Dustin Johnson, MacIntyre Battle to a Draw
The Latest on the Dell Technologies Match Play (all occasions CDT):
Bounce MacIntyre of Scotland gave the world’s No. 1 player everything he could deal with in the Dell Technologies Match Play. Truth be told, Dustin Johnson needed to mobilize just to escape with a tie.
MacIntyre develops a 2 lead with three openings to play Thursday when Johnson birdied the sixteenth, and afterward attached the match with an extreme 18-footer. That sent the match down the eighteenth, and the two players had birdie risks that missed.
Johnson and MacIntyre are 1-0-1 in the gathering. In the event that both succeed their matches on Friday, they would confront each other again in an unexpected demise season finisher. Johnson has not progressed out of gathering play since he dominated the Game Play in 2017.
In the interim, Rory McIlroy kept his expectations alive by beating Lanto Griffin. McIlroy will in any case require some assistance to progress.
Bryson DeChambeau sure realizes how to make things intriguing.
The U.S. Open top dog dominated his second game as an expert in the Dell Technologies Match Play with a 2-and-1 triumph over Si Woo Kim. Just five of the 17 openings were divided, and that wasn’t its portion.
DeChambeau gave off an impression of being cruising along. He was 1 up at the turn when his tee shot on No. 10 hit a tree and ricocheted against the picket fence encompassing the training green. It was around 30 yards to one side. Players on the green, like Dustin Johnson and Xander Schauffele, needed to move to the opposite side of the putting green.
He ended up dropping by the tee and lost the opening. At that point, he hit into the water on the eleventh and lost that opening.
DeChambeau was 1 down with five openings to play when he made a 25-foot birdie on the fourteenth opening, and afterward he started to lead the pack when Kim missed a 5-foot standard putt.