WGC Dell Match play 2022 + Clicgear Buggies

Date Posted:29 March 2022 

Scottie is number one

What s in the bag
Scheffler winners bag 2022 WGC Match Play

Scottie Scheffler

Driver: TaylorMade Stealth Plus (8°)

Fujikura Ventus Black 7 X

3-wood: TaylorMade Stealth Plus (16.5°)

Fujikura Ventus Black 8 X

Utility: Srixon Z U85 (3)

Nippon Pro Modus3 Hybrid Tour X

Irons: Srixon ZX7 (4), TaylorMade P7TW (5-PW)

True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100

Wedges: Titleist Vokey Design SM8 (50°, 56°, 60°)

True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400

Putter: Scotty Cameron SS Timeless Tourtype GSS Prototype

Ball: Titleist Pro V1


Chad Ramey

Driver: TaylorMade Stealth Plus (10.5°)


3-wood: TaylorMade SIM2 (15°)

Hybrid: TaylorMade SIM2 Max (19°)

Irons: TaylorMade P7MC (3-PW)

Wedges: TaylorMade MG3 (52°, 58°)

Putter: TaylorMade Spider GT Notchback

Ball: TaylorMade TP5x


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Sixty four of the world's best players competed for the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play at the Austin Country Club in Austin, Texas. With three victories in the 25 year old's last five starts, newly crowned World #1 Scottie Scheffler won his first WGC title after defeating fellow Americans Dustin Johnson (3&1) in the semifinal and Kevin Kisner (4&3) in the Final. See some extended highlights here. Scheffler now becomes the fifth Korn Ferry Tour graduate to achieve World #1 ranking, joining Tom Lehman, David Duval, Jason Day and Justin Thomas. In the consolation match, Canadian Corey Conners (3&1) defeated Dustin Johnson. See some round of 16 and quarterfinal highlights here. Aussies in the field were Adam Scott who made it to the round of 16, Lucas Herbert, Marc Leishman and Minwoo Lee.


The rest of the PGA tour held the Corales Puntacana Championship on the windswept Corales Golf Course in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. After starting his day two shots off the lead, an elated 29 year old Chad Ramey (-17) from the USA fired four straight birdies on his back nine, closed with a 67 and captured his first victory on tour. See some highlights here. Tied for second place were fellow Americans Alex Smalley (-16) and Ben Martin who just missed a putt on the final hole to force a playoff. After closing a great week with a pair of 67's, Australia's Cameron Percy (-15) shared fourth place with Jhonattan Vegas from Venezuela. Alone in sixth place was Denmark's Rasmus Hojgaard (-14). The only other Aussie in the field was Greg Chalmers (-7).

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The Korn Ferry tour held the inaugural Lake Charles Championship at the
Country Club at Golden Nugget in Lake Charles, Louisiana. After a third place finish last week, American Trevor Werbylo (-18) closed with a 63 and then went extra holes to capture his maiden tour title. Starting the day with a four shot lead, Korea's Seonghyeon Kim came second after losing to a birdie on the third extra playoff hole. Alone in third place was Eric Cole (-15) from the USA followed by compatriot Anders Albertson (-14) who shared fourth place with South African MJ Daffue. Tied for sixth place were American trio Brent Grant (-13), Vince India and Corey Pereira. Fourteen players tied for 21st including Aussies Curtis Luck (-10), Ryan Ruffels and Rhein Gibson.


The European tour played the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters at the Doha GC in Doha, Qatar. After starting the final day three shots off the lead, Ewan Ferguson (-7) reveled in the windy conditions. The 25 year old Scotsman chipped in for eagle on 16 and then drained a lengthy birdie putt on the last to close with 70 and win his first Euro tour title. American Chase Hanna (-6) had a late bogey and was alone in second place. Overnight leader Adrian Meronk (-5) from Poland closed with a 75 to be tied for third along with Marcus Kinhult from Sweden. Joint overnight leader Matthew Jordan (-4) from England fired a final round of 76 to share fifth place along with 6 others. Aussies making the weekend cut were Wade Ormsby (-3) and Jason Scrivener (-1).

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The European Challenge tour played the SDC Open at Zebula Golf Estate & Spa in Limpopo, South Africa. After struggling with his game for a few years, a closing 66 and birdie on the first extra hole allowed 29 year old Frenchman Clément Sordet (-21) to secure his fifth Challenge tour title. Local hopeful Ruan Conradie was left alone in second place closely followed by overnight leader and fellow South African Deon Germishuys (-20) who had a final round of 71. England's Marco Penge (-19) was solo fourth. Deyen Lawson (-10) was the only Aussie in the field.


The LET held the Joburg Ladies Open at the Modderfontein Golf Club in Johannesburg, South Africa. Starting the final day in a share of the lead, 22 year old Linn Grant (-11) from Sweden closed with a 67 to capture her maiden victory on her first attempt on tour. See some final round highlights here. Alone in second place was Kim Metraux (-6) from Switzerland followed by overnight leader Maria Hernandez (-5) from Spain who shared third place along with England's Alice Hewson Nicole Garcia from South Africa. There were no Australian girls in the field.


The LPGA played the JTBC at the Aviara Golf Club in Carlsbad, California. Teenager Atthaya Thitikul (-16) raced up the leaderboard and forced a playoff with overnight leader Nanna Koerstz Madsen from Denmark. Even though the 19 year old Thai superstar bogeyed the second extra hole, the new world #5 still claimed her first win on the LPGA tour. See some final round highlights here. Alone in third place was Korea's Na Rin An (-15). Sharing fourth place were Korea's Jin Young Ko (-14), Thailand's Pajaree Anannarukarn and Canada's Maude-Aimee Leblanc. Australians making the cut were Minjee Lee (-7), Hannah Green (-2), Katherine Kirk (E) and Stephanie Kyriacou (+3).


The Australasian Legends tour held the South Australian PGA Seniors Championship at the Mount Gambier Golf Club in Mt Gambier, South Australia. Starting the day two shots off the lead, Murray Lott (-7) closed with a 67 and then drained a ten footer on the first playoff hole to win the title. Overnight leader Adam Henwood (-7) could not get his putt to fall and settled for second place. Next in line was Tim Elliott (-6) followed by Michael Harwood (-3) and John Wade (-2) who shared fifth place along with Peter Senior. John Onions (-1) was alone in seventh place followed by six players who tied for eighth spot on even par. Our travelling pro David Fearns (+5) was in the top 20.

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The Asian tour held the DGC Open at the Delhi Golf Club in New Delhi, India. On the final hole of the day there were three players who could have won but in the end it was the 26 year old overnight leader Nitithorn Thippong (-7) from Thailand who prevailed in a playoff by defeating local favorite Ajeetesh Sandhu who never recovered after double bogeying his 17th hole. See some highlights here. Thailand's Settee Prakongvech (-6) just missed the playoff and was alone in third. India's Gaganjeet Bhullar (-4) was in fourth place followed by Justin Quiban (-3) from the Philippines. Aussies in the field were Travis Smyth (-1) who tied for tenth, Kevin Yuan (E), Cory Crawford (+6) and Blake Collyer (+22).


The Latino American tour played the Termas de Rio Hondo Invitational on the
Rio Hondo Golf Club in Rio Hondo, Argentina. After missing his first three cuts on tour, 24 year old American Kevin Velo (-18) started the final round with a four shot lead and even though he closed with a 73 it was enough for a one shot maiden victory. Tied for second place were Argentinian duo Tommy Cocha (-17) and Jorge Fernández Valdés. Alone in fourth place was David Pastore (-16) from the USA. Australians Louis Dobbelaar and Tim Stewart both missed the cut.

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PGA Tour up coming event

Next week the tour will head to San Antonio for the Valero Texas Open, Jordan Spieth will return to the Oaks Course to defend his title. Some hopefuls to watch out for are Rory McIlroy, Gary Woodland, Kevin Streelman, Maverick McNealy, Matthew NeSmith, Robert MacIntyre, Rasmus Hojgaard, Anirban Lahiri, Abraham Ancer, Corey Conners, Ryan Palmer, Adam Hadwin and Charley Hoffman. Aussies in the field will be Jason Day, Matt Jones, Min Woo Lee and Cameron Percy.


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