Oosterhuizen almost experts No. 11
The “gracious, my” minutes were coming quick and irate for Collin Morikawa as he went on a birdie run, yet Louie Oosterhuizen provided one of his own at No. 11.
Following Morikawa by four strokes, Oosterhuizen opened up a drive that practically was an expert, halted exclusively by its crash with the flagstick. That left Oosterhuizen with a short putt for birdie and, combined with Morikawa’s standard putt, moved Oosterhuizen to 11-under, three strokes back of Morikawa.
The birdie was the first of the day for Oosterhuizen, who frantically required a break.
Morikawa gets hot, however so does Spieth
The pressing factor has moved to the 24-year-old shoulders of Collin Morikawa, who clearly is feeling none of it as he offers for his second significant title.
In the event that he felt strides, he didn’t show it, taking birdies on three straight openings (7, 8, 9).
However, Jordan Spieth was discovering his notch, as well, with two birdies that left him three strokes behind Morikawa at 11-under. Louis Oosterhuizen, expecting to win the competition in the wake of driving every one of the initial three rounds, slipped to 10-under…