The final hours of the last WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play turned into a dud for everyone but Sam Burns.
Five of the six top-seeded players advanced to the knockout stage of the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play.
Rory McIlroy had every reason to love the long ball in his 2-up victory on Thursday at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play.
Rickie Fowler defeated Jon Rahm and although Keegan Bradley didn't get a full point, his halve felt like a win.
The absence of LIV Golf players at the Match Play has made clear what everyone suspected all along.
The end of the World Golf Championships was a matter of time, especially with the arrival next year of smaller fields and enormous prize money for the elite players.
The Players victory was worth $4.5 million and sent Scottie Scheffler back to No. 1 in the world for the second time this year.
Scottie Scheffler capped off a long day of 26 holes with one last birdie Saturday that gave him a 7-under 65 and a two-shot lead.
The second round was suspended with half the field unable to finish the round because of a storm system expected to dump a half-inch of rain.
Chad Ramey managed to avoid stress and bogeys Thursday at The Players, making him an unlikely leader in the opening round.