The third round of the Accenture Match Play 2011 Championship begins on Friday, but the bracket is missing some star power after some of golf's finest had rough outings over the first two days. Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Lee Westwood are all gone, victims of upsets during the first two rounds. Even Rory McIlroy, within striking distance of the top-spot in the rankings, saw his tournament end on Tuesday, never putting up a fight in an 8 and 7 loss.
Martin Kaymer was the only No. 1 seed left in the tournament after defeating Justin Rose in 20 holes on Tuesday. Of the two seeds, only one remains, as well, with Graeme McDowell the lone man left on the seed line. It's been a tournament of upsets and wild finishes thus far, leaving a bracket few could've predicted.
The updated bracket for the Accenture Match Play Championship can be found here.
On Friday, the final 16 hit the course, paired-off in match play format. It all gets started at 10:35 a.m. local time, 12:35 p.m. on the East Coast. The full tee times for Friday's Accenture Match Play tournament:
10:35 am Fowler, Rickie Kuchar, Matt
10:47 am McDowell, Graeme Yang, Y.E.
10:59 am Ogilvy, Geoff Watson, Bubba
11:11 am Day, Jason Holmes, J.B.
11:23 am Watney, Nick Moore, Ryan
11:35 am Manassero, Matteo Donald, Luke
11:47 am Kaymer, Martin Mahan, Hunter
11:59 am Crane, Ben Jimenez, Miguel A.
Coverage begins at 2 p.m. Eastern on Golf Channel, with four hours of live coverage from the course. For the latest information, check out our Accenture Match Play 2011 StoryStream.