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Title holder Graeme McDowell is a man on a mission this week – to restore much-needed luster to the World Match Play Championship at the London Club.The 50th anniversary edition of the tournament has failed to attract the "A-list" golfers, with world No. 1 Rory McIlroy, third-ranked Sergio Garcia and No. 6 Justin Rose among those missing.This is the final year of Volvo's sponsorship and McDowell does not want the World Match Play to disappear from the calendar again.The top two in each of the four groups go through to the quarterfinal stage of a tournament that has a total prize fund of 2.25 million euros ($2.85 million).
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