Bet World Golf Championships - Match Play odds at Austin Country Club

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WGC-Dell Match Play
Wed 28 Feb to Sun 4 Mar 2018
Course: Austin Country Club
Austin, Texas; (2016–present)
Length: 7,108 yards (6,500 m)
Prize fund: $9,750,000
Par: 71

The World Golf Championships showcase some of golf's greatest tournaments on tour, including the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play, formely Accenture Match Play Championship, CA Championship and the Bridgestone Invitational.

The WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play (Accenture Match Play Championship) used to take place on February at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Dove Mountain in Marana, Arizona until 2014. Then in 2015 it was moved to the first weekend in May. The WGC Match Play also changed Golf Venue in 2016 to Austin Texas.

The WGC Match Play will feature the top 64 players in the world in a knock-out format and we have all the latest betting news on the tournament. 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 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. Designed by Jack Nicklaus, The Ritz Carlton Dove Mountain features 27 holes of golf and a 50,000 square foot clubhouse.

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.

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. A field of 64 plays at match play until the winner is crowned in a 36-hole championship match.

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.

2017 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play Winner: Dustin Johnson

2016 Match Play Winner: Jason Day

2015 Accenture Match Play Winner: Rory McIlroy

2014 WGC Accenture Match Play Winner

Jason Day broke through at Ritz-Carlton Golf Club to get his second win with WGC-Accenture Match Play 2014.

2013 WGC Accenture Match Play Winner

Matt Kuchar is the winner of the 2013 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship, after six hard-fought rounds, defeating Hunter Mahan 2 and 1 to take the championship at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Dove Mountain in Marana, Arizona.

2012 WGC Accenture Match Play Winner

Hunter Mahan wins 2012 WGC Accenture Match Play Championship. Championship match: Hunter Mahan def. Rory McIlroy, 2 and 1. Third-place match: Mark Wilson def. Lee Westwood, 1 up. Morning semifinals: Mahan def. Wilson, 2 and 1; McIlroy def. Westwood, 3 and 1.

2011 WGC Accenture Match Play Results

Luke Donald wins 2011 World Match Play Championship. Donald was basking in sunshine on the 16th hole, where he closed out Martin Kaymer 3 and 2 to earn his first PGA Tour title since the 2006 Honda Classic. The win moves Donald from No. 9 to No. 3 in the official world golf rankings. He never trailed in any of the six matches. He was so good he never played the 18th hole. And he made 33 birdies on the 89 holes he needed to win six matches. That’s the fewest holes played by the winner in the history of the tournament.

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