Number One

After a morning of infarction, comes an exciting afternoon. The second round of the Volvo World Match Play in farm courtesy, Malaga, have left a few duels to dog face, typical of the melee of this modality, often decided on the last ball. Of the eight clashes this morning, four have decided on the last hole, and another in the tiebreaker. McDowell took the Irish Derby against McIlroy for three and two (three holes with two to play advantage); the number one in the world, Westwood, got the knee before Poulter (one up), and this opens the war by his Crown. Luke Donald will wear it tomorrow if he wins the tournament. At the moment it measured in quarters to Schwartzel after sweating ink in his match against Swedish Edfords, who only won the tiebreaker. During a good part of the morning he had bad flea face Donald, and went one down with two holes in dispute. But nerves attacked Edfords, much more unstable in high voltage duels. Donald equalised at 17 and then hunted prey. Source the news:: Donald and Kaymer are number one to throw

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