Donald, Oosthuizen out as Match Play upsets continue

Donald was the top seed in his quarter and third seed overall in the 64-man field behind world number one McIlroy and number two Woods, who both fell in the snow-delayed first round on Thursday.

updated: February 23, 2013 09:23 IST
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Marana: Luke Donald and Louis Oosthuizen, the top seeds remaining after the shock first-round exits of Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods, were bundled out of the second round of the WGC Match Play Championship on Friday.

American Scott Piercy thumped England's world number three Donald 7 and 6, taking the lead at the first hole where Donald opened with a double bogey.

Piercy won the next two holes with a birdie followed by another bogey from Donald, and went 4-up at the fifth when he holed out from more than 200 yards away for an eagle.

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