Woods’s par putt never sniffs the hole. That hurts. Looked like a misread. Woods drops back to 3 over. Woods’s lag all things considered is strong. It runs about 5 feet past. That’s left for par.
Same goes for Koepka. he misses his shorter birdie putt at the last. Woodland’s birdie putt sneaks by the left side. He’ll have a short one for par. Koepka and Woodland both reach the 18th green with their second shots. Fowler just can’t make a birdie putt drop. He settles for par at 18 to finish at -9.
Rickie Fowler misses another birdie try at 14. He’s also stuck at -8 with Tiger. Oh no! Tiger MISSES his three-footer for birdie at 17! A devastating three-putt for Tiger who stays stuck at -8. Tiger powers his eagle putt past the hole at 17. Koepka saves par again at 13 to remain at -13.
Koepka heads into the final round with a two-shot lead over Adam Scott. Woodland will start Sunday three behind. Thanks for reading and join us again tomorrow for the final round live blog!
Don’t love the idea of him playing 46 holes in two days (and he probably doesn’t either) but he’s a world-class grinder. He won’t let it rattle him. Plus that steamy weather should help keep his back oily. His glutes too.