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Who advanced to the Round of 16 at the 2022 WGC-Dell Match Play

We break down who is moving on in the brackets at the 2022 WGC-Dell Match Play in Austin.

Tyrrell Hatton of England plays a shot on the fifth hole during the third day of the World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play at Austin Country Club on March 25, 2022 in Austin, Texas. Photo by Chuck Burton/Getty Images

The World Golf Championship Match Play event at Austin Country Club is winding down, but instead of a cut we’ll have 16 group winners today that will advance to Saturday’s eight morning matches.

Friday is the final day of round-robin competition in each of the 16-man groups. Today the No. 1-seeded player in each group faces the No. 2 seeded player, while the No. 3 seeds take on the No. 4 seeds as well. If at the end of today’s rounds we have a player that is ahead of their group via the best record, they immediately advance to tomorrow’s “Sweet 16” in NCAA Tournament parlance.

If we have a tie, there will be a playoff beginning on Hole No. 1 amongst all tied players in the group. The player with the lowest score on any hole in the sudden death format advances to tomorrow’s brackets, while the other three divvy up the prize money established for those finishing between 17th and 64th in this format.

Here are the players that have advanced to the Round of 16 at the WGC-Dell Match Play, and we’ll add to this list as it continues this afternoon.

Group 1: Jon Rahm
Group 2: Collin Morikawa
Group 3: Will Zalatoris
Group 4: Seamus Power
Group 5: Scottie Scheffler
Group 6: Kevin Kisner
Group 7: Takumi Kanaya
Group 8: Dustin Johnson
Group 9: Richard Bland
Group 10: Corey Connors
Group 11: Adam Scott
Group 12: Billy Horschel
Group 13: Tyrrell Hatton
Group 14: Kevin Na
Group 15: Abraham Ancer
Group 16: Brooks Koepka