Tiger once again can’t make his birdie putt at 18. So he settles for a third-round 66. It’s hard to be disappointed with a 66 but it could have been so so so much better for Tiger today. Remember Gary Woodland? He just birdied 14 to move into sole possession of second at -9.
Justin Thomas makes birdie at 17 to join the group at -9. Tiger talks after his round: Woodland fails to reach the putting surface with his second at 16. His ball stops on the collar.
At 3 Kisner for birdie…comes up about 2 revolutions short. He’ll stay -8. And charging up ahead is none other than Jordan Spieth who kicks in a birdie on 8 to move to -6. Things are happening at Bellerive.