Kuchar sent the crowd into a frenzy when he aced a 7-iron at the 170-yard hole Sunday, the ball landing on the green and curling back toward the pond before dropping in the cup.
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The patrons chanted “Kooch!” as the popular golfer walked toward the green. He retrieved the ball, signed it and gave it to a young boy along the ropes.
Kuchar is now at 5 under, three strokes behind Justin Rose.
Sergio Garcia dropped one stroke behind the leader with a bogey at the 10th.
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