Koepka burns the edge with his long birdie putt at 12. A tap-in par for our leader to remain at -13. Fowler hits a poor chip from deep rough at 13. He’ll have a good 25 feet to save par.
Both Woodland and Koepka make clutch putts at 16 to save par. They remain at -9 and -11 respectively. Koepka blows his chip well past the hole at 16. He’ll have to sink a good 10-footer to avoid his third bogey in a row.
I don’t imagine Tiger will be a factor in this great championship when the big trophy is heaved Sunday night — we hope! — but since you asked: long Saturdays on wet courses where others complain has always been good for him and should be again.