Donald in command in Arizona

A dominant Luke Donald was four-up, midway through his WGC-Accenture Match Play quarter-final on Saturday.

England’s Luke Donald played an almost faultless front nine in his WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship quarter-final against Ryan Moore at Dove Mountain on Saturday.
The US-based Englishman, looking to win his first tournament in America for five years and, with it, to move to number three in the world, was four up after the first nine holes, having picked up shots on his opponent on the first, third, sixth, eighth and ninth holes, with Moore winning one back on the fourth.
Following Donald round the course in the day’s second last-eight tie were America’s Matt Kuchar and YE Yang, with Kuchar two shots ahead after seven holes.
World number two Martin Kaymer led Ryder Cup team-mate Miguel Angel Jimenez by two after seven holes, with Jimenez’s putting often leaving him in trouble against the ice-cool German.
Big hitting Bubba Watson was horribly out of form in his tie against JB Holmes and was trailing by three after six holes.