Option two: Chip out sideways back to the fairway.
"When you get inside the ropes, everything kind of goes away". I was trying to get over a 16-hour time difference. "The back nine today, I could have easily made two or three putts for birdies, but I was happy nonetheless".
The brand-savvy Fowler, who works tirelessly to be known more for how he plays than the garb he adorns, won big, and at a crucial time. He tied for eighth.
Russell Knox has remained at No 19 in the world rankings after suffering his second missed cut in succession. Money also came in on Phil MIckelson, Tyrrell Hatton and Matt Kuchar, while the odds on players like Justin Thomas, Zach Johnson and Danny Willett increased in the last week.
Morgan Hoffman fired a 68 to finish in a second-place tie with Woodland.
Bryan's performance so far continues the momentum he built up last week at the Genesis Open when he finished fourth. He and his brother, who grew up in SC and attended the same high school (Dutch Fork) as Johnson, stumbled into making videos. It's been known to blow in Oklahoma; the key is to hit the ball solid. If you're playing from three, four shots behind, you can't make a mistake. He was on his way. Woodland had a few more chances, but could not capitalize. He was asked that day about the talent gap between the Web.com Tour and the PGA Tour. "I like the spot where we're at right now". "I have a lot of confidence going forward".
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Sergio Garcia and fellow Spaniard Rafa Cabrera-Bello, who plays at Hero Indian Open next month, shot two-under 68 each to be tied-24th on a day when more than half of the field was at par or better. Some guys made some good moves.
Then again, confidence goes a long way, and he picked up plenty of it with his three victories a year ago on the Web.com Tour.
Fowler recovered from a slow start to pull clear of the chasing pack in breezy conditions at PGA National, with the world No 14 able to bogey his final two holes and still secure a convincing victory.
Stripped-down approach: Shawn Stefani was glad to see there were only about 10 spectators following his group late Friday afternoon when he chose to take off everything but his boxer briefs while playing a shot from the edge of the lake on No. 6. He hit something of a trick shot on Friday to stay on track. He's still got 36 holes remaining to close things out, but this is the best he's looked all season.
But then Fowler did something this week what he hasn't managed to do on four other occasions and that is to go on to capture success when leading going into the final day.
This article was written by Doug Ferguson from The Associated Press and was legally licensed through the NewsCred publisher network.