Snead draw the stingiest of the four

Originally Published: February 23, 2004
By Andy North | Special to ESPN.com

CARLSBAD, Calif. -- The Accenture Match Play Championship is one of the toughest events to handicap, because anything can happen in an 18-hole match.

You can go out and shoot a 65, but if the guy you're facing fires a 64, you're going home. To prove the point, take a look at Tiger Woods' last two finishes here. Last year, he became the first player ranked in the top 10 to win it, but in 2002 he was eliminated in the first round by Peter O'Malley. You just never know what's going to happen. ...

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