...historically one of the most challenging tracks of the year played at one of the most beautiful courses in the world.
Have only been able to catch it after I get home from work @ 6:00 pm. (Little later this evening, because I took China Red to her 2nd Physical Therapy session. She's doing great, working at it, bless her heart. I'm hopeful she can ditch the walker by the end of June.)
My man Brooks Koepka (looking for a three-peat which has only been done once before more than a century ago.) is lurking like a snake in the weeds!
Here's the standings after two rounds.
Tiger's at EVEN par.
Ought to be a good weekend of golf!
Going to drive down with my Pops and 2 little brothers to Marietta and play at Falconhead tomorrow.
30 year tradition for the patriarch of our clan. 85 years young, and he shot his age at Lincoln East Wednesday.
...after 3 rounds of play the leaderboard standings look like this,
These are the likely suspects for emerging as the winner tomorrow. Woodland has never won when leading after 3 rounds. Doesn't mean he won't tomorrow.
Hoping Koepka's recent success in Majors, helps him deal with the pressure and allows him to become the 1st American EVER to win 3 Straight U.S. Opens.