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The weekend arrives at the Match Play Championship along with the usual assortment of surprises.
Graeme McDowell rallied to beat Hunter Mahan in 21 holes Friday in the Match Play Championship in a rematch of their Ryder Cup-deciding match in 2010.
Ernie Els hardly ever catches a break at the Match Play Championship.
Henrik Stenson would be the first to say how lucky he was to win the Match Play Championship in 2007.
A brief look at the first round of the Match Play Championship on Wednesday at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club at Dove Mountain:
Graeme McDowell rarely felt as hopeless in match play as he did Wednesday at Dove Mountain.
Scott Stallings had ambitions to be a baseball player until the Sunday afternoon he sat down to the watch the 1997 Masters with his father.
Scott Stallings was in the 18th fairway at Torrey Pines, 222 yards from the front of the green, needing a birdie to give himself a shot at outright victory Sunday in the Farmers Insurance Open. That's when his caddie told him, "Let's see what you've got."