Koepka (-13) now has a four-shot lead over Rickie Fowler Kevin Kisner and Adam Scott. But Koepka might be in trouble with his tee shot at 11. Here’s a look at Matt Wallace’s ace at 16: Once again Tiger can’t sink a makeable birdie putt at 15. That makes it six-straight pars for Woods.
Goooood morning golf fans. How’d everyone sleep? Not well enough? Same. We’re going to get Round 2 started (for the second time) and we’ll be giving you wall-to-wall coverage of the featured group of Tiger Woods Rory McIlroy and Justin Thomas. They’re about to get going now.
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.