Justin Rose/getty Justin Rose beat Tiger Woods in the semi's of the Turkish Airlines World Golf Final at the Antalya Club by one shot, in what he termed an "ugly match" The turning point was Justin's chip for eagle at hole 14; " It was a great day, it was an ugly match until the end. It was hard to come out and get a rhythm going this afternoon for the both of us. It felt like the Ryder Cup to be honest, the transition between morning and afternoon felt difficult there and today. There's also a lot more noise and kerfuffle when playing with Tiger, but I hung in there and tried to draw upon the fast finishes I've had of late and got a stroke of luck on 14. I just had to look up and give Tiger a wry smile, there's not much you can do about that." Tiger admitted that 14 was the momentum changer; "That was a big switch right there. All of a sudden I was one down with four to go. It's a neat format because it's never over until the end, but it's frustrating that I lost two matches by one shot and just did not play well enough to win those matches." Lee Westwood/getty Lee Westwood was delighted to play some special golf to beat Charl Schwartzel in the other semi with a superb round of 61 to annihilate Charl by six strokes; " It was just one of those days where I got on a roll and the hole started to look bigger and that's not happened for a while, it was pretty special stuff. I'm just pleased to be playing well and getting back in the swing of things after the Ryder Cup, with no hangover from that." When asked if he pleased that he was now guaranteed at least a million, Lee said; "I hadn't really thought about that. it's nice obviously. I have been successful in golf and done very well, and I am in the fortunate position now of going to tournaments with the sole purpose of trying to win. I know what a luxury I have to play this game and play it for fortunes, it's not often you see me miserable is it? I try and play with a smile because I know how lucky I am."