Bet World Golf Championships Dell Match Play odds at Austin Country Club Field Lines
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March 23 - 27, 2016
Austin Country Club
Format: Match play – 18 holes
Length: 7,791 yards
Field: 64 players
Prize fund: $9,500,000
The 2016 Dell Match Play, formely Accenture Match Play Championship, will take place on March 23 to 27, 2016, at Austin Country Club, in Austin Texas. The WGC-Dell Match Play Championship will feature the top 64 players in the world in a knock-out format in March and we have all the latest betting news on the tournament.
The WGC-Accenture Match Play was played at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club since 2009 until 2015. For the 2016 PGA Season had a venue as well as a name change.
Bet on the best golfers in the world as they go head-to-head in single-elimination match play competition for a top prize of $1 million and the coveted Walter Hagen Cup, named after one of the game’s greatest match-play players.
The WGC Accenture Match Play Championship is part of the World Golf Championships series of tournaments and the title sponsor of the series' season-opening event, the Accenture Match Play Championship. This event is played at match play, rather than stroke play, and begins with a field of 64 golfers. The golfers face off in single-elimination, 18-hole, match-play matches, until two remain for the 36-hole championship match.
Unlike stroke play, which tallies the number of strokes from all 18 holes to determine the winner, match play is a hole-by-hole format from the very first hole, providing a player with the ultimate test of his game. The player winning the most holes wins the match.
Dove Mountain Golf Club: Tortolita Mountains just north of Tucson, the Ritz Carlton Dove Mountain Golf Club became the host to the Match Play Tournament as of 2009-2015. Designed by Jack Nicklaus, The Ritz Carlton Dove Mountain features 27 holes of golf and a 50,000 square foot clubhouse.
The World Golf Championships, or WGC, is a series of high-profile tournaments with international fields, considered the most important tournaments outside of the four majors and the Players Championship.
World Golf Championships Tournaments
Accenture Match Play Championship: Originally played at La Costa Resort in Carlsbad, Calif., this tournament has moved to The Gallery Golf Club at Dove Mountain in Tucson, Ariz and eventually to Austin Texas. A field of 64 plays at match play until the winner is crowned in a 36-hole championship match. More about the WGC Accenture Match Play Championship
CA Championship: Originally known as the American Express Championship and played at a different course each year, in 2007 the tournament was rebranded as the CA Championship and is played yearly at Doral Golf Resort in Florida. More about the WGC CA Championship
Bridgestone Invitational: Originally known as the NEC Invitational, the Bridgestone Invitational is played at Firestone Country Club in Ohio. More about the WGC Bridgestone Invitational
HSBC Champions: Beginning in 2012, the HSBC Champions joins the WGC roster. The HSBC Champions is played in China and debuted in 2005 as an event on the Asian and European tours.
WGC Accenture Match Play Championship Results
Past winners of the WGC Accenture Match Play Championship include Jeff Maggert, Darren Clarke, Steve Stricker, Kevin Sutherland, David Toms, Geoff Ogilvy and Tiger Woods.
It had been five years since Luke Donald last won a PGA Tour event. When he closed out Martin Kaymer on the 16th hole, the 33-year-old Englishman had won his first World Golf Championship with an awesome performance. He played 89 holes in six matches, the fewest ever in the 13-year history of this event, and became the first player to never trail after any hole in any match. Donald led his opponent after 81 of those 89 holes. He made 32 birdies, which is slightly better than one every three holes. He became the first player to win any tournament without ever having to play the 18th hole. Donald's longest match was in the second round when he beat Edoardo Molinari on the 17th hole.
The 2009 tournament was dramatic, a battle between golfers Paul Casey and Geoff Ogilvy. The close match ended with Australian Geoff Ogilvy winning the 2009 championship.
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