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Two Magnificent Pieces Of Golf Escapology From The WGC Match Play

PJ Browne
By PJ Browne
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There were two magnificent Victor Dubuisson shots during the WGC-Accenture Match Play at Dove Mountain last night.

The Frenchman was playing Aussie, Jason Day, in the final match. The Aussie would eventually be the victor but Dubuisson really stole the show with some brilliant pieces of golf escapology on the first and second playoff holes.

This was his lie for the shot on the 19th.

He's seriously close to what David Feherty identifies as a 'Teddy Bear Cholla' cactus and he also has a TV cable in the way. He still manages to get it within 4 feet though.


Here's the shot.

The lie on the 20th was just as bad.

Here's the shot. Again, he gets it a lot closer than he really should have.


The look on Jason Day's face says it all about that shot.


Day would eventually triumph on the 23rd hole.


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