WGC, 64 of best golfers against each other


WGC, 64 of best golfers against each other

These are the 16 groups of the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play, an event of the world mini golf circuit which, from 23 to 27 March in Austin, Texas, will see 64 of the best players in the world compete against each other.

WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play, groups

Group 1: Jon Rahm, Patrick Reed, Cameron Young and Sebastian Munoz. Group 2: Collin Morikawa, Jason Kokrak and Robert MacIntyre. Group 3: Viktor Hovland, Will Zalatoris, Cameron Tringale and Seppe Straka.

Group 4: Patrick Cantlay, Sungjae Im, Seamus Power and Keith Mitchell. Group 5: Scottie Scheffler, Matt Fitzpatrick, Tommy Fleetwood and Ian Poulter. Group 6: Justin Thomas, Kevin Kisner, Marc Leishman and Luke List; Group 7: Xander Schauffele, Tony Finau, Lucas Herbert and Takumi Kanaya.

Group 8: Dustin Johnson, Max Homa, Matthew Wolff and Mackenzie Hughes. Group 9: Bryson DeChambeau, Talor Gooch, Lee Westwood, Richard Bland. Group 10: Louis Oosthuizen, Paul Casey, Corey Conners, Alex Noren Group 11: Jordan Spieth, Adam Scott, Justin Rose and Keegan Bradley.

Group 12: Billy Horschel (defending champion), Thomas Pieters, Tom Hoge, Min Woo Lee. Group 13: Tyrrell Hatton, Daniel Berger, Si Woo Kim and Christiaan Bezuidenhout. Group 14: Joaquin Niemann, Kevin Na, Russell Henley and Maverick McNealy.

Group 15: Abraham Ancer, Webb Simpson, Brian Harman and Bubba Watson. Group 16: Brooks Koepka, Shane Lowry, Harold Varner III and Erik Van Rooyen. He is among the most successful sportsmen ever, as well as one of the richest in the world.

When it comes to firsts Tiger Woods is always present: 15 majors won, 110 professional tournaments, the most successful golfer in the history of this sport. Statistics that explain why he managed to stay at the top of the world ranking for 683 weeks (of which 281 consecutive) and above all because in 2014 he became the first sportsman in the world to have broken the billion dollar barrier.

Astronomical figure that also justifies the fact that Tiger Woods can afford a yacht like the Privacy, a real fairytale boat. And obviously we are talking about something that has cost a lot. If you imagine a luxury yacht and some comfort on board, then Privacy has it.

48 meters long, with a total area of ​​600 square meters, this yacht was purchased by the golfer in 2004. Equipped with five cabins capable of accommodating a total of ten people, she also boasts four quarters for nine crew members.

Tiger Woods usually calls it “my dinghy” even if everything looks like a dinghy: with a cruising speed of 18 knots, he also has a gym on board where the golfer keeps training. Woods, in fact, prefers to stay on this yacht during the tournaments held in New York.

With cherry wood interiors, Privacy also features an elevator for three people, a huge Jacuzzi, large enough to accommodate eight people, and the inevitable cinema room and corner bar. The extra something for this mega yacht is provided by the area that Tiger Woods wanted to be dedicated to scuba diving: this also explains the presence of a decompression chamber (inflatable) and an area dedicated to filling oxygen cylinders.

The luxuries are also completed by three jet skis and two scooters for short shore excursions. Obviously, all of this has a price: Privacy cost 17 million euros and its annual maintenance amounts to 1.7 million euros.


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