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Topic - Charl Schwartzel
Capsules of the Sunday matches at the Presidents Cup:
Tiger Woods and Matt Kuchar had an easy time in their new partnership. So did Jason Dufner and Zach Johnson. The Presidents Cup resumes Friday with six foursomes matches.
Ernie Els remembers them as being a big part of his junior golf foundation in South Africa.
The Aussies have had enough of their oh-fer at Augusta National.
Charl Schwartzel of South Africa birdied the last two holes to narrowly get inside the top 70 in the FedEx Cup and advance to the third playoff event next week at Crooked Stick. The question now is whether he will show up.
The list of who's not at the season-opening Tournament of Champions reads more like a "Who's Who."
Golf seasons are defined by the majors, and this year was no exception.
Troy Matteson showed up at the Deutsche Bank Championship with low expectations about his game and his immediate future in the FedEx Cup playoffs. He wound up with his best start of the year.
Casual golf fans last year probably didn't know much about Graeme McDowell, Louis Oosthuizen, Martin Kaymer and Charl Schwartzel.
It was 12:48 a.m. Monday morning in South Africa when Charl Schwartzel sealed his first major title with a birdie on the last hole at the Masters.
Tiger Woods had all the familiar body language from his glory days.
The Australians were headed for a very g'day at the Masters.
Rory McIlroy has given up the Masters lead with a triple-bogey at the 10th hole.
“It’s one of the par-5s where it’s a good opportunity for a birdie if you get your tee shot down there,” said Charl Schwartzel, the 2011 Masters champion, who birdied the hole Thursday.
"Louis and myself, we were guinea pigs," Schwartzel said. "He went first and basically lost all his hair. And then I figured I just needed a little touch-up on the sides, and I ended up losing all my hair. None of the other guys volunteered to go."