"This is a nice course to play with the lead," Rodgers told Dottie Pepper of CBS. "You have to keep the pedal down all day."
Berger birdied the first three holes of his round and added two more at Nos. 6 and 9, making the turn in 30. The 24-year-old American made his lone bogey at the par-4 13th, but trimmed four more stokes on the back side, posting an 8-under-par 63.
|Putts per GIR||1.467|
Johnson's tee shot at the reachable par-4 14th settled just short of the putting surface, leaving a 59-foot second shot. The two-time major winner clipped his chip perfectly, and watched it fall into the hole for an eagle.
Kraft made a wild par save at the 17th hole on Saturday, playing his approach from the hospitality tent left of the fairway, and the commented on the shot after the round.
There were players that made eagle at the par-5 17th on Saturday at TPC Deere Run.
|Miguel Angel Cabrera|