Jordan Spieth nearly jarred a wedge for eagle at 14: Koepka hits a beautiful wedge into the 9th green. He’ll have yet another good look at birdie to close out his front nine. Tiger can’t convert a 10-15 footer for birdie at 13. It just missed on the low side. Stress-free par for Woods. Tiger busted out a classic club-twirl on the 11th tee:
That’s a par for Tiger on the 3rd. He’s headed to the fourth two under after three and six under total. Tiger finds the green at the par-3 3rd but a long birdie putt coming up. Maybe 50 feet or so. Tiger drains it. Birdie at the 2nd and he’s six under T9 and four back.
Woodland comes up 10-12 feet short with his long eagle putt at 17. Fowler sticks his approach at 18. Koepka hits a great second shot at 17 to about 18 feet. He’ll have that for an eagle to grow his lead.