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Topic - Hideki Matsuyama
Hideki Matsuyama of Japan apologized Saturday to Ian Poulter and other two players behind him for damaging the 13th green at Doral with his putter in the second round and walking off the green without repairing it.
The weekend arrives at the Match Play Championship along with the usual assortment of surprises.
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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.
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"I heard about it this morning, I felt really bad," Matsuyama said after his round at the Cadillac Championship. "All I can do is apologize for what happened. ... I feel badly that he even had to write about something I had done."
"I felt a responsibility to seek them out and apologize to them directly," Matsuyama said through his interpreter. "They were in the threesome directly behind us. It didn't affect my preparation today. I felt like it was something I should do. Hopefully, I learned I need to be more patient. In the future, I'll try my best to be a good professional."