WGC-Dell Match Play 2021 Semi Finals and Final: Participants, Tee Timings, and How to Watch

Published 03/28/2021, 4:20 AM EDT
Mar 25, 2021; Austin, Texas, USA; Matt Kuchar on #1 tee box during the second day of the WGC Dell Technologies Match Play golf tournament at Austin Country Club. Mandatory Credit: Erich Schlegel-USA TODAY Sports

After four days of individual battles between the best golfers in the world, the WGC-Dell Match Play 2021 has reached the grand stage. Only four matches remain in the tournament and by the end of today, we will see a winner crowned at the Austin Country Club. 


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Sunday always brings about a lot of excitement in a golf tournament. This is when the final round is usually played at stroke-play events, but that’s where the WGC-Dell Match Play is unique. 

This Match Play event has once again proved that even the best in the world stumble when it comes to individual battles, as the tournament does not have a Top 16 seed for the first time since it introduced the group play format in 2015


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Mar 27, 2021; Austin, Texas, USA; Scottie Sheffler tees off on #10 during the fourth day of the WGC Dell Technologies Match Play golf tournament at Austin Country Club. Mandatory Credit: Erich Schlegel-USA TODAY Sports

Who are all the golfers in the final four? 

The tournament has sent home all the top seeds much to everyone’s surprise. All the players who are remaining are ranked above #30 in the official world golf rankings. It is impossible that a fan would’ve picked this exact bracket during the start of the tournament. 

Victor Perez: Frenchman Perez defeated veteran Sergio Garcia in the quarterfinal and it was by an easy margin. Perez was up by four holes after the par-4 15th, and Garcia had no choice but to concede the match. 

Billy Horschel: Horschel is yet another surprise entrant into the final four at WGC-Dell Match Play 2021. After trailing almost the entire match to #21 seed Tommy Fleetwood, Horschel made a last-moment surge and won the quarterfinal through a playoff hole. 

Matt Kuchar: 2013 champion Matt Kuchar displayed a clinical performance in the last eight against Brian Harman and won the match 2&1. He also finished runner-up here in 2019 and is currently unbeaten in this edition heading into the semi-final. 

Scottie Scheffler: While Matt Kuchar is the favorite to win at Austin, his semi-final opponent Scottie Scheffler is the underdog. The 24-year-old sent home Jon Rahm in the quarterfinals, and the University of Texas alum is a player to watch out in the final rounds. 

WGC-Dell Match Play: Tee-timings for the semi-finals and broadcast information 

The Sunday at Austin Country Club will start with the two semi-final fixtures which will be followed by the third-place match. The final will take place upon the conclusion of these contests. With that being said, here are the tee-timings of the two semis (Eastern Time):



9:05 a.m.

Victor Perez (31) vs. Billy Horschel (32)
9:20 a.m.

Matt Kuchar (52) vs. Scottie Scheffler (30)

WGC-Dell Match Play: TV and Streaming Info


Golf Channel: 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

NBC: 3-7 p.m.


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PGA Tour Live: 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Who among these four players will take home the winner’s prize money of $1,820,000? For the complete breakdown of the tournament’s purse, click here


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Read Also: ‘Did a Couple of Stupid Things’: Sergio Garcia Apologetic After Knocking Out Lee Westwood at WGC-Dell Match Play


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Arjun Athreya is a senior writer at Essentially Sports and has been contributing since early 2020. Having developed an avid interest in sports at an early age, he pursued a Journalism degree and graduated from Madras Christian College. Arjun manages the Golf division and its content, and primarily covers news pertaining to the NBA as well.



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