Jon Rahm ran countryman Sergio Garcia out of the Dell Technologies Match Play with a 6-and-4 victory Friday in a pairing that put the young bull of Spanish golf against its elder statesman.
Rahm lost only one of the 27 holes he played in his 6-and-4 victory over Charles Howell III and his 7-and-5 victory over Soren Kjeldsen in the quarterfinals.
Johnson advances to Sunday's semifinals, where he will face Hideto Tanihara, who dispatched Ross Fisher with a 4-and-2 win. I'm here to play golf and play day-by-day.
"I'll have to work on my trash talking I guess", Leishman said.
There was never more than one hole between Rahm and Haas until the former followed a birdie on the 13th with another on the 15th, before sealing victory by getting up and down from a greenside bunker on the par-five 16th.
Johnson won the first three holes against Noren and was 3-up at the turn, but the world number one missed a short par putt to lose 10 and found the water to drop 11, then watched as Noren rolled in a stunning 40-foot birdie putt at the par-5 12th to square the match - the first time all week any foe had been level with Johnson after any hole.
It will be a Johnson and Johnson matchup on Saturday with Dustin playing Zach, who survived to win Group 16.
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But Trenga said only the order itself should be up for review by the courts - not the president's past comments. Judges in Maryland and Hawaii wrote that Trump's order didn't seem to be in response to any specific threat.
"Once I get to tournaments I just focus on what I have to do, stick to my routine, breakfast, warm up, hit balls, and think about it each shot at a time".
The 22-year-old, who was the world's top ranked amateur while studying at Arizona State University, is now 25th in the world after winning his first PGA Tour title in the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines in January.
Johnson made a 10-foot birdie putt on the 13th - Noren missed from 8 feet - and then began to pull away with another 10-foot birdie on the 15th. "I did a really good job". He now faces the burden of trying to overcome the No. 1 player in the world.
The weird week in Austin was just another odd chapter for him in 2017.
In his next start, he won the Mexico Championship after holding off a late rally from Rahm.
The tall, athletic Johnson, who ended Jason Day's 47-week reign atop the golf world rankings in Los Angeles, said he had been leaning on the advice of father-in-law and Canadian ice hockey great Wayne Gretzky.
Mickelson finished group play in style at 3-0-0 with a 6&5 thumping of fellow American J.B. Holmes.