June 17, 2006

Slaughter Continues At Winged Foot

A 30-foot scoop with a sand wedge that rolled into the ninth hole. At the time, it looked as though it would send , who was 11 shots back with four holes to play, home for the weekend. Yet the managed to do that all on his own.

But the bunker shot? When you look a bit deeper, it did oh so much more.

For .

When Stricker watched his ball find the bottom of the hole, he found himself with the second-round lead at the 106th .

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Via PGA Tour

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