DeChambeau takes 1-shot lead as Woods lurks at Memorial

Jo Caldwell
June 6, 2018

Cantlay, who aced the par-3 eighth hole during the third round, holds a two-shot cushion over 54-hole leader Bryson DeChambeau and Kyle Stanley at 15 under, while former amateur world No.1 Joaquin Niemann shares fourth two shots back. He hit the ball so pure last Friday that he missed five putts inside 7 feet and still shot 67. On a soft course yielding low scores, he made seven birdies to join Stanley (66) at 11-under 133.

Jutanugarn, a 22-year-old from Thailand, made a clutch bunker shot to within a foot of the hole to save par, beating South Korea's Hyo-Joo Kim, who shot a 5-under 67 in the final round to force the playoff.

A 90-minute weather day seemed to boring his momentum as the former world number one made pars on the next three holes but he snatched his fifth birdie at 15 before giving the shot back at the 17th to finish on a combined 139.

Tiger Woods was looking for a bounce back after a 72 on Thursday, and he can not have been too disappointed with a second round of 67, which included an eagle from 95 yards at the par-five 11th, which moved him to five-under. He was six behind.

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It wasn't his first time at Muirfield Village, just Ancer's first time playing the tournament.

"I'm not really thinking about my position but I'm really happy about my game right now", she said. "And I made a few tweaks in my swing, my setup and I was able to make some good swings and turned the whole thing around".

"I missed a lot of short putts, which is, you know, something I don't normally do, which is just frustrating", he said. This was his 3rd under-par hole in a row and moved An to 5 under for the round.

Woods played the last five holes of the front nine in five under, starting with his second eagle of the week. And then he three-putted two of the last three holes, missing a par putt just over 3 feet on the 18th, and all he had to show for it was a 68. But I'm a different player over the last year, so I just went out with a game plan of fairways, greens and it's been working kind of all year. "Had total control of what I was doing out there and just didn't finish it off".

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"Nobody ever said 'how's your record, Jack?' as I've always said that if Tiger comes back and plays then I've said he's still got a shot at breaking my record".

Woods, who insisted a "stiff" back that bothered him in the early going was nothing to worry about as he continues his comeback from back surgery, birdied three in a row on his inward run.

Rory McIlroy, remarkably, has reason to feel the same way. He finished with a par save from just off the ninth green and reached 11-under 133. McIlroy made three birdies and an eagle on the front nine and three more birdies on the back, with nary a bogey on the card, rising from tied for 67th to tied for 11th.

The noise was so loud many of Woods fellow competitors, including World No 1 Justin Thomas, simply stopped play.

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Since his closing 64 at the Masters, Spieth has finished at least 12 shots behind the victor in his three tournaments and missed the cut in his final event before heading to Shinnecock Hills for the U.S. Open.

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