2023 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play

2023 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play | News Article by Scratchcaddy.com

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.


WGC-Dell Match-Play
Round 1Result
(14) Tyrrell Hatton0-1-0
(62) Ben Griffin1-0-0Wins
(31) Russell Henley0-1-0Wins
(46) Lucas Herbert1-0-0

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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 5โ€™s and a few par 4โ€™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.


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| Title: 2023 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play
| Author: Matt Catton
| Date: Mar 22, 2023


March 22, 2023

2023 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play

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 […]