Englishman Justin Rose took care of business in his match against Tiger Woods on Thursday at the 2012 Turkish Airlines World Golf Final, setting up a final against Lee Westwood at the Antalya Golf Club in Antayla, Turkey.
Rose and Woods were close for the majority of their match, though Rose took the momentum after holing out a wedge shot for an eagle at the par-four 14th, finishing with a round of 69 compared to Woods' round of 70. Woods had bested Rory McIlroy in the round before by six strokes.
As for Westwood, he was simply on fire after setting a new course record with a round of 10-under 61 to take down South African Charl Schwartzl. Westwood had eight birdies and two eagles on his card, including a 50-foot eagle putt on the 18th to cap off his incredible round.
Rose and Westwood will lock horns on Friday with $1.5 million going to the eventual winner.
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