PGA Tour Brunch | Match Play Finals
@PGATourBrunch Coverage of WGC Match Play and Corales
AUSTIN - Scottie Scheffler (2021 runner-up) advanced to the semifinals for the second consecutive year (11th instance of a player doing so) and can ascend to No. 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking for the first time in his career if he wins the tournament.
Scheffler’s opponent, Dustin Johnson advanced to the semifinals for the second time in his career and first since winning the title in 2017.
Kevin Kisner has won 21 matches since making his debut in 2016, the most of any player in that span while Corey Conners is the first Canadian in tournament history to advance to the semifinals. Conners has five consecutive match victories after going 0-3 in his tournament debut in 2021.
Final Four Match Play:
9:05am (ET) - Dustin Johnson vs. Scottie Scheffler
9:20am (ET) - Corey Conners vs.Kevin Kisner
WGC Dell Technologies Match Play
COURSE: Austin Country Club, Austin, Texas
ARCHITECT: Pete Dye
YARDS/PAR: 7,108 yards/Par 71
PRIZE Money/First Place Winnings: $12,000,000/$2,100,000
DEFENDING CHAMPION: Billy Horschel
PAST RESULTS: (link)
PAST CHAMPIONS: (link)
FEDEx CUP Points to Winner: 550
WGC MATCH PLAY TV COVERAGE: Today’s coverage is set for 10:30am to 3:00pm (ET) on Golf Channel and 3:00pm to 7:00pm (ET) on NBC.
WGC PGA TOUR LIVE STREAMING: Sunday, March 27, has no online streaming of Match Play.
WGC PGA TOUR RADIO COVERAGE: Sunday coverage runs from 11:00am to 7:00pm (ET). PGA Tour Radio is available on Sirius 208/XM 92 or online via PGATourCom.
How to Watch/Stream the PGA Tour Live: (ESPNCom)
How to Watch: In case of changes, visit: (PGATourCom)
How to Watch Corales Puntacana: (PGATourCom)
Tournament website: Dell Technologies Match Play Championships
WGC Match Play Tee Times - Dell Tech Match Play Semi-finals Tee Times have Dustin Johnson and Scottie Scheffler heading out at 9:05am (ET) and Corey Conners and Kevin Kisner tee-off at 9:20am (ET).
Weather: Once again, sunny skies expected for today’s semis and final (and third place match). Temps 64 for the 9am tees increasing to 86-degrees in midday. Winds 8-12 mph and no chance of rain.
PGA Tour Brunch will post at 12pm Noon (ET) Monday.
Note: The majority of coverage this weekend will be dedicated to the WGC Dell Technologies Match Play tournament. For up-to-the-minute news on the Corales Puntacana Championship from the DR, click HERE.
WGC Leaderboard: (link)
WGC Bracket: (link)
Corales Puntacana Champ Tee Times: (link)
Corales Puntacana Champ Leaderboard: (link)
Round of 16 Matches
Scottie Scheffler (5) def. Billy Horschel (12), 1-up
Seamus Power (42) def. Tyrrell Hatton (13), 4 and 3
Dustin Johnson (8) def. Richard Bland (54), 3 and 2
Brooks Koepka (16) def. Jon Rahm (1), 19 holes
Kevin Kisner (29) def. Adam Scott (32), 1-up
Will Zalatoris (24) def. Kevin Na (25), 22 holes
Corey Conners (36) def. Takumi Kanaya (56), 5 and 3
Abraham Ancer (15) def. Collin Morikawa (2), 7 and 6
Scottie Scheffler (5) def. Seamus Power (42), 3 and 2
Dustin Johnson (8) def. Brooks Koepka (16), 2-up
Kevin Kisner (29) def. Will Zalatoris (24), 4 and 3
Corey Conners (36) def. Abraham Ancer (15), 2-up
What They’re Saying:
Final Four Chase Glory at WGC (PGATourCom)
Kisner, Scheffler in Semis (ESPN/Associated Press)
Match Recaps from Saturday (PGATourCom)
Prize Money Payout at WGC: (Golf Digest)
Martin Leads By Two at Corales Puntacana (PGATourCom)
On This Day in Golf History:
March 27, 1960- Forty-seven year old Sam Snead won his 79th PGA Tour title at the De Soto Open Invitational at Sarasota, Florida with a one-shot victory over Jerry Barber. For the win, Snead brought home $5,300 and the use of a new car for one year. - Courtesy of Randy Walker, Author of On This Day in Golf History, available via Amazon.com and by clicking HERE
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