World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship

  • February 19 - 23, 2014
  • The Golf Club at Dove Mountain - Marana, AZ
  • Par 72
    Yards 7,791
  • Purse $9,000,000

Sunday, February 23

Championship Match
Jason Day (2) def. Victor Dubuisson (7), 23 holes
Third Place Match
Rickie Fowler (14) def. Ernie Els (8), 19 holes
Semifinals
Jason Day (2) def. Rickie Fowler (14), 3 and 2
Victor Dubuisson (7) def. Ernie Els (8), 1 up

Saturday, February 22

Fourth Round
Bobby Jones Bracket
Jason Day (2) def. Louis Oosthuizen (8), 2 and 1
Ben Hogan Bracket
Rickie Fowler (14) def. Jim Furyk (5), 1 up
Gary Player Bracket
Ernie Els (8) def. Jordan Spieth (3), 4 and 2
Sam Snead Bracket
Victor Dubuisson (7) def. Graeme McDowell (4), 1 up

Friday, February 21

Third Round
Bobby Jones Bracket
Louis Oosthuizen (8) def. Webb Simpson (5), 5 and 4 Jason Day (2) def. George Coetzee (14), 3 and 1
Ben Hogan Bracket
Jim Furyk (5) def. Harris English (9), 1 up Rickie Fowler (14) def. Sergio Garcia (2), 1 up
Gary Player Bracket
Ernie Els (8) def. Jason Dufner (4), 1 up Jordan Spieth (3) def. Matt Kuchar (2), 2 and 1
Sam Snead Bracket
Graeme McDowell (4) def. Hunter Mahan (8), 21 holes Victor Dubuisson (7) def. Bubba Watson (3), 1 up

Thursday, February 20

Second Round
Bobby Jones Bracket
Louis Oosthuizen (8) def. Henrik Stenson (1), 4 and 3 Jason Day (2) def. Billy Horschel (10), 22 holes Webb Simpson (5) def. Brandt Snedeker (4), 4 and 3 George Coetzee (14) def. Patrick Reed (11), 21 holes
Ben Hogan Bracket
Harris English (9) def. Rory McIlroy (1), 19 holes Sergio Garcia (2) def. Bill Haas (7), 3 and 1 Jim Furyk (5) def. Charl Schwartzel (4), 3 and 2 Rickie Fowler (14) def. Jimmy Walker (6), 1 up
Gary Player Bracket
Ernie Els (8) def. Justin Rose (1), 20 holes Matt Kuchar (2) def. Ryan Moore (7), 1 up Jordan Spieth (3) def. Thomas Bjorn (6), 5 and 4 Jason Dufner (4) def. Matteo Manassero (12), 2 and 1
Sam Snead Bracket
Bubba Watson (3) def. Jonas Blixt (11), 2 up Graeme McDowell (4) def. Hideki Matsuyama (5), 1 up Victor Dubuisson (7) def. Peter Hanson (15), 3 and 1 Hunter Mahan (8) def. Richard Sterne (16), 2 up

Wednesday, February 19

First Round
Bobby Jones Bracket
Henrik Stenson (1) def. Kiradech Aphibanrat (16), 2 and 1 Jason Day (2) def. Thorbjorn Olesen (15), 2 up George Coetzee (14) def. Steve Stricker (3), 3 and 1 Brandt Snedeker (4) def. David Lynn (13), 20 holes Webb Simpson (5) def. Thongchai Jaidee (12), 3 and 2 Patrick Reed (11) def. Graham DeLaet (6), 1 up Billy Horschel (10) def. Jamie Donaldson (7), 6 and 5 Louis Oosthuizen (8) def. Nick Watney (9), 1 up
Ben Hogan Bracket
Rory McIlroy (1) def. Boo Weekley (16), 3 and 2 Sergio Garcia (2) def. Marc Leishman (15), 22 holes Rickie Fowler (14) def. Ian Poulter (3), 2 and 1 Charl Schwartzel (4) def. Kevin Stadler (13), 3 and 2 Jim Furyk (5) def. Chris Kirk (12), 2 and 1 Jimmy Walker (6) def. Branden Grace (11), 5 and 4 Bill Haas (7) def. Miguel Angel Jimenez (10), 4 and 3 Harris English (9) def. Lee Westwood (8), 5 and 3
Gary Player Bracket
Justin Rose (1) def. Scott Piercy (16), 1 up Matt Kuchar (2) def. Bernd Wiesberger (15), 3 and 2 Jordan Spieth (3) def. Pablo Larrazabal (14), 2 up Jason Dufner (4) def. Scott Stallings (13), 19 holes Matteo Manassero (12) def. Luke Donald (5), 5 and 4 Thomas Bjorn (6) def. Francesco Molinari (11), 2 and 1 Ryan Moore (7) def. Joost Luiten (10), 1 up Ernie Els (8) def. Stephen Gallacher (9), 19 holes
Sam Snead Bracket
Richard Sterne (16) def. Zach Johnson (1), 5 and 4 Peter Hanson (15) def. Dustin Johnson (2), 4 and 3 Bubba Watson (3) def. Mikko Ilonen (14), 2 and 1 Graeme McDowell (4) def. Gary Woodland (13), 19 holes Hideki Matsuyama (5) def. Martin Kaymer (12), 2 and 1 Jonas Blixt (11) def. Keegan Bradley (6), 2 and 1 Victor Dubuisson (7) def. Kevin Streelman (10), 5 and 4 Hunter Mahan (8) def. Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano (9), 3 and 2

Now

Darren Rovell @darrenrovell

In 1972, a Scottish taxi driver promised to name his son after the winner of The Open Championship. Days later Lee Trevino Everest was born.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

It's after 7 p.m., there's only one group left on the course, and Rory McIlroy is still trying to figure things out on the practice green.

Kevin Maguire Golf 

After struggling with 35 putts en route to a 4-over-par 74 in Round 1 of the PGA Championship, Rory McIlroy returned to the putting green at Baltusrol and as of 6:30 p.m. ET, he was still working on that portion of his game.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Playing together at the final major of 2016, this year's major winners finish: Henrik Stenson (The Open) -3, Danny Willett (The Masters) +1, and Dustin Johnson (U.S. Open) +7

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

In Dustin Johnson's last seven starts, he had a scoring average of 68.68 with no score worse than 73. He shot 77 today with just one birdie.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Why do I love golf? Dustin Johnson on the 18th hole hit it in the water and then off a tree yet STILL had a chance to make a par. You love the rollercoaster even if you throw up at the end!

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Exactly where Rory McIlroy needs to be after his 35 putt +4 day at Baltusrol.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

On the 18th hole, Henrik Stenson's 3 wood just carried 291 yards in the air, maybe we should try bowling instead of golf. Dustin Johnson just took a driving iron and flew it 296 yards... into the water. Let's keep playing golf, it is after all, drive for show!

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Not even the longest hitters can get home on the 636 yard par five 17th hole right? Well Dustin Johnson didn't hit the green but he was pin high in the bunker right. Won't mean anything if he doesn't make the birdie putt from 13'6" though... And it doesn't mean anything. DJ stays at +6.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Jordan Spieth gave himself a makable eagle chance on the 18th hole and left it a foot and a half short! That would have finished him in red numbers instead he makes birdie and finishes at Even. One double bogey on the front, two birdies on the back.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

From the 18th tee it's 379 yards to the end of the fairway... Bubba Watson just hit it thru the fairway!!

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

In the conditions he played in, Martin Kaymer's 66 (-4) is definitely the round of the day even though he finishes round 1 in 2nd place.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

The last two holes at Baltusrol (17 and 18) are par fives. They're playing the easiest on the course but they are very different holes. 17 is playing 636 yards and has zero eagles playing just barely under par 4.92. The 18th is playing 548 yards, has 5 eagles (so far), and more than double (63) the birdies than the 17th (31). Stroke average is 4.57.