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Hunter Mahan smiled often in last year's WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship final match against Rory McIlroy. The American never trailed during his 2 and 1 victory. He was 4-up with eight holes to play.
Hunter Mahan hits his a tee shot on No. 15 during Saturday's Match Play quarterfinals. The defending champion won twice to advance.
Jason Day, far right, shakes hands with Graeme McDowell after winning 1 up during Saturday's quarterfinals. Day will face Matt Kuchar in the semifinals.
Jason Day chips on the 13th green Saturday during his 1 up win over Graeme McDowell. "I've been playing great, and I'm just really, really excited to get into the matches (today)," Day said.
Defending WGC-Accenture Match Play champion Hunter Mahan walked up the 18th fairway Saturday afternoon about 25 yards behind the reigning U.S. Open champion, Webb Simpson.
Hunter Mahan cruised through six matches in five days to win the 2012 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship.
Hunter Mahan, warming up at the Farmers Insurance Open near San Diego, says his 2012 Match Play win meant he could "compete against anybody."
Hunter Mahan greets fans after beating Rory McIlroy for the Match Play title last year. Mahan also won the Shell Houston Open in April to reach No. 4 in the world rankings. He's 27th now.
One of the greatest weeks in Hunter Mahan's professional golf career almost never happened.
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