Now if you want to compare eras let’s talk about what Hogan would have done in this era. Maybe a Zach Johnson type? But you can’t say that. The Hogan mythology is just too strong. And for various reasons I won’t mention here people feel freer to take shots at Tiger.
Woods is staying with that new(ish) TalyMade mallet putt this week and he pours in the par saver. He’ll head to 11 even through two holes.
Made it! Back to red figures. Right in the center for a birdie 4. Not a great play from Woods there. 12 feet left for his birdie. Smokes his second shot down the fairway landing just short and left of the green. 30-yard chip upcoming.
All four of you nailed it but I’ll add thisKoepka seemed like he could have (should have?) shot about 62 in the final round. That’s pretty wild.
Justin Thomas sinks another birdie at 5 to move to -10. Fowler makes his third-straight par to open the day. Tiger hits a 7-iron from the fairway bunker at 4 and comes up 50 yards short of the green. Koepka hits a poor approach at 2. He’ll have a long way for birdie.