Ernie Els? See ya.
Jim Furyk? Buh-bye.
Tiger Woods? Uh, not so much.
On a day when 13 of the higher seeds lost their opening-round matches at the Accenture Match Play Championship, Woods proved exactly why he's the world's top-ranked player, coming from behind to defeat J.B. Holmes with a furious birdie (and eagle) barrage on the back nine.
Just for that, Woods' reward is ... a second-round match with Arron Oberholser on Thursday. Such is the case at this tourney, where there is no rest for the weary.
Let's break down all 16 second-round matches:
Jason Sobel is ESPN.com's golf editor. He can be reached at Jason.Sobel@espn3.com.