Dustin Johnson won the Dell Technologies Match Play with more drama than he needed to cap off an otherwise dominant week that made him the first player to sweep the four World Golf Championships. The scorecard will show Johnson never trailed in any of his seven matches over 112 holes, ending with a 1-up victory over Jon Rahm for his third straight victory that left no doubt who was No. 1 in the world. The look of concern, especially as Rahm made a bold charge in the final hour Sunday, spoke to a long day.
Are you ready for the onslaught of PGA Tour player scripting in the lead up to the 2017 Masters? Rickie Fowler and Jordan Spieth are up first. There were no surprises from Spieth who will rock his usual green and blue ensemble. Fowler, on the other hand, will wear camo in Round 1 and apparently have a camo green bag throughout. I thought the camo was normally reserved for Boo Weekley. Puma is calling this camo its “Flagstick Camo Collection.” It’s unique, I’ll give it that. Here is a look at Spieth’s more traditional attire.
AUSTIN, Texas – Hideto Tanihara made the fourth hole-in-one in WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play history, but it wasn’t enough to push him past Bill Haas in Sunday’s consolation match. Tanihara hit 8-iron from 207 yards that landed on the front of the green and raced into the hole. “The crowd, they went wild, and when everybody is happy, you tend to get happy, too,” Tanihara said. “It was a great feeling. You can't really always make a hole in one. You try but you usually miss. But sometimes you just get lucky and it went in.” The hole-in-one moved Tanihara ahead of Haas, 1 up, and he extended his lead at the ninth hole, but the American rallied with a birdie at No. 11 and took the lead at the