That makes for a few approach shots of 200 yards or so with a 4- or 5-iron.
It's one thing to be looked upon with awe. "That's when I tend to play my best golf". The forecast says that there will be an overcast Saturday and Sunday, but the chances of rain are low. "No matter how good your drive is, you've still got to roll them and still got to make putts, and I didn't putt very well today". "You've just got to be in it to win it".
If he can move into the top-five seeds for the finale, he can guarantee the FedEx title if he wins at Atlanta's East Lake Golf Club. After a rough start off the tee, Woods wound up hitting nine of 14 fairways.
"I'm trying to bring that attitude of how important the majors are to these weeks, trying to be better about making sure that every PGA Tour event I'm focused as I am in the majors".
Woods said he's spent the week-plus since the PGA Championship tinkering with equipment, trying to figure out how to get the ball in play off the tee.
"I feel like my next wins are coming soon".
But, ranked sixth on the points standings, Day has again given himself a red-hot chance at becoming the first Australian to claim the FedEx Cup crown. Woods reached the green in three and holed a 12-footer. You know, we had a great second-place finish last time.
This week's Web.com Tour event in Columbus, Ohio, kicks off the secondary circuit's four-tournament "finals" series, but with an earlier finish planned starting next year on the PGA Tour, the secondary circuit will have to adjust as well.
"I remember when I took the soft cast off, and I went to push down on the shampoo bottle or the soap bottle, it hurt to do that", Koepka said. He is fourth in driving accuracy, fourth in scrambling, T-10 in proximity to the hole, and twentieth in SG: around-the-green. That came on the heels of a T-28 at the Open Championship in July. Lefty shot his second straight 68 on Friday and got to 6 under, within one of Patrick Cantlay's 7-under lead after the Friday morning wave.
FedEx Cup Champion: 1 (2016). Woods, a right-handed golfer, acknowledged that was a mistake by the ad-makeup people and pointed out that he is the betting favorite.
The bottom-tier is a little tricky, and will be until the 2017-18 season is completely over. However, a guy that I pops-up in my model this week is Chris Kirk.
He also missed the cut in the opening two Play-Off events of 2015. "I've gotten opportunities to get a couple of exemptions the last couple years at RSM Classic and Barbasol Championship". Out of everyone down in this range, he seems to have the best shot at finishing in the top 33% of the field this week.
"I've done it two of the last three tournaments I've played and they were big events, so I'm not that far away from getting it done", he said.
Fans can relate to him more, even though he hasn't won. But, given the way the course is playing, it's hard to see him pulling out that elusive first win.