It was a long climb, but Tiger Woods is back atop the golf world. Woods couldn’t capitalize on Molinari’s predicament and, Molinari seized the moment with a par putt to maintain the three-stroke edge on Woods and Finau. With par at the hole, Molinari stayed at 13 under, while Woods and Finau fell to three strokes off the pace with bogeys. With Molinari and Finau parring the hole, Woods pounced with a birdie that put him one stroke back of Molinari, who remains the leader at 13 under. As Woods and Finau found they had company at two shots off the lead when Brooks Koepka birdied the second hole, Woods send his second shot skittering onto the fairway and out of trouble.
Source: Washington Post April 14, 2019 11:19 UTC