FORT WORTH, Texas — Charlie Wi took advantage of playing partner David Tom's third-round collapse Saturday to take a one-stroke lead into the final round of the Colonial.

FORT WORTH, Texas — Charlie Wi took advantage of playing partner David Tom's third-round collapse Saturday to take a one-stroke lead into the final round of the Colonial.

Wi, seven strokes behind Toms at the start of the round, shot a 4-under 66 to reach 13 under. After opening with bogey-free 62s to tie the PGA Tour record for the first 36 holes, Toms had a 74 to fall to second.

Wi took the lead with a 32-foot birdie putt on the par-3 16th hole soon after a weather delay. After Wi holed the putt, Toms' 16-foot par chance just missed for a two-stroke swing.

The 44-year-old Toms, coming off a playoff loss last week in The Players Championship, opened with a birdie, but had three bogeys in a five-hole stretch. Worse was a three-putt from 71/2; feet for double bogey at No. 14, where Wi chipped to 12 feet to save par right before a 1-hour, 20-minute delay.

World Match Play Championship

At Casares, Spain, Luke Donald will meet Martin Kaymer in the World Match Play Championship semifinals today, with the No. 1 spot firmly in their sights after top-ranked Lee Westwood's loss.

Westwood's 1-up loss to Ryder Cup teammate Ian Poulter in the round of 16, left Westwood vulnerable at the top of the rankings — and his closest pursuers took advantage at Finca Cortesin.

The second-ranked Donald beat Johan Edfors in 19 holes, then edged Masters champion Charl Schwartzel 2-up in the quarterfinals. No. 3 Kaymer beat Soren Kjeldsen 3 and 2, and Alvaro Quiros 2-up.

Sybase Match Play Championship

At Gladstone, N.J., Angela Stanford birdied four of the final five holes to beat Paula Creamer 2-up and set up an all-America semifinal with Cristie Kerr in the Sybase Match Play Championship.

Top-seeded Na Yeon Choi of South Korea will face No. 3 Suzann Pettersen of Norway in the other semifinal this morning at Hamilton Farm Golf Club.

The championship in the $1.5 million tournament will be decided this afternoon, with Stanford looking to reach the final for the second straight year. She lost to Sun Young Yoo last year.

Madeira Islands Open

At Porto Santo, Madeira Islands, Northern Ireland's Michael Hoey shot a 5-under 67 for a share of the third-round lead with England's Jamie Elson in the Madeira Islands Open.

Elson had a 68 to match Hoey at 9-under 207 at Porto Santo Golf, the Seve Ballesteros-designed course that features 500-foot seaside cliffs. England's Chris Gane (70), Scotland's Alastair Forsyth (69) and France's Francois Delamontagne (71) were two strokes back in the event sanctioned by the European Tour and the developmental European Challenge Tour.