The World Golf Championships' Accenture Match Play Championship final is finally set. Rory McIlroy and Hunter Mahan each advanced through the bracket on Sunday morning to make it to the finale, scheduled to take place at 2:20 p.m. on Sunday afternoon.
McIlroy, the North Ireland native, defeated England's Lee Westwood on Sunday morning to make it all the way through match play and into the championship. The final score of their meeting was 3-and-1, putting McIlroy in the driver's seat to become the top-ranked golfer in the world.
Mahan defeated fellow American Mark Wilson with a 2-and-1 score to advance to the finals against McIlroy. Mahan took a two-hole lead from the outset and never looked back, setting up a rematch with McIlroy as the two met in the second round of this same tournament in 2009.
Westwood and Wilson will tee-off in their third-place match at 2:05.