Pick a match play venue. The West Coast offers some great potential courses suited to match play. You want to see the world's best play a great match, but nothing is more thrilling than a contest where a third element exists in the form of risk-reward holes. Which is why Sherwood Country Club, former longtime host to Tiger Woods' World Challenge, would make a perfect bookend to Riviera as a one-two Southern California punch. With an international airport not far away, players can get here more easily and once they do, find a back nine with three par 3s and three par 5s that have consistently provided thrilling finishes to Tiger's tournament. Oh, and Tiger likes the course, which never hurts. Or . . .