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WGC Dell Match Play History & Past Winners - Scottie Scheffler seeks a 2nd consecutive win

WGC Dell Match Play History & Winners

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This week the PGA Tour fields two events with the big one being in Texas. Let’s take a look at some WGC Dell Match Play History. Golf’s version of March Madness got it’s start as an unofficial event way back in 1995. Then in 1999 it became a World Golf Championship tournament and has been part of the PGA schedule since.

WGC Dell Match Play History & Winners

The tournament style golf event was played in Carlsbad, California and made a pit stop in Australia from 1999 to 2006. It’s also been held at two different Arizona golf clubs, and in the Bay Area at TPC Harding Park back in 2015.

Since 2016, Dell has been the primary sponsor and the tournament has been hosted by The Austin Country Club in Austin, Texas. Since joining the schedule in 1999, we’ve had three golfers win multiple times with Tiger Woods (‘03, ‘04, ‘08) being the only 3-time champ.

WGC Dell Match Play Odds

YearGolferFinal ScoreRunner-up
2022Scottie Scheffler4&3Kevin Kisner
2021Billy Horschel3&2Victor Perez
2020Not Played (Covid)N/AN/A
2019Kevin Kisner3&2Matt Kuchar
2018Bubba Watson7 & 6Kevin Kisner
2017Dustin Johnson1 upJon Rahm
2016Jason Day (2)5 & 4Louis Oosthuizen
2015Rory McIlroy4 & 2Gary Woodland
2014Jason Day23 holesVictor Dubuisson
2013Matt Kuchar2 & 1Hunter Mahan
2012Hunter Mahan2 & 1Rory McIlroy
2011Luke Donald3 & 2Martin Kaymer
2010Ian Poulter4 & 2Paul Casey
2009Geoff Ogilvy (2)4 & 3Paul Casey
2008Tiger Woods (3)8 & 7Stewart Cink
2007Henrik Stenson2 & 1Geoff Ogilvy
2006Geoff Ogilvy3 & 2Davis Love III
2005David Toms6 & 5Chris DiMarco
2004Tiger Woods (2)3 & 2Davis Love III
2003Tiger Woods2 & 1David Toms
2002Kevin Sutherland1 upScott McCarron
2001Steve Stricker2 & 1Pierre Fulke
2000Darren Clarke4 & 3Tiger Woods
1999Jeff Maggert38 holesAndrew Magee

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