Aaron Baddeley gave him a run for his money, but, as usual, Tiger Woods performed in the clutch and advanced to the quarterfinals of the Accenture Match Play. Baddeley had makeable shots on 18 and the first playoff hole to put Tiger away but they just missed and on the second playoff hole tiger made a lengthy put to win. As the only #1 seed left in the tournament, Woods' final birdie was from 13 feet, and it was good all the way. He removed his cap when the ball was still a foot away from dropping, and he looked relieved after winning his longest match in his nine years at this tense tournament. "It was quality shot after quality shot," Woods said. "Matches like that are fun to be a part of".