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  • In the first round he defeated Louis Oosthuizen 2 & 1, in the second round he beat Hunter Mahan 1-up, and in the third round he beat Tim Clark, 4 & 3.Rory McIlroy-Wikipedia
  • This was the biggest comeback win ever in the history of the WGC events, and the lowest final round by a WGC winner, topping a 64 set by Hunter Mahan in 2010.Martin Kaymer-Wikipedia
  • In February 2013, Kuchar won his first World Golf Championship event, defeating Hunter Mahan in the final of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship.Matt Kuchar-Wikipedia
  • His was the last match of the 12 player singles, with his opponent being Hunter Mahan, to win the tournament 14.5/13.5 for Europe, and it was his 5-foot putt that was conceded to give victory to Europe.Graeme McDowell-Wikipedia
  • He won the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship in February, defeating Hunter Mahan 2&1 in the final.Matt Kuchar-Wikipedia
  • He finished two strokes ahead of American Hunter Mahan, aided by an approach shot on the par-five 14th, which he holed for an eagle.D. A. Points-Wikipedia

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