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Setting the pools for WGC-Cadillac Match Play

Monday, April 27, 2015 12:39:00 PM

The WGC-Cadillac Match Play has a new format, with round-robin play over the first three days at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco, Calif. The field of 64 is split into 16 groups of four players, with one winner from each pool advancing to one-and-done match play over the weekend. The groups are being set Monday via a live selection show on Golf Channel. Here's how things are playing out (All times ET):


12:35PM: In Group 12, it'll be a deep-ball contest between two guys who have already won on Tour this year: J.B. Holmes and Brooks Koepka. Russell Henley and Marc Warren round it out.


12:33PM: A face off between two U.S. Open champions highlights Group 5. It'll be Jim Furyk vs. Martin Kaymer, with Thongchai Jaidee and George Coetzee.


12:31PM: Rickie Fowler draws a match-play nightmare in Graeme McDowell. McDowell is 3-1 in Ryder Cup singles, 9-8 in the WGC, and, like Casey, a former Volvo World Match Play champion. They're joined Shane Lowry and Harris English.


12:28PM: Group 4 features a rematch of the 2012 Masters playoff between Bubba Watson and Louis Oosthuizen. Those two are joined by match-play enthuiast Keegan Bradley and the Dos Equis guy: Miguel Angel Jimenez.


12:22PM: Across from Group 8, Group 9 pools Adam Scott, Chris Kirk, Paul Casey and Francesco Molinari. Casey is a three-time Ryder Cupper who has twice made, and lost, the Match Play final (2009, 2010). Also won the European Tour's World Match Play Championship in 2006.


12:20PM: Dustin Johnson will be joined in Group 8 by Victor Dubuisson, Charl Schwartzel and Matt Jones. Dubuisson lost to Jason Day in the final last year. Schwartzel took down DJ at the Presidents Cup in 2011.


12:18PM: The winner of Group 1 will play the winner of Group 16, consisting of Hideki Matsuyama, Kevin Na, Joost Luiten, and Alexander Levy.


12:15PM: And we're off. Group 1: Rory McIlroy, Billy Horschel, Brandt Snedeker, and Jason Dufner. That's two major champions, and two FedEx Cup champions. McIlroy and Horschel actually squared off twice in match play at the 2007 Walker Cup. Split the matches.


12:05PM: Talk of a "Group of Death" ensues. Can we get this guy to the studio, ASAP?


Noon: The selection show is underway with ping-pong balls rattling around plastic bowls to determine who is going where, meaning the New York Knicks will get the No. 1 pick. Ewing vs. Rory?


11:35AM: Here is a look at the overall field. The top 16 players will comprise the No. 1 seeds in each group, with one player from the other three groups joining them:

Top 16
1. Rory McIlroy
2. Jordan Spieth
3. Henrik Stenson
4. Bubba Watson
5. Jim Furyk
6. Justin Rose
7. Jason Day
8. Dustin Johnson
9. Adam Scott
10. Sergio Garcia
11. Jimmy Walker
12. J.B. Holmes
13. Rickie Fowler
14. Matt Kuchar
15. Patrick Reed
16. Hideki Matsuyama
Group 17-32
17. Martin Kaymer
18. Billy Horschel
19. Brooks Koepka
20. Kevin Na
21. Victor Dubuisson
22. Ryan Palmer
23. Bill Haas
24. Zach Johnson
25. Chris Kirk
26. Lee Westwood
27. Ian Poulter
28. Ryan Moore
29. Louis Oosthuizen
30. Jamie Donaldson
31. Hunter Mahan
32. Graeme McDowell
Group 33-48
33. Keegan Bradley
34. Anirban Lahiri
35. Brandt Snedeker
36. Paul Casey
37. Charl Schwartzel
38. Branden Grace
39. Bernd Wiesberger
40. Matt Every
41. Stephen Gallacher
42. Brendon Todd
43. Joost Luiten
44. Thongchai Jaidee
45. Russell Henley
46. Webb Simpson
47. Shane Lowry
48. Danny Willett
Group 49-64
49. Charley Hoffman
50. Gary Woodland
51. Marc Warren
52. Alexander Levy
53. Jason Dufner
54. Tommy Fleetwood
55. Harris English
56. Marc Leishman
57. Andy Sullivan
58. Matt Jones
59. George Coetzee
60. John Senden
61. Ben Martin
62. Mikko Ilonen
63. Miguel A. Jimenez
64. Francesco Molinari

 

 

Zurich win moves Rose to No. 6 in the world

Monday, April 27, 2015 10:05:00 AM

With his fourth worldwide victory in the last two years, Justin Rose is up to No. 6 in the Official World Golf Ranking.

On a marathon day at TPC Louisiana, Rose channeled Steph Curry, played 30 holes in 10 under, and went on to claim his seventh career PGA Tour victory.

The win hopped him over Jason Day (T-4 at Zurich), Dustin Johnson, and Adam Scott, who fell to seventh, eighth and ninth, respectively.

On the other side of the world, Lee Westwood claimed his third Indonesian Masters, moving up from No. 33 to 27, and Japan's Wu Ashun took home his first European Tour victory at the Volvo China Open, leaping from 247th to 126th.

And in the weekly Tiger Woods watch, the former world No. 1 slipped to 116th after another inactive week. Woods will return to competition at The Players Championship, but for now he's sandwiched between Carlos Ortiz and Scott Stallings.

Here is your OWGR top 10 for the week of April 26: 1. Rory McIlroy, 2. Jordan Spieth, 3. Henrik Stenson, 4. Bubba Watson, 5. Jim Furyk, 6. Rose, 7. Day, 8. Johnson, 9. Scott, 10. Sergio Garcia.

Third-place finish confidence booster for Henderson

Monday, April 27, 2015 12:36:00 AM

DALY CITY, Calif. – Brooke Henderson didn’t take home the Swinging Skirts Classic trophy Sunday, or the LPGA membership she hoped for, but she took home some nice consolation prizes.

The 17-year-old Canadian took home the biggest check ($132,721) of her fledgling pro career by finishing solo third at Lake Merced Golf Club.

She also took home confidence gained contending for an LPGA title.

“I learned a lot from today,” Henderson said. “Just the whole atmosphere of being in the final group on Sunday was amazing. I didn't play my best, but it was fun just to be there and be in contention.”

Henderson took a one-shot lead into the final round, lost it, but then found herself with a 27-foot birdie chance to get into a playoff at the end of regulation. She left disappointed but excited about her game.

“A third-place finish is definitely a confidence booster moving forward,” she said.

Henderson said she was going to fly to Dallas to try to Monday-qualify for this week’s Volunteers of America North Texas Shootout. She turned pro last December after finishing runner-up at the U.S. Women’s Amateur and tying for 10th as low amateur at the U.S. Women’s Open. She is trying to win LPGA membership without going to Q-School in the fall.

Henderson can play six LPGA events on sponsor exemptions this year, plus the U.S. Women’s Open and Ricoh Women’s British Open. She played the Swinging Skirts on a sponsor exemption, her first sponsor’s invite of the year. She also has exemptions lined up for the Shoprite Classic and the Manulife LPGA Classic in Canada and seems a good bet to fill her allowance of invites now.

If Henderson wins an LPGA event as a non-member, she can claim membership for the rest of this year and through next year. However, before doing so, she would have to gain a waiver of the LPGA’s rule requiring members be 18 years old. Henderson turns 18 on Sept. 10.

“Brooke is a grinder,” said Morgan Pressel, who played alongside Henderson. “She reminds me a lot of me when I was that age.  I knew that she was going to stay tough.”