Justin Rose and Charl Schwartzel qualified for the last four of the Turkish Airlines World Golf Final with perfect records as the group stage finished in Antalya.
After thunderstorms postponed the third round of group games on Wednesday, England’s Rose came out to fire a brilliant 62 to beat Webb Simpson by five shots.
Compatriot Lee Westwood joined him in progressing from Group B with a five shot win over American Hunter Mahan, while in Group A Schwartzel maintained his 100 per cent record with a two shot win against Matt Kuchar.
The South African was joined in the semi-finals by Tiger Woods, who completed a disappointing week for World Number One Rory McIlroy by beating the Northern Irishman by six shots.
Schwartzel plays Westwood in the first semi-final this afternoon, before Woods and Rose go head-to-head.