Totally agree with that Jess. Brooks is so low key it does in a way come across as apathetic. The 18th hole was awkward and Koepka’s early tap-in also denied Jim Nantz a chance to seal the moment with a signature pun to be replayed for generations.
He’s on the board! Birdie for Woods at 17. For you math whizzes that’s the conclusion of his first nine (He started on No. 9). But still one hole on his back nine. Whatever you make of that Woods is one under with nine holes to play.
Tiger hits another wild tee shot at 9. He has not hit a single fairway today. This time his ball ends up on a cart path to the left of the fairway. Justin Thomas bounces back with a birdie at 10 to get to -11 one behind Koepka. A look at Koepka’s birdie at 7: