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The Tour Report

February 26 2011

6:14 PM

Update: Two matches down to wire

MARANA, Ariz. — The latest on Saturday morning’s four quarterfinal matches:

MATT KUCHAR VS Y.E. YANG — Kuchar had a chance to end the match at the 16th hole but he couldn't convert the 13-footer for birdie. So Yang headed to the 17th with a sense of urgency -- he had to win to extend the match -- but Kuchar made a 4-footer for par and the win.

MARTIN KAYMER VS. MIGUEL ANGEL JIMENEZ — Kaymer made a 5-foot birdie putt at the 14th hole to go 5 up but Jimenez answered with a 13-footer at the next. The Spaniard won the par-3 16th, too, as both players missed the green. Jimenez chipped to 21 inches, which Kaymer conceded, and then the German missed his 10-footer for par. Kaymer leads 2 up with two holes remaining.

BUBBA WATSON VS. J.B. HOLMES — Bubba Watson continues his rally, winning the par-5 13th hole with a 5-foot birdie putt and the 14th with a conceded birdie after he hit his approach to 4 feet and Holmes chipped through the green.

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