Woods with driver on the tee on the par 4..and he probably needs to make this which is of course impossible. As it is he splits the fairway. And he drains it! On to 18. Woods blasts out of the sand. He’s got 8 feet for par and he absolutely has to make it.
I like the Zach Johnson call (in that same spirit I wouldn’t mind seeing a gritty Kevin Kisner in there) but this lineup is so loaded I think Furyk’s most important task is going to be keeping the team vibe as loose and relaxed as possible. That and finding Sunday shirts that are better looking than the one Furyk himself wore on Sunday in ‘99. That shouldn’t be too tough either.
JT splits the fairway on 14. Position A. Now back to Woods lining up a birdie on 11. On 10 Koepka flies the green and his ball settles in the back bunker. Tough up and down from there to save a par.