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Virginia Water, Surrey, England 14 Sep 2006 - 17 Sep 2006
Open and Shut Casey as Paul wins HSBC World Match Play Championship
Paul Casey of England wrote another record-breaking chapter in the long and illustrious history of the HSBC World Match Play Championship at sun-drenched Wentworth Club when he produced the biggest victory in 43 finals, defeating a battle-weary Shaun Micheel of the United States by a whopping 10 and 8 margin over the West Course.
Casey and Micheel Contest HSBC World Match Play Final
England’s Paul Casey gave a performance of style and substance to move within one game of emulating Ernie Els and winning the HSBC World Match Play Championship on his debut at Wentworth Club. Casey defeated his Ryder Cup team mate, Colin Montgomerie, by 6 and 5 in the semi-finals to set up a 36 hole showdown with American Shaun Micheel over the West Course.
Three European Ryder Cup men move into the semi-finals at Wentworth
Three of the men who will carry European colours into next week’s Ryder Cup at The K Club – Paul Casey, Robert Karlsson and Colin Montgomerie – ensured their match play skills continued to be honed to the highest level when, along with American Shaun Micheel, they moved into the semi-finals of the HSBC World Match Play Championship at Wentworth Club.
Campbell and Montgomerie in rousing quarter-final at Wentworth Club
(Reuters) - Michael Campbell and Colin Montgomerie, the only former winners left in the field, were involved in a rousing quarter-final at the HSBC World Match Play Championship at Wentworth Club.
Woods made to fight by Micheel at Wentworth Club
(Reuters) Tiger Woods's hopes of a remarkable sixth tournament win in a row received a serious jolt when he went three down at the halfway stage of his HSBC World Match Play first round clash with Shaun Micheel at Wentworth Club.
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Campbell and Woods Lead Elite HSBC Field
One of the strongest fields ever assembled for the HSBC World Match Play Championship will line up on the West Course at Wentworth Club this week with defending champion Michael Campbell and World Number One Tiger Woods leading the way as the top two seeds.
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