Woods for birdie…and it drops RIGHT IN THE HEART. A phenomenal finish. The crowd is thundering. Looks like he’s going to come up just shot but that is a 64 with no fairways hit on the opening nine holes. Amazing stuff. He’s -14 for the event.
Oooo a little drama still remains. Koepka tugs the birdie putt and taps for par. A little nervy there. Scott now has a birdie putt from about 10 feet to get within one. Back at 17 Koepka’s chip shot is feathery and fantastic. Got about 5 feet for birdie.
No. Just because Albert Pujols hits less home runs than he used to doesn’t mean the mid-2000s pitching at the top of pro baseball wasn’t still great. It’s a folly take and Dylan Dethier said as much on his great Internet TV show called the Drop Zone.