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Mickelson WDs from WGC Match Play

By Golf Week on Mon, Apr 27 2015 2:56 AM

Phil Mickelson’s last-minute decision to skip the WGC-Match Play Championship for a fourth straight year means that Finland’s Mikko Ilonen will be in the field for a second time.

Zurich win gives Rose major confidence boost

By PGA Tour News on Sun, Apr 26 2015 10:21 PM

ZURICH CLASSIC: Results, points | Daily Wrap-up | Event video | FedExCup points | Sunday's best photos Rose forged into the lead in the fourth round with birdies at Nos. 17 and 18, draining putts from 10 feet on the 211-yard, par 3 and 13 1/2 feet at the 573-yard, par 5 finishing holes. Cameron Tringale came up 18 inches short on a eagle chip from 49 feet at the closing hole that would have put him in a tie with Rose. Tringale finished alone in second place at 21-under 267, one shot better than Boo Weekley (65) at 20-under 268. Jim Herman (65) and third-round co-leader Jason Day (69) finished tied for fourth at 19-under 269. "Earlier this year, it looked impossible to win,'' said Rose, who finished T2 at this year's Masters Tournament. "I was struggling with my game, and when you are struggling with your game, sometimes winning seems very far off. "As a player to make the putt exactly when you need to is huge,'' Rose said. "I don't think I've made a putt to win a PGA TOUR event...

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