Meanwhile Gary Woodland chunks a shot into the water on 2. That was ugly. …but he rallies to stick an approach from the drop zone and will only make a bogey. Still Brooks Koepka looks like he’s about to be tied for the lead here.
Sunday Sunday at Bellerive Raceway: Tiger goes out in 30 takes over the leaderboard and the tournament for a nanosecond slumbers home in 37 — ouch city — and in the end is an afterthought (if Tiger Woods can ever be an afterthought). Brooks Koepka shoots a Steady Eddie round of even par (that is 68 — level for him) and wins by a three-ish.
Tiger coming out hot for Round 3 as he sticks it at the 2nd. Will have a short birdie putt coming up. Here we got for Tiger’s third round. He’s grouped with Webb Simpson and Stewart Cink and what a start! Birdie at the opener — knocked in a 15-footer — and he’s down to five under.