The PGA Tour is heading to Texas for what will sadly be the final World Golf Championships-Dell Match-Play.
This is the only event on the calendar that features match-play as the format.
Austin Country Club is playing the host to the event and welcomes 64 of the best players in the world.
|(14) Tyrrell Hatton||0-1-0|
|(62) Ben Griffin||1-0-0||Wins|
|(31) Russell Henley||0-1-0||Wins|
|(46) Lucas Herbert||1-0-0|
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Last year was one for the ages.
It featured a final with match-play stud Kevin Kisner falling to who would become the #1 player in the world, Scottie Scheffler, in the final. Scheffler went 2-1 in pool play and had to go to a playoff to beat Matthew Fitzpatrick. Scheffler is no stranger to Austin Country Club, being a graduate of Texas.
Scottie is the #1 overall seed and will have to take on Tom Kim, Alex Noren, and Davis Riley. This tournament also features the return of #2 Jon Rahm gets to face Billy Horschel, Keith Mitchell, and Rickie Fowler. The #3 Seed is Rory Mcilroy. He gets to face Keegan Bradley, Denny McCarthy, and Scott Stallings. The #4 Seeded Patrick Cantlay gets Brian Harman, KH Lee, and Nick Taylor.
Austin Country Club has been the site for the WGC-Dell Match-Play since 2016, and as stated above, this will be the last. The Pete Dye design is a par 71 and plays about 7,100 yards for this event. Accompanying the NCAA tournament the bracket design gives this event a unique feel.
It has some brilliant par 5’s and a few par 4’s that are reachable Betting is tough for this one, as any of your selections could be bounced before the real tournament starts.
Looking at the best odds, Scheffler is 8-1 to win this event, and as the defending champion and coming off a win at the Players Championship, he will be getting a ton of money. Rahm is also 11-1 and was playing amazing golf before having to withdraw a few weeks back.
Getting away from the top of the cards, looking at a guy like Cameron Young at 28-1 is intriguing. He is the defending PGA Tour Rookie of the year and can make birdies in bunches. Another place to look for some serious value is Jason Day at 33-1. He has been playing some awesome golf recently.
His biggest issue would be putting together 5 straight days of playing a bunch of golf. If he is healthy, he could win this whole thing.
Five days of golf 𝙨𝙩𝙖𝙧𝙩𝙨 𝙩𝙤𝙙𝙖𝙮.
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| Title: 2023 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play
| Author: Matt Catton
| Date: Mar 22, 2023