Former Arizona Wildcats star Jim Furyk hits his tee shot on No. 12 during the second round. Furyk ended up losing to Bubba Watson after 22 holes.
Justin Rose, reacting to a chip on No. 13, was eliminated by Nicolas Colsaerts 4 and 2.
Bubba Watson had a chance to win on No. 18, but missed a 6-foot putt. "You get mad at yourself at how easy that putt was," he said. Watson finished the job on the fourth extra hole, eliminating ex-UA standout Jim Furyk.
If Bubba Watson counted correctly, he had exactly five people cheering for him against former Arizona Wildcats star Jim Furyk in the second round of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship.
Charles Howell III rips a shot from the fairway to the 13th green during his match against Fernando Gonzalo-Castaño, who won 6 and 5.
Jim Furyk hits his second shot on the 22nd hole of his match with Bubba Wilson, who knocked Furyk out of the tournament at the same hole.
Nick Watney shoots out of a bunker on the 20th hole of his match with Steve Stricker. Watney's bogey on the next hole gave Stricker the win.
Third overall seed Luke Donald tracks a short shot to the green on Hole 11 during his 7 and 6 loss to Scott Piercy.
The WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship will move to another city or another country or maybe to Pluto because it snowed here Wednesday.
In his first time at Lytham in 11 years, Tiger Woods enjoyed nice practice conditions Tuesday. But rain is forecast for today and Thursday morning.
LYTHAM ST. ANNES, England - The most valuable slip of paper found at any British Open is not a list of the odds. It's the forecast.
Andy Zhang was the second alternate for the U.S. Open and will get to play after two players withdrew with injuries.
SAN FRANCISCO - Andy Zhang walked over to the driving range as just another teenager wanting an autograph from his favorite players. Instead, he had the gallery at The Olympic Club asking for his signature.
Don Lara made the drive from El Paso to check out the world's
best 64 golfers, including rising star Rickie Fowler (pictured at
left) and former Match Play champion Geoff Ogilvy behind him on the
The WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship will return to
Southern Arizona next year and will likely stay at least until its
current contract expires in 2014, PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem
Luke Donald spent the first 10 years of his professional golf
life looking for a career-defining win.