ST. LOUIS - Ten hours and four minutes had passed since Tiger Woods hit his first golf shot of the day. He'd give anything to have those last four minutes back. Those last 4 feet, too. Leaderboards are hard to come by at Bellerive and Woods gets a visual on them every chance he has. He took a long look at the leaderboard off the 17 th green while Stewart Cink was getting ready to hit his bunker shot. Then he stared down the 19-foot eagle putt that would have put him alone in second and potentially into Sunday's final pairing with Brooks Koepka. Woods missed the eagle try, which was fine. He'd played 26 holes and was about to pick up another stroke on the field. He was about to move to 9 under and the Wanamaker Trophy was still within reach.