Round 1 of WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship

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Round 1 of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship Tiger Woods opened his match against J.B. Holmes by hitting a drive out of bounds.
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Henrik Stenson badly mis-hit his drive at 18, but he recovered and knocked off Robert Allenby, 1 up.
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Justin Leonard defeated Geoff Ogilvy, the 2006 winner and a finalist last year.
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Adam Scott birdied No. 16 to win his match against Brendan Jones, 2 and 1. Scott will face a red-hot Woody Austin. Austin crushed Toru Taniguchi, 6 and 5.
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Colin Montgomerie, left, beat Jim Furyk, 3 and 2. On Thursday, Montgomerie will face Charles Howell III, who beat Stephen Ames in 19 holes.
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Ernie Els, a late entrant to the tournament, lost his match to Jonathan Byrd after just 13 holes. Byrd was 6 up.
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Mickelson won the 16th hole to go 1 up and eventually win the match.
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Phil Mickelson controlled much of his match against Pat Perez until Perez squared things on the 15th hole.
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Woods secured his win at 1 up.
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Woods turned things around on the back nine, winning four of the last five holes.
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Holmes capitalized on Woods's mistakes, leading 2 up through nine holes.
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David Toms, the 2005 winner, beat Masters champ Zach Johnson, 2 and 1.