Koepka burns the edge with his long birdie putt at 12. A tap-in par for our leader to remain at -13. Fowler hits a poor chip from deep rough at 13. He’ll have a good 25 feet to save par.
And another thing Scott’s long been held back by his putting but these greens are slow and break little and can help even the sketchiest putter get hot. He’s 192nd in Strokes Gained putting for the season. This week he’s 24th. Scott shoots 65 to win at 15 under while Woods shows flashes but shoots 67 and finishes four back.
Adam Scott just birdied 16 to move into a tie for second with Woodland at -9. Koepka is stuck directly behind a tree and he’s decided to take an unplayable lie. Here’s Woodland’s birdie at 14: Koepka hits a shaky drive at 15 into the trees to the right. Cracks are beginning to show.