.- The American Kevin Kisner won the victory in the World Match Play golf that has been played in Austin (Texas, United States) after beating his countryman Matt Kuchar in the final.
Kisner beat his compatriot in a duel that dominated from the first hole, in which a birdie placed him with an advantage that Kuchar took in making four more holes.
However, Kevin Kisner, runner-up of this tournament last year, was not for the job of letting his chance pass and on the 6th hole, a par-five, he again took advantage with a new birdie, a situation that he no longer abandoned in the rest of travel.
Thus, on the 15th hole his advantage reached three hits, so after making the pair in the next one, Kisner was declared the winner.
In the duel for the third and fourth that faced the Italian Francesco Molinari with the Dane Lucas Bjerregaard, the victory was for the first by 4 and 2.
As Kevin Kisner did, Molinari took control of the course from the first hole, a situation of dominance that he did not abandon until the 16th hole, where he arrived with 4 strokes of advantage after a bogey of the Danish player. (EFE)