17 (6 ½ feet) and 18 (8 feet). "I did a really good job".
Kjeldsen's game was good - until he faced Rahm.
El Nino went onto lose the match against the 22-year-old prodigy 6&4 and exit the event held in Austin, Texas. Haas joked he needs to find about "30 more yards" on his drives overnight to stay with the power-driving Rahm. He captured the Ben Hogan Award over Texas' Beau Hossler previous year.
"The golf I've played the last three matches really has been very impressive, even to myself, " he said.
"There's not many rounds of golf where a player looks back and says I can not play any better and today was one of those".
"That putt on 13 I think was a big one, " Johnson said. Speaking to Sergio (Garcia) after the first day, if I had played Sergio I would have beat him 6 and 5 and Soren beat me 2 and 1.
Haas, seeded 42nd, derailed No 14 Phil Mickelson 2 and 1, with the two players taking completely different roads to the quarterfinals. He's playing well, but he's nearly lucky to be here.
Na's next opponent will be Bill Haas, who needed six play-off holes to outlast K.T. Kim in Group 11. "Every other single shot I hit, it was pretty much exactly the way I saw it". "I certainly have not done that".
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He won the opening hole again Saturday morning at Austin Country Club against Zach Johnson, and then put him away by winning the last two holes on the front nine to build a 4-up lead. The last time Rahm played the 18th was Tuesday - during a practice round.
In all he played 27 holes on a Saturday that was "moving day" in that his two rivals were moved quickly out of his way.
Rahm's hot play shouldn't surprise anyone; he won his first career PGA Tour event at the Farmers Insurance Open in January and almost won the WGC Mexico Championship, where he finished third earlier this month.
Rahm plays in a flamboyant manner which has typified Spanish golf for so long.
"In theory I shouldn't even be here - one chip has gotten me here", Haas said.
And he could rise as high as 10th in the standings with victory in his just his second World Golf Championships event, having finished tied third in the WGC-Mexico Championship earlier this month. "To believe that I truly belong out here, and that I can beat the best players in the world".
But Tanihara was unable to sink his birdie putt to prolong the match, enabling Johnson to recover by salvaging par and setting up an eagerly-anticipated showdown with Rahm.