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.
The relentless consistency can be compared only to what Big Jack did. Woods caught Phil at the height of his powers but he did not have a Lee Trevino a Billy Casper a Tom Watson and a Gary Player constantly nipping at his heels. They were to borrow from Alan studs in any era.
On a day with plenty of low scores Tiger’s wasn’t among them. Not out of the tournament by any means but in need of some more birdies on Friday and Saturday to get into contention.