ORLANDO, Fla. – Matt Every calls it a “blackout,” but a better description of the ailment he’s been dealing with for more than two years would be “freeze-out.”
SAN FRANCISCO – Bogus.
That was Jordan Spieth’s take on his Day 2 putting exhibition that led to a 4-and-3 victory over Matt Every at the WGC-Cadillac Match Play.
Breezy conditions kept players from going low early at the RBC Heritage, but a former champ still moved to the top of the standings.
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