Tiger Woods entered the final round of the 2018 PGA Championship very much in contention. The 14-time major champion sat four strokes back of the leader, Brooks Koepka, heading into round No. 4.
Woods, of course, is going to need a lot of birdies this afternoon to have a chance to win it.
The 42-year-old golfer got a great look at a birdie on No. 1, but the putt lipped out.
GAH. Hit the hole. Didn't drop. Lipped on the left. That was less than 10 feet. Par at 1. Wonder if that bumped.
— Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) August 12, 2018
It didn’t take long for Woods to rebound.
Woods’ drive off No. 2 came a little close to the water, but it held on. This made for an awkward stance for Woods, but it didn’t matter.
Check out this shot:
Awkward stance? No problem for Tiger. pic.twitter.com/ZKe1bfymrl
— Mark Harris (@TweetsByHarris) August 12, 2018
He tapped in that putt for an easy birdie.
And, watch out, Tiger is about to birdie hole No. 3 to get to 10-under par.
Hold on, folks. Tiger is coming.