Webb Simpson isn't aware of the records he has tied or broken at The Players Championship. He saw that Tiger Woods and Jordan Spieth each made a big charge before he teed off Saturday, and it didn't rattle him at all.
"I think it helped me a little bit continue to think about making birdies," he said.
Simpson had a plan and didn't back off until he holed an 18-foot par on the final hole for a 4-under 68. He stretched his lead to a record seven shots, tied Greg Norman's 54-hole score at The Players that had not been touched in 24 years and left himself one more round to capture the richest prize in golf.
Simpson started with an 8-foot birdie. He holed a...