Published: Sun, April 14, 2019
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

'What was he thinking?': Tiger Woods in insane moment with security guard

'What was he thinking?': Tiger Woods in insane moment with security guard

Molinari holed a couple of clutch putts in his five opening pars before picking up shots at the sixth and eighth as he cruised to the turn in 34, and he came close to a rare ace at the 12th to set up the birdie that ignited his charge to the top of the leaderboard.

Who will bring home the green jacket? "This is now three straight majors that I've been in the mix and so it's good stuff". Day also shot a 67.

"I felt like the first round was kind of where I was on the weekend last week and then I thought today was a bit better, " Spieth said. They are all scheduled to tee off Saturday between 2:25 and 2:45 p.m.Tiger Woods, Dustin Johnson, Justin Harding and Xander Schauffele are all one shot back.

"It is what it is", Woods said.

Tiger Woods had just punched out of the woods along the 14th fairway when a highly overzealous Georgia Bureau of Investigation security guard, determined to keep the surging patrons at bay, slipped and almost snapped Woods' ankle.

Looming just as large was Woods, who atoned for missing two birdie chances inside 8 feet on the back nine with consecutive birdie putts from 30 feet that sent him to a 4-under 68 and left him one shot behind.

He didn't show any trouble the rest of the way, and didn't find much interest in talking about it after his round except to say "accidents happen" and "it's all good".

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A birdie on the 10th was immediately cancelled out on the next and another bogey looked on the cards after his drive on the 13th clipped a tree - but after pitching out on to the fairway McIlroy hit his approach to 13 feet and holed for birdie.

Woods then managed to make a miraculous birdie from out of nowhere to put himself right into the thick of the action.

Scott, the 2013 Masters champion, eagled the par-5 15th to reach eight-under but a bogey at 16 dropped him back into the pack. It must be the hills, because I've been playing and hitting a lot of balls recently with no ill-effects.

Koepka fired a 71 despite a double-bogey disaster at the par-5 second hole, birdies at 15 and 18 salvaging a sub-par round.

Finau, a 29-year-old American became the third player to shoot an 8-under 64 in the third round of the Masters.

A more aggressive approach looked set to pay dividends as McIlroy hit his drive to the edge of the green on the short third, but after a poor chip the four-time major victor lipped out for birdie.

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