The day was over-except no, not quite.
Koepka and Scott tee off at 2:55 PM in Bellerive.
The Golf Channel's Justin Ray highlights how good the scoring was on Friday, tweeting that it was only the second time in major championship history that there were two scores of 63 in the same round.
On Sunday, finally, they'll collide. After the slow start on Thursday saw him play the first two holes in 3 over par, he has played the remaining 52 holes in 11 under. The 42-year-old's day began at 7am as he resumed his second round and he played the 10 holes he had left to complete in one-under to post a four-under halfway total. "Sometimes you are in your own mind and don't know where you are at". But when it comes to Woods in 2018, it's the show.
For Woods, that meant stirring hours before the 7 a.m. local tee time to go through a stretching and therapy routine that is required of a guy who has had four back surgeries. "It was like turning back the hands of the clock", said Cink, who's also at eight under for the tournament.
"You always feel like you've got something to prove, whether it be to yourself or somebody else", said Koepka, who will take a two-stroke lead into the final round following a third-round 66.
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"I feel like I played well today", said Woods, who only returned to competitive golf in November after undergoing spinal fusion surgery in April past year.
Woods completed a 66 in the delayed second round on Saturday morning and added another in round three, but ran out of steam after a front nine of 31 and 10 closing pars included a three-putt from 20 feet on the 17th.
He has not made a putt of longer than 17 feet over three days, and has only made five putts of more than 10 feet all week. Woods is the most intriguing challenger, of course, because he has made remarkably fast progress in this comeback, and because he was four off the 54-hole lead at Carnoustie - just like he is at Bellerive - before he surged to the top of the board and flipped the sports world on its ear. A little boy in a neon shirt perched on a tree branch above them.
Kisner had also had the opportunity to shoot 62 after covering the back nine in 29 and picking up another birdie on the seventh, only to bogey the ninth, his final hole of the day. Instead, he may have overcorrected.
So much for Woods being exhausted after all that exertion he has expended this year in returning from three back operations. I struggled to hit it as the greens were getting slower.
I'm not totally sure what to do with that. "So it was nice to get some work in with Phil at the Open, and then I've had a couple weeks to work on it".
As the final groups teed off Woods was four shots off the lead, but he was far from alone in taking advantage of the ideal conditions, with defending champion Justin Thomas making a birdie at the first and 2015 victor Jason Day picking up shots on the first and third. "Everybody out here is so good, and you look at this leaderboard and there are names that I've grown up watching that everybody else loves to watch play, and it should be an exciting day tomorrow". So there's no feeding putts.