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.
Fair point on the creakiness but the best scenario for Woods would’ve been no storm and no weather delay at all. Friday was quite possibly the softest most gettable setup in major championship history. Hard to know if the elements will conspire to make it equally inviting on Saturday. (Although I suppose it’ll still be soft.)
The cracks in Koepka’s game are few and far between and it will take a seriously epic round to beat him. I don’t see it happening. Kopeka claims his third major in 14 months at 15 under. Tiger 4th at 11 under. Welcome to Moving Day at the 2018 PGA Championship. We are following all of Saturday’s action at Bellerive Country Club with our Live Blog.