On 8 Rickie Fowler pitches it close and kicks in the birdie on the par 5 to get to -10 the third player to reach double digits under par. Woods now from the fairway and he finds the back tier of the green. Another solid iron shot. He’ll have about 10 feet left for birdie.
Rickie Fowler pars 16 to stay at -8. Jon Rahm birdies 17 to move into a tie for second at -9 two back. Brandon Stone nearly jarred an ace on the fly at 16 and damaged the cup in the process: Woodland makes par to counter Koepka’s bogey. Koepka’s lead is suddenly down to two shots.
Tiger’s putt for par catches a piece of the lip but stays out. Ouch. Missed it to the right. It’s his first bogey of the day and he drops to three under seven off the lead. Tiger’s pitch shot is away and it’s … OK. Comes up about 4 feet short. That’ll be for par on one of the toughest holes on the course.