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Monday, 21 February 2005
First played:
1999

Past winners:
Jeff Maggert, 1999
Darren Clarke, 2000
Steve Stricker, 2001
Kevin Sutherland, 2002
Tiger Woods, 2003, 04

Consecutive wins:
Tiger Woods 2003-04

Youngest winner:
Tiger Woods, 27 and 62 days, 2003

Oldest winner:
Kevin Sutherland, 37 and 235 days, 2002

Biggest winning margin:
(18 hole matches)
7 and 6: Sergio Garcia beat Mike Weir, 2000
7 and 6: Craig Stadler beat Craig Parry, 2001
7 and 6: Brad Faxon beat Kenny Perry, 2002
7 and 6: Darren Clarke beat Davis Love III, 2003
7 and 6: Tiger Woods beat Stephen Leaney, 2003
7 and 6: Phil Mickelson beat Ben Curtis, 2004

Biggest winning margin:
(36 hole final)
4 and 3: Darren Clarke beat Tiger Woods, 2000

Longest match:
Mike Weir beat Loren Roberts at the 26th hole, 2003

Leading money winner:
Tiger Woods - €2,596,565

Most matches played:
23, Tiger Woods

Most matches won:
20, Tiger Woods

Most consecutive matches won:
12, Tiger Woods – 2003-04

Holes-in-one:
Scott McCarron, Round 1, Hole 14, 2002

Breakdown of the year by year first round results regarding seedings

1999 - 14 of 32 matches won by the higher seed
2000 - 21 of 32 matches won by the higher seed
2001 - 20 of 32 matches won by the higher seed
2002 - 19 of 32 matches won by the higher seed
2003 - 20 of 32 matches won by the higher seed
2004 - 12 of 32 matches won by the higher seed

Players to have played in all previous six World Golf Championships – Accenture Match Play events:
Stuart Appleby, Bob Estes, Justin Leonard and Jeff Sluman

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