Don’t love the idea of him playing 46 holes in two days (and he probably doesn’t either) but he’s a world-class grinder. He won’t let it rattle him. Plus that steamy weather should help keep his back oily. His glutes too.
Same goes for Koepka. he misses his shorter birdie putt at the last. Woodland’s birdie putt sneaks by the left side. He’ll have a short one for par. Koepka and Woodland both reach the 18th green with their second shots. Fowler just can’t make a birdie putt drop. He settles for par at 18 to finish at -9.
Woods drains it. He’ll sign for a four-under 66 and he’s four under for the event six shots back. Again this comes after he started the event with a double and a bogey. Those three shots still loom large. JT pars and is six under and very much in this thing. Rory finishes three under and needs to start moving quickly in his third round. That’s all for now for the blog. Back in a bit.