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Rory McIlroy comes off the 9th green Friday. McIlroy dispatched the oldest player in the tournament, Spain's Miguel Jimenez.

Youth prevailed Friday in a duel that went longer than any other at the Accenture Match Play Championship. British sensation Rory McIlroy, who at 22 is the youngest player left in the field, beat Miguel Jiminez of Spain, the oldest player at age 48. Read more»

Tiger watches his drive on the first hole Thursday. Woods lost the match 1-up to fellow American Nick Watney.

Tiger Woods can't conquer an errant putter, the Scots (Lawrie and Laird) get to Round 3 and the youngest player left (Rory McIlroy) plays the oldest (Miguel Jimenez) Friday. Read more»

Buffalo tenderloin, liquid polenta, short rib-porcini stack, Starkey's squash threads, Howell Mountain Jus

A winemaker dinner at CORE Kitchen at the Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain is too much fun to sully with a pun. Read more»

Vijay Singh of Fiji practices out of a fairway bunker on the 18th hole. Every green on the course - except No. 6 - was altered this year to allow for more hole positions and faster rolls. Expoect approach shots like this one to be tough.

Accenture Match Play golfers and fans began to drift onto the course at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club on Monday, slowly shifting the quiet resort into a PGA mini-community despite the absence of two of the game's biggest draws. Read more»

Tiger Woods in 2007.

Rumors that Tiger Woods will return to golf this month at the World Golf Championships - Accenture Match Play Championship appear to be greatly exaggerated. Read more»