Dell Match Play Bracket 2022: Horschel is playing alongside Thomas Pieters, Tom Hoge and Min Woo Lee. This is the sixth year that Austin Country Club has hosted the event and there is a $12 million purse up for grabs with the winner earning $2.1 million.
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Dell Match Play Bracket 2022: Bracket, Challenge, Printable, Pdf
2:50 p.m.: Jon Rahm (-200) vs. Sebastian Munoz (+170)
3:01 p.m.: Patrick Reed (-117) vs. Cameron Young (-106)
1:22 p.m.: Jon Rahm vs. Cameron Young
1:33 p.m.: Patrick Reed vs. Sebastian Munoz
Jon Rahm vs. Patrick Reed
Cameron Young vs. Sebastian Munoz
11:54 a.m.: Collin Morikawa (-157) vs. Robert MacIntyre (+135)
12:05 p.m.: Jason Kokrak (+104) vs. Sergio Garcia (-125)
10:26 a.m.: Collin Morikawa vs. Sergio Garcia
10:37 a.m.: Jason Kokrak vs. Robert MacIntyre
Collin Morikawa vs. Jason Kokrak
Sergio Garcia vs. Robert MacIntyre
10:26 a.m.: Viktor Hovland (-200) vs. Sepp Straka (+165)
10:37 a.m.: Will Zalatoris (-136) vs. Cameron Tringale (+115)
2:50 p.m.: Viktor Hovland vs. Cameron Tringale
3:01 p.m.: Will Zalatoris vs. Sepp Straka
Viktor Hovland vs. Will Zalatoris
Cameron Tringale vs. Sepp Straka
In the knockout rounds, the format is pretty straightforward. Take the group numbers and match them as if they were in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
The winner of Group 1 will face the player from Group 16. The winner of Group 8 will face Group 9, 3 vs 14, 4 vs 13, 5 vs 12, 6 vs 11 and 7 vs 10.
For now, Wednesday-Friday will bring some intense matchups between the best golfers in the world. Here is a breakdown of all 16 groups and each player’s outright betting odds for the tournament.
The bracket ends for the 2022 WGC-DEL match play and with it comes the March Madness edition of golf.
Match play in Austin, Texas, this week is the only World Golf Championship event on the 2022 schedule, formerly known as the WGC St. Jude Invitational, which was changed to become the first event of this year’s FedEx Cup playoffs.
The field of 64 has once again been broken down into 16 groups, each of these groups contains four golfers with the top seed in each group representing a player from inside of the top 16 of the Official World Golf Rankings.
The WGC-Dell Technologies match play format changed in 2016, leading from a 64-player, single-elimination, bracket-style tournament to a 64-player competition with 16 groups of round-robin play starting with 16 group winners, who move on. Single-elimination, bracket-style tournament to determine a winner.
The winners of each group then advance into a single-elimination, bracket-style competition on Saturday with 18-hole matches:
- Group 1 winner vs. Group 16 winner
- Group 8 winner vs. Group 9 winner
- Group 4 winner vs. Group 13 winner
- Group 5 winner vs. Group 12 winner
- Group 6 winner vs. Group 11 winner
- Group 3 winner vs. Group 14 winner
- Group 7 winner vs. Group 10 winner
- Group 2 winner vs. Group 15 winner