Rickie Fowler once again the star at Match Play Championship
Rickie Fowler is Saturday's headliner at the WGC-Match Play Championship, but Jordan Spieth, Graeme McDowell, and Jim Furyk made appearances, too.
Rickie Fowler, Jason Day, Ernie Els, and Victor Dubuisson moved on to the semifinals in an exciting fourth day of golf from Dove Mountain. Here's your full recap:
Best match: The Rickie Fowler-Jim Furyk one was a pretty wild ride. Fowler was 3 up through 12 but then lost four straight holes only to recover at the very end.
Worst match: Ernie Els over Jordan Spieth 4 and 2. Speith was on tilt all day and never led. He was only all square at three holes and one of them was the first.
Biggest upset: Rickie Fowler won for the fourth straight day over a higher seed. According to PGA Tour Media he could join Kevin Sutherland as the only winner to defeat six higher-seeded players at the tournament.
Best shot: This from Victor Dubuisson was pretty amazing and it was the difference in his match with Graeme McDowell:
Stat of the day: This on Fowler:
Rickie Fowler (53) the highest seed to reach semifinals since Zach Johnson (59) at La Costa in 2006.— Doug Ferguson (@dougferguson405) February 22, 2014
Quote of the day: "It got a little weird." -- Fowler on losing four straight holes to Furyk and then winning on a duffed chip by Furyk
Quote of the day (II): "No beers this week, only water." -- Els on how he's staying fit for a long week
My bracket: I had a Jason Day-Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth-Hunter Mahan final four. I got one right.
GIF of the day: This one was unbelievable. How did that not go in?!
Photo of the day: Not good times for Jordan Spieth.
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