Shane Lowry, who was already eliminated, knocks Jordan Spieth out of WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play in Austin

Shane Lowry upsets Jordan Spieth in a stunning victory at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play. Lowry, who was already eliminated from the tournament, held a five-hole lead at the turn and emerged victorious with a 2&1 win. Spieth’s erratic display proved costly as Lowry took advantage of the opportunity. Though Spieth’s exit was a surprise, it was not the only shock of the day: Max Homa advanced to the last 16 despite not hitting a single shot on Friday, when his opponent, former Masters champion Hideki Matsuyama, withdrew from play with a neck injury. Stay up to date with all the latest golf news and events at Sky Sports.

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