Unfortunately a lot. It’s a huge bummer to lose that in-the-zone momentum and nearly impossible to reclaim it when you’ve been interrupted. Can he still have a great back nine on Saturday? Sure. But I think we’ll all wonder what could have been if he were able to continue what he started this afternoon.
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.
With his next bunker shot Woodland sails the green AGAIN! He’s ended up in his own foot prints from his first bunker shot. Yikes. Woodland’s bunker shot sails right over the green into another bunker. Kisner has a much better result.