I’m with Alan. For starters the guy is in the final group! Here’s the thing he’s playing for fellow Aussie Jarrod Lyle — “it would be more than twice the thrill for me” to win this week he said — and I believe in these sorts of things working out.
Tiger sticks his approach to 10 feet at 18. He could really use a birdie to keep pace and give himself a chance tomorrow. For the first time in two rounds Koepka surrenders a shot at 14. He falls to -12 but still leads by four.
Jordan Spieth nearly jarred a wedge for eagle at 14: Koepka hits a beautiful wedge into the 9th green. He’ll have yet another good look at birdie to close out his front nine. Tiger can’t convert a 10-15 footer for birdie at 13. It just missed on the low side. Stress-free par for Woods. Tiger busted out a classic club-twirl on the 11th tee: