You can view picks for every single match at our WGC-Accenture Match Play section, but here are SB Nation Golf's quick predictions for the group to make it to the final four and win it all this weekend.
Adam: Dustin Johnson -- Johnson proved himself a worthy match play competitor in the last two Ryder Cups, performing his best in singles competition (2-0 for his career).
Emily: Charl Schwartzel -- Charl enters match play after a T3 at the Northern Trust Open, and he has reached at least the second round four times on a course that seems to suit his game.
Brendan: Charl Schwartzel -- While Rory sorts out his new Nike sticks in advance of Augusta, the steady Schwartzel maintains his recent form and emerges out of this bracket.
Adam: Keegan Bradley -- We all remember his energy in team competition at the Ryder Cup. Bradley will bring the same to the WGC and be the surprise of the tournament.
Emily: Bill Haas -- He blew the final-round lead at Riviera, but he did finish T3 (for his third consecutive top-10) after a birdie-birdie close.
Brendan: Justin Rose -- The Englishman has breezed through match play events in recent years, and he's started the year with two solid showings in the Middle East.
Adam: Tiger Woods -- I'm holding true to my prediction that 2013 will be Tiger's best ever. The madness continues this week and he easily wins his bracket.
Emily: Tiger Woods -- He may not have made it past the second round since he won in 2008, but the three-time match play champion is on a roll after winning his PGA Tour season-opening Farmers Insurance Open and teaming up with President Obama for a smack down of their playing partners on Sunday.
Brendan: Tiger Woods -- I want to mix it up and not take Tiger, but there's just no one, outside of defending champ Hunter Mahan, who I see challenging Woods early on.
Adam: Luke Donald -- Former WGC champion Donald should have his "weak" bracket won easily, however, I'm not one to take anything for granted. He still pulls it out in the end.
Emily: Ian Poulter -- The Ryder Cup MVP owns match play.
Brendan: Ian Poulter -- His match play track record is impossible to ignore, but I'm taking Poulter to narrowly win an all-English regional final with Luke Donald.
Adam: Tiger Woods -- I honestly don't see any way he loses this week. Not the best match play competitor historically, but who is gonna tell him that?
Emily: Tiger Woods -- Sure, Tiger has that two-and-done hanging around his neck, but he's confident, rested and ready to send his opponents a message that he's tuned up for his fifth Masters win in April.
Brendan: Justin Rose -- Building off his work last fall both at the Ryder Cup and the silly season match play event in Turkey, the talented Rose comes away with his second WGC title in as many years.