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Brooks Koepka continues to dominate

Brooks Koepka continues to dominate

Koepka steams his tee shot on the second straight down the middle. Spieth does likewise with a three wood. They’ll approach the 30 ft elevation up to the green from the perfect spots. Koepka goes first and, as at the first, plays the perfect approach shot which gives him a six foot putt for birdie.

Koepka steams his tee shot on the second straight down the middle. Spieth does likewise with a three wood. They’ll approach the 30 ft elevation up to the green from the perfect spots.

Koepka goes first and, as at the first, plays the perfect approach shot which gives him a six foot putt for birdie.

Spieth catches his one really heavy, hates it as soon as it leaves the club, and barely makes the green. His first putt leaves him with a fiddly one for par and he’ll go again – three shots since Koepka last took one… Tentatively rolled in for a par. 

Koepka, from six feet, birdies the second and is now eight clear.

Elsewhere, Justin Rose, on the easiest hole on the course (fourth), three putts and bogies. Sloppy stuff. He does, however, hole a very difficult fifteen footer to save par at the fifth.

Adam Scott’s wobbly start sees him playing out of the rough on two, just as he did on one, and go into the sand. He does well to salvage another par.

Dustin Johnson started with a birdie at the first, a bogie at the second, and has now birdied the third. 

Tommy Fleetwood was in trouble off the tee at seven, got himself to within striking distance of a par, but left the putt short. His putter has been stone cold so far today which is a real shame because some of his approach work has been bob on.



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