“It’s like the same look the same stampings but my name” Spaun said. Billy Horschel’s 64 was nearly as spectacular. He hit 17 greens and made nearly 155 feet of putts after cutting his PXG putter down to 33 1/2 inches.
So was the execution. No putter required for Woods who chipped in for a birdie that jump-started his round. “I just had a feeling” Leishman said. “I’ve never really said that but it just had his name written all over it and in it went so it made me look good.”
“That’s OK” his dad said. “Just win me that trophy and we’ll call it even!” “It’s a long time ago isn’t it?” McDowell said as he finished retelling the story. Long enough for McDowell 38 to dip from No. 13 when he hoisted his major trophy to No. 219 in the Official World Golf Ranking entering this week at the Genesis Open.