After seven grueling rounds, Horschel captures Dell Match Play crown

Billy Horschel won a golf tournament Sunday by avoiding mistakes while watching his opponent scatter the ball all over the course. After playing seven rounds in five days, Horschel was the last man standing at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play at blustery Austin Country Club. He hoisted the handsome championship trophy after defeating local favorite Scottie Scheffler 2 and 1 in the title match. Horschel’s sixth PGA Tour championship was worth $1,820,000. Matt Kuchar finished in third place, beating Frenchman Victor Perez 2 and 1 in Sunday’s consolation match. Horschel’s scorecard included o…

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