"Nursing a two-stroke advantage over Brooks Koepka, the 35-year-old Woodland flared his tee shot on the 208-yard par 3. Though his shot found the green, he was 90 feet away from the pin. Worse, he didn't have a clean look at the hole, with ridges and protruding rough standing in his way. "If I putted it, I don't think I could have got within 20 feet," Woodland said after his round. That left Woodland with one option: chipping it off the green, a 64 degree wedge his weapon of choice. And his pitch was a beaut, coming to rest two feet from the cup."
The question is, "Where do we go to learn how to chip?" In Gary's case to none other than Pete Cowen.