Adam Scott two-putts for birdie at 17 to move to -10 just one back of Koepka. Koepka hits his tee shot at 16 over the green into deep rough. After a long wait on the 16 tee Woodland hits an ugly tee shot wide right on the par 3. Jason Day finished off a round of 67 with a par at 18. He’s also tied with the group at -8.
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.
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.