Here’s a look at Day’s birdie putt at 2: Tiger’s iron of the 2nd tee flirts with the water but stays safe in the end. Jason Day rolls in a nice birdie at 2 to join the group at -9. Ouch Tiger’s ball grazes the cup and stays out. Par for Woods at 1 Woodland too.
He’s showing the depth of his desire the depth of his talent the fight deep within him. With much less game we’re able to see the building blocks that made Tiger Tiger in the first place.
Can’t say it any better. Without Tiger Phil and Ernie probably have 7+ majors…and Chris DiMarco might have a couple! There was a ton of depth in Tiger’s heyday just as there is now.
There are eight players currently tied at -9 three shots behind Koepka. BIRDIE. Tiger rolls in his 4-footer at 2 for his first birdie of the day. He moves into a tie for third at -9. Now for our leaderBrooks Koepka crushes his driver into the middle of the fairway at the 1st. Adam Scott hits driver too but his shot sails left into thick rough.
Every year 20 hopeful PGA of America club pros qualify for the chance to tee it up alongside the full-time Tour pros in the PGA Championship. And every year there are calls to end the tradition. Critics will say that the club pros simply aren’t competitive and dilute the field by taking 20 spots that could be awarded to higher-caliber players.