little bit, and I’ll have a big, fat smile on my face when I go to bed. But I’ll have to calm down later and realize that I’ve got myself in contention in a golf tournament.”

Jim needed  to play his last nine holes in 4 under to shoot -12 under par 59 , caddie Fluff Cowan knew it was possible;

“I thought to myself, ‘there’s something happening here.”

This was just an amazing day, not just for Jim, but for golf. It just goes to prove that anything is possible.

Brandt Snedeker could not believe it, this was his response when told of the score;

“What the heck, are you serious? There’s no way.”

Zach Johnson summed it up;

” That is ridiculous”

At the end of the round Jim and Brandt are tied at the top with -11 under par. Zach Johnson is in third place at -8 under par, and a whole host of players at -6 under par. Tiger Woods slipped back with a second round of +1 over par 72, missing some very short putts along the way. There are some big names in the lower half of the leaderboard, but none bigger that Rory McIlroy, who is dead last at the moment. It seems that there is nothing Rory can do to right the ship at the moment.

Congratulations to Jim Furyk, I hope this record round will not unhinged his victory charge, I am sure Brandt will not just lie down and roll over.

The Barclays. Gary and Kooch Tied At The Top

Matt Kuchar and Gary Woodland are tied at the top of The Barclays leaderboard at the conclusion of the third round at Liberty National Golf Course.

Promising Sunday

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Gary said he had played beautifully for his -3 under par round of 68 sharing the -12 under par score with Matt;

“I’ve really let my game take over, I’m playing beautifully.”

Matt was impressed with Kevin Chappell shooting a -9 under par 62;

” Darned good golf, no matter how tough the conditions are, somebody finds a way to play good golf.”

Kevin had nine birdies and no bogey’s in his record breaking 62 third round, which gave him  third place on his own at – 11 under par. He said he did not think such a score was possible on the day because of the high winds;

” In the wind, if you would have told me someone was going to shoot 62 today, I would probably have laughed at you,”

Tiger Woods, a wounded soldier with a bad back,  for which he has received treatment for after every round this week, is four shots off the lead, at -8 under par. As they say, beware the wounded animal, Tiger is still thinking of winning;

” It starts off great every day, and then it progressively deteriorates as the day goes on, Hopefully Sunday it will be one of those days again and fight through it and see if I can win a tournament.”

Rickie Fowler, Justin Rose, Jim Furyk, Bubba Watson and Jordan Spieth are all within five strokes of the leaders, all at -7 under par for the tournament.

Rickie thinks the conditions will be tough tomorrow, for the final round;

” It’s definitely starting to play tougher out there. The back nine, there was a few spike marks and the greens were starting to get a little crusty. With the breeze drying them out, it could play pretty tough Sunday afternoon.”

Looks like everything is set up nicely for a real competitive joust, it will be a great days golf tomorrow.

Wyndham Championship, Two Tied At The Top.

Chris Stroud and Ross Fisher are the two players tied at the top of the leaderboard at the Wyndham Championship at Sedgefield Country Club.

Two tied at Sedgefield

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Chris and Ross both had rounds of -6 under par 64 on the par 70 Sedgefield Country Club course. Chris was surprised that he had not played well here in previous years;

” I’ve even told people I love this golf course, I have no idea why I don’t play well here. I’m playing too well to go home and just sit and get rusty, I said I want to get sharp for The Barclays. Let’s go to Greensboro, low expectations since I haven’t played that great here.”

Ross was told he had nothing to lose today, just go out there and go for it, meaning qualify for the FedEx Cup;

” My manager said, You’ve got nothing to lose. Just go out there all guns blazing and see what happens. I know what I’ve got to do, and I’ve just got to go enjoy it, and if it’s meant to be, it’ll happen. I don’t want it to end here.”

The defending Champion, Sergio Garcia, who claimed a two-stroke victory here last year, had a bogey free round of -5 under par 65. He shares third place with Matt Jones, Robert Garrigus, Jordan Spieth, Trevor Immelman, Morgan Hoffmann, Patrick Reed and Andrew Svoboda.

Sergio was happy with his round today but was aware it was only the first round;

“It was a great round today, but it’s only Thursday,” 

Robert was impressed with the speed of the greens;

” It’s unbelievable, the difference from where they used to be, it’s very refreshing.”

 Padraig Harrington shot a +3 over par 73 to put his FedExCup Playoffs fate in great jeopardy. Matt Jones, who has had the experience before sympathizes with Padraig’s position;

“I’ve definitely been there before, I know what they’re going through. It’s not a comfortable feeling.”

Tomorrow will be an interesting day, in a tightly packed field lets see who makes the cut.

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