Putts won’t drop, but Woods moves up the board at PGA anyway
Putts won’t drop, but Woods moves up the board at PGA anyway
Golf Channel host praises Gary Woodland, throws shade at Mizzou during PGA Championship | The Kansas City Star
13 August, 2018, 02:20
After netting five birdies on the front nine, he'd shot even par since, and to knock his score down to 10 under for the tournament would have done wonders.
On Saturday, Woods said the only other course where he's played a major with greens so soft was Southern Hills, in Tulsa-the site of his most recent PGA Championship victory, in 2007.
"He was just shaking his head", Finau said after finishing the rain-delayed round this morning with a 4-under 66, a round that featured just four pars. That included Koepka. The back-to-back U.S. Open victor sprinted away from the field for much of the afternoon, at one point grabbing a 5-stroke lead.
"Another low round", Woods said. And hopefully I go out and play decent tomorrow and see what happens.
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UPDATE No. 4 (2:30 p.m. ET): Defending champion Justin Thomas opens with birdie and he's now just three back at 9 under.
"It was nice to have that in my back pocket, been there in that same situation and came out on top".
Many wearing Jayhawks on either their golf caps, shirts, or both, fell into a stunned silence as Woodland made his way from the 10th green to the 11th tee box, staring at the manual scoreboard being carried between the ropes, the board that showed Woodland had fallen six strokes behind Koepka, his two playing partner along with Kevin Kisner.
A crowd of reporters laughed at Koepka's retelling, but it's clear this is one golfer who doesn't often find real or imagined slights amusing.
Woods had missed only one putt through his first eight holes.
Through three rounds, Woods is 10 under on the front nine, but he's 2 over on the back.
With a birdie at No. 8, Woods moved back to 10-under, somehow hanging in there despite his lack of familiarity with the fairways for a stretch.
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Being unable to score on the back nine has been a constant for Woods all week. He went double bogey-bogey on 11 and 12 to fall out of the lead and finished tied for sixth. He not only changed shirts this time, he changed colors - from a gray-and-white striped design early in the round to royal blue from the fifth hole on. "Twenty-nine holes, it's not necessarily the physical, it's this mentally grinding that hard for 29 holes in this heat".
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