Fowler just misses an eight-footer for par at 10. He drops down to -9 four shots back. Tiger taps in for another par at 14. Missed opportunity there. Koepka is starting to pull away. Here’s Koepka’s birdie putt at 9: Rickie Fowler is now tied for second with Woodland. Both trail Koepka by three.
Tiger off the tee on 12. Driver. Destroyed. Dead center. He’s feeling it right now. On 8 Koepka sends a drive into the trees left. Kisner finds the fairway. And ahead on 12 Spieth’s 5th shot catches the ridge of the green and dies about 15 feet short. That’s for double.
As we catch our breath a look at the leaderboard: Koepka -11 Woodland -10 Kisner and Fowler -9 Tiger part of a pack at -8. And Woods drops the par putt! Punctuated by a mini fist pump. That’s the first time he’s parred the hole in three rounds. He’s still eight under right in the thick of it.