The Final Four gave option to the ultimate two at Austin Country Club on Sunday morning. Here’s how the semifinals performed out at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play.
Billy Horschel (32) def. Victor Perez (31), 3 and a pair of
There had been solely 4 birdies made on this match however a lot of that needed to do with the climate circumstances, with temperatures within the 60s and winds gusting over 30 mph.
Perez grabbed a 1-up lead when Horschel conceded the sixth gap after discovering hassle, as evidenced beneath:
Horschel then parred Nos. 7-11 however nonetheless managed to select up three holes as Perez made three bogeys in that stretch. The Frenchman dropped one other shot at the 14th to offer Horschel a 3-up lead with 4 to play.
Perez lastly made his first birdie because the fourth gap when he hit his method shot inside a foot at the par-4 fifteenth. That closed the hole to 2 down, however Horschel responded with a birdie of his personal at the par-5 sixteenth to shut out the match.
Scottie Scheffler (30) def. Matt Kuchar (52), 1 up
This match noticed even fewer birdies, with three – all by Scheffler. The first circle wasn’t carded till the ninth gap, when Scheffler rolled in a 10-footer to take a 1-up lead. The former Texas Longhorn then made an 18-foot birdie putt at the par-3 eleventh to go 2 up on the 2013 champion. Seemingly in management and with Kuchar nonetheless birdie-free, Scheffler hit his method shot into the water on No. 12 and ultimately conceded the outlet. He additionally hit his tee shot into the water hazard on No. 13 to degree the match.
They remained tied till the par-3 seventeenth. Kuchar hit his tee shot to fifteen ft however could not convert the putt. Scheffler hit his to 10 ft and will.
Kuchar had one closing likelihood to remain alive at the 18th, with 8 ft for birdie, however, once more, missed. He completed with 17 pars, one bogey and a spot towards Perez within the comfort match.