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Highlights | Dell Match Play | 2017 | Final

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In his Consolation match of the 2017 World Golf Championships – Dell Match Play, Hideto Tanihara fires off a hole in one from 201 yards on the par-3 7th hole.

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The top 64 players in the world battle it out in the second of four World Golf Championships events of 2017. Dell Technologies Match Play is held at the Austin Country Club, in Austin, Texas. The defending champion is Jason Day, who beat Louis Oosthuizen 5 & 4 in the championship match in 2016.

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20 thoughts on “Highlights | Dell Match Play | 2017 | Final

  1. I had given Dustin and Bill Haas both a SIMPLE-SPIN putting aid at the 2015 BMW at Conway Farms.. I truly believe they use it to reinforce their stroke. It uses muscle memory to train the hands to follow the exact path needed to the target. Also helps with alignment and spin..So many LPGA players have them as well. Including the whole 2015 Solheim cup team. We won, but a security man for the lpga came after me and lied about my character to protect reps etc. The world would be on my side had they known what this guy did to me. It's the biggest scandal in lpga history.

  2. Nike should've signed DJ instead of Jason Day, no respect to Jason but DJ is just a better all round player at the moment. He never seems to be under pressure. He can drive, putt, chip…win

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