Rory Mcllroy gestures at a press conference during the pro-am BMW PGA Championship at the Wentworth Club, Surrey, Wednesday May 21, 2014.(AP Photo/PA, Adam Davy)
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Rory McIlroy believes he will carry a psychological edge into his duel with Gary Woodland after being drawn to face the American in the opening round of the World Golf Championship-Dell Match Play tournament on Monday.As well as Woodland, McIlroy finds himself grouped alongside Argentina's Emiliano Grillo and Soren Kjeldsen for this week's tournament which tees off on Wednesday.McIlroy is confident he can progress from the first round and go deep into the tournament.McIlroy's match play duels for Europe in the Ryder Cup have rapidly become the stuff of legend, with an epic battle against Patrick Reed being one of the highlights of last year's final day at Hazeltine.McIlroy admitted he would relish the opportunity to have another crack at Reed should the two men meet again this week in Austin.
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