Simpson d. Snedeker, 4 and 3. These two seem to be quite friendly, even as opponents. At one point, one of them said "For the next twelve holes, I don't like you" and the other replied "Why do you have to make this so personal?"
Snedeker lost it early with a couple of embarrassing disasters. On 3, he hit his tee shot into the lake, took a drop and then hit another into the lake. Simpson was on the green with a birdie putt. Brandt could have holed out for double bogey, so he conceded the hole. On 6 he was in a greenside bunker and took 2 to get out. By then he was 4 down, and even though he never gave up, winning 8 and 10 to get back to only 2 down, Webb was playing well and wasn't to be caught today.
The pin placement on 2 was especially nasty. Both golfers were above the hole, and it looked like anything that went as much as a foot past the cup could go off the green and down the fairway. I was standing next to our group's rules official and remarked that the pin placement was quite severe. Being a very reticent individual, he was silent for a few seconds, and then said "Thank you." Simpson promptly drained his 40-foot birdie putt, and I said "Maybe not." Rules Guy smiled. The only time all day.
It turns out that Dustin Johnson is not the record holder. I learned today that two years ago Ian Poulter set the record with 3 wild pees in a single round.