Accenture Match Play 2011

February 21, 2011 by staff 

Accenture Match Play 2011, The Accenture Match Play 2011 tournament as March Madness. In fact, the 2011 Accenture Match Play support is still an area of 64, and does not need to extend it to 68. In addition, disturbances are more frequent in this tournament than they are in the NCAA, as the seeds are generally not high to get to the end. Therefore, while Lee Westwood, Martin Kaymer, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are No. 1 seeds; few expect them to make the Final Four. In fact, the 2011 Accenture Match Play bracket can see them all gone by the weekend.
The 13th edition of the unforeseeable event starts Wednesday at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Marana, Ariz. And the only match-play event of the PGA Tour season, this tournament attracts much attention (at least until that it produces a league match Kevin Sutherland and Mike McCarron, as it did in 2002). It also has one of the largest fields of the year with only the top 64 players in the world ranking of 14 February qualifications. Prohibition and no withdrawals, it will be the first time since the 2009 Doral that all top 50 players tee there in the same event.

Tournament brackets for the Championship WGC-Accenture Match Play have been released by and just watching the matches and possible matches is exciting. How about a pair of day vs. Steve Stricker 17-year Italian Matteo Manassero phenomenon and Padraig Harrington vs. Geoff Ogilvy? What about a potential second round match of Phil Mickelson vs. Rickie Fowler and Dustin Johnson vs. Bubba Watson?
This year, other features and intriguing stories. Can Tiger Woods, the only winner of this event three times, find this intimidating presence and make another sleeping? Is defending champion Ian Poulter back on track after a difficult start to 2011? Or it will be too involved in a battle with Twitter first round opponent Stewart Cink?
Each year, players face off in a practice session to eliminate test their resistance against pressure and the prowess of the course. Despite this, the contenders say that the practice of a two-day session is not enough for the big match-play format.

The 2009 U.S. Open winner Stewart Cink commented on the practice session, “There is more to aim each shot. Every shot feels like a must-do. I have been very successful. I wish I could find same level of intensity when I play in stroke play. ”

On the other hand, the winner of St Andrews, Louis Oosthuizen amazed change in the format of the event. He said, “Match play is always fun. I’m just looking forward to the week.”

Apart from the problems of players, selling tickets for the test session showed much improvement. Match Play Executive Director Wade Dunagan told the press that the ticket sales recorded so far passed the mark of 2010.

Dunagan said that a lot of preparation was put into making the event a success, so bettors top of the world such as Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are part of the Championship.

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