MARANA, Ariz. – And then there were eight, a limited sampling which makes picking winners a mathematical hazard. Each match is now serious business with valuable FedEx Cup and world ranking points up for grabs. Here's a best guess on who is headed home and who is bound for the final four (click here for the full bracket):
The Englishman hasn’t seen the 18th hole all week and he won’t on Saturday as he marches to a finals appearance.
We’re 0-for-3 with Yang this week which means it’s time to mix things up. The Korean wins in a walkover.
The German was clinical in his Round 3 victory over Hunter Mahan and will be the world No. 1 by Sunday night.
The bomber’s bout goes to Watson , he beat Geoff Ogilvy 6 and 4, but the two give the Dove Mountain masses plenty to cheer along the way.