Saturday was particularly long for many of the players at the 100th PGA Championship with dozens in the field having to finish their second round early in the morning and then return to the course for a full third round of action in the afternoon.
Tiger Woods endured the extra holes, wrapping up a 66 and then shooting another 66 just a couple hours later. It’s only the third time in Tiger’s career he’s posted 66 in back-to-back major rounds; the other two just so happened to be at the Masters in 1997 and 2005, both events Woods won.
Brooks Koepka followed up his 63 on Friday morning with a 66 to leave him 12-under for the championship. He holds the 54-hole lead, followed on the leaderboard by Adam Scott, two strokes back at 10-under, and a trio of Jon Rahm, Rickie Fowler and Gary Woodland all three back at 9-under.
So the two-time U.S. Open champion is in the lead and 14-time major champion Woods is in the top 10 along with the likes of Jason Day, Justin Thomas and Rickie Fowler. Saturday may have been a grind, but it has produced a stellar leaderboard of proven winners ready to make a run at claiming the final major championship of the 2018 season.
Here’s how the leaderboard looks going into Sunday’s final
Article source: https://www.cbssports.com/golf/news/2018-pga-championship-leaderboard-breakdown-full-coverage-scores-saturday-highlights/
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