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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 276
pursuer in that regard, and had the opportunity of snatching the No.1 title away from the American at the Farmers Insurance Open in January. The 23-year-old Spaniard finished third in Mexico last year and represents just some of the talent that will continue to stand between Johnson and Woods’ record. Three other players who fall under that category are Hideki Matsuyama, Rory McIlroy and Jason Day, who each hold two WGC titles and are all younger than Johnson. But despite having age on their side, there are substantial arguments against each member of this trio that suggest they won’t be joining Johnson in challenging for those illusive 18 titles. For starters, both of Day’s titles have come at the Match Play championship (2014/16) and he hasn’t recorded a top-10 finish at any other WGC event since March of 2016. McIlroy hasn’t won a WGC title since claiming the Match Play in 2015. While Matsuyama has never cracked the top-20 at the WGC-Mexico Championship. So it seems if any current player is going to COVER STORY PLAYERS WITH MULTIPLE WGC TITLES Tiger Woods (42-years-old) 18 titles Dustin Johnson (33) 5 Geoff Ogilvy (40) 3 Hideki Matsuyama (26) 2 Rory McIlroy (28) 2 Jason Day (30) 2 Hunter Mahan (35) 2 Adam Scott (37) 2 Justin Rose (37) 2 Ian Poulter (42) 2 Phil Mickelson (47) 2 Ernie Els (48) 2 Darren Clarke (49 2 ►
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