Once the ball landed it picked up speed and as if drawn by a magnet obediently curved toward the hole. Woods pumped his fist in celebration. Snedeker who played alongside Woods for the fourth time this season simply smiled and laughed.
Woods made his lone blemish at 13 overcooking a 7-iron at the par 3 and had to scramble for bogey. But Woods bounced back with a birdie at 14 and closed with four pars. Snedeker has had a front row seat for much of Woods’s 2018 comeback and came away impressed with his latest effort.
In typical Bubba fashion there’s a hilarious story — call it potty humor — about his hole-out. Watson had to go to the bathroom and asked fellow playing competitor Cameron Smith whether he knew if there was a restroom nearby. Turns out there was one on the way to the next hole. “If you can wait a couple more shots” Smith said.