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Stewart Cink warms up Monday at the Accenture Match Play Championship. Cink comes into the tournament ranked 53rd.

The top 64 golfers in the world will compete this week in one of four World Golf Championship events. Tickets are still available for Tuesday's practice round and each day of the five-day event. Read more»

Paul Casey tried for a much-needed up-and-down on the back nine of the last 18 holes in the championship match.

Ian Poulter overcame whipping wind, pounding rain and an unlucky hotel room to secure his first PGA Tour win Sunday in the Accenture Match Play Championship in Marana. Read more»

Ian Poulter will be in the Match Play final versus the winner of the Paul Casey-Camilo Villegas semifinal.

Ian Poulter of England wins one semifinal match in a landslinde, while the other match is suspended by darkness. Read more»

Robert Allenby of Australia was showing frustration Wednesday, when he snapped 'Why don't I putt it first, then we can see?' to a volunteer whom he heard talking next to the 15th green when he was about to putt.

Defending Accenture Match Play champion Geoff Ogilvy lost his match Thursday against Colombian Camillo Villegas, ending the Aussie's chance at a third title. The day's winners included Oliver Wilson, Paul Casey, Camillo Villegas, Sergio Garcia and Ian Poulter. Read more»

Peter Hanson of Sweden surveys a par putt on No. 16. He missed the putt, leaving Australian Robert Allenby a chance to secure the win with a par of his own.

Thank you Tiger Woods. That's what Match Play first-timer Ross McGowan had to be thinking Wednesday afternoon when he sank a par put on the 19th hole to oust top seed Steve Stricker from the tournament. Read more»

American phenom Anthony Kim, practicing here on the 17th green Tuesday, faces fellow American Matt Kuchar on Wednesday.

Top golfers agree that anything can happen when players' success hinges on single matches, not four days of play. Read more»

Vijay Singh is from Fiji, one of 20 nations represented in the Accenture Match Play Championship.

Matt Brogan is a little dismayed by the lack of fan support at the Accenture Match Play Championship. 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 lines up his putt on the green of the 18th hole at the AT&T National, July 2009.

It looks like the Tiger-tizzy can abate. The top-ranked golfer in the world remains silent on when he will return to the game. His absence means 2001 champion Steve Stricker will be the top seed. 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»