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KAPALUA, Hawaii - Hideki Matsuyama had never seen Kapalua except on television, and even then he was only 7 years old. John Lowenstein Jersey .He was watching the year Tiger Woods and Ernie Els engaged in the most compelling duel in the 16-year history at Kapalua for the Hyundai Tournament of Champions, which ended after both players made eagle on the 18th, both made birdie on the 18th in a playoff, and Woods won with a 40-foot birdie putt on the first hole.Now the 22-year-old from Japan could be in a duel of his own.The characters have changed, of course, and its still too early to determine whether Matsuyama and Jimmy Walker, who made birdie on his last hole Sunday to tie for the lead, will be the two players who battle it out in the Monday finish for the first PGA Tour event of the year.Patrick Reed and Bae Sang-Moon of South Korea were only two shots behind. Another shot back was Brendon Todd and Russell Henley.Matsuyama was simply happy to have a chance.What struck him about the Plantation Course when he arrived was how big and beautiful it was. He opened with a 70, only to rally with rounds of 66-66 the last two days to reach 17-under 202 and tie Walker, who had a 67 on Sunday.If I can play tomorrow like I did yesterday and today, I think Ill have a chance, Matsuyama said. I think obviously thats going to be difficult to do. I hope to be relaxed and be able to play my golf tomorrow.Walker has been even more steady and has just one bogey on his card all week. He opened with five birdies in 10 holes on Sunday to build a two-shot lead, then spent most of the back nine making pars until a two-putt birdie on the par-5 18th from just off the green for a 67.Walker will be going for his fourth win in his last 31 starts on the PGA Tour. He has gone through this before.Im sure Im going to feel more comfortable, just being out here longer, more mature, more experienced, that type thing, he said. Ill tell you I was nervous driving to the first tee on Friday for the first round and didnt eat all my breakfast this morning because I was pumped about the day. So Ill be excited and ready to go.Matsuyama qualified for his winners-only start to the year by winning the Memorial. He was hopeful that would lead to more wins, though his only victory since then was a playoff win in Japan at the end of last year at the Dunlop Phoenix.After winning the Memorial, I gained some confidence, and I thought that would translate into playing better after that, he said. I really didnt get another chance to win, and so now Im here, I have a chance, and so I want to be able to use that experience I had at the Memorial and hopefully have a good day tomorrow.Otherwise, Matsuyama remains somewhat of a mystery. He doesnt share much of himself in any language.Asked why he plays Kapalua so well — only three players in 16 years have won in their debut — he said, I like the view and so I like the course.And how does he spend the perfect day away from golf?Theres not that many days that Im not playing golf, and so I dont know, he said.This week has been all about golf. He can see the occasional splash of a humpback whale in the ocean below the Plantation Course. There is snorkeling available in Kapalua Bay, perhaps a paddle board or even some surfing.I cant swim, so I cant do that, he said with a smile.The golf is working out just fine so far. And thats been the case for Walker, who has a chance on Monday to join Els, Vijay Singh, Zach Johnson and Jim Furyk as the only players to win on the courses that make up the Hawaii swing. Els did it in the same year.Walkers best break led to a par. He tried to drive the 14th green and it sent well off to the right into native grass, a spot where players dont often find it. Two marshals were on the case — and it helped that the grass has been cut to a foot high — and Walker was able to chop it out short of the green, and then hit a beautiful chip to a foot.The worse swing I made all day, probably the worst swing I made all week, he said.There hasnt been many. Now he has one more day against a rising Japanese star who is trying to make his own highlight film this week. Boog Powell Indians Jersey . The Boston Celtics hadnt played since the All-Star break. So the Suns 100-94 victory over Boston Wednesday night was an uphill affair, with Phoenix relying on balance rather than its trademark high energy. Oscar Mercado Indians Jersey . Ronaldo netted his 14th goal of the season in Europes top competition to give Madrid a clear advantage ahead of next weeks quarterfinal return leg in Germany. 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Alex Nedeljkovic finished with 39 saves for the Whalers, while Blake Richard stopped 31 shots in net for the IceDogs. --- COLTS 3 GENERALS 2 (SO) BARRIE, Ont. -- Andrew Mangiapanes goal ended a six-round shootout to give the Colts a win. Tyson Fawcett and Brendan Lemieux also scored for Barrie (20-16-3). A pair of power-play goals just over a minute apart late in the third by Jacob Busch and Stephen Desrocher forced extra time for Oshawa (26-11-4). Daniel Gibl kept the Colts in the game with 41 saves. In the Generals net, Daniel Altshuller stopped 28 shots. ' ' '



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