On 12 Woods from 14 feet for birdie…and it burns the edge. He taps for par and stays eight under tied for sixth and very much in the mix. From 100 yards on the par 5 8th Koepka nearly jars it on the fly before it sucks back to about 6 feet. That’s for birdie to get to -12.
Koepka burns the edge with his long birdie putt at 12. A tap-in par for our leader to remain at -13. Fowler hits a poor chip from deep rough at 13. He’ll have a good 25 feet to save par.
Kisner and Woodland found the front bunker at 10. Koepka? He’s got a mid-ranger for birdie. Tiger really needs to make something happen now and he gets it started right at 15 bombing a drive down the center of the fairway.