Koepka leads by two strokes after third round at PGA Championship

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He birdied the next two holes.

Tiger Woods has a chance to win this thing at age 42, more than 10 years after his 14th and last major title and only three weeks after he held The Open lead with eight holes to play.

"I'm going to have to play aggressive", he said.

Woods didn't discount the fact that the long day might have had an impact.

Adam Hadwin of Abbotsford, B.C., was a part of the late wave that had its round suspended by the weather.

Woods finished his round with 10 straight pars, including a sloppy three-putt on the par-5 17th hole.

And it started early, 7 a.m. local time.

Woodland would rather be leading, but in some ways it might be less pressure coming from behind.

Tiger Woods was the center of attention during Round 3 of the PGA Championship.

"I hit two trees to get out of bounds, and my tee shot hit the cart path to get over there, and it just was a flawless storm", Spieth said.

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He has returned to training this week but it's unclear as to whether he'll start the match or be among the substitutes. Hector Bellerin should complete the backline, with Stephan Lichtsteiner likely to be his backup this season.

Tiger Woods shot a 4-under 66 Saturday to move himself into a tie for sixth at the PGA Championship. This one missed, and only later did Koepka realize it was for 62.

The final round of the PGA Championship is being televised on CBS.

"My caddie said something walking off", Koepka said. "I didn't really feel like there was a difference at all".

Then he began the third round with consecutive birdies and an already boisterous gallery at Bellerive became even more engaged.

The 2-8 PM Eastern window is a limited one, more in line with what the Masters offers on Thursday and Friday, and the PGA doesn't have the Masters' ability to artificially suppress supply in hopes of increasing demand.

Ben Kern, the only club professional to make the cut, shot a 67 Saturday to move to 3-under for the tournament.

"I can think of plenty of people along the way telling me I'll be nothing", he had said the other day, "working at McDonald's, doing things like that".

But it doesn't mean he won't have a chance to catch Koepka, who got to 13 under before he showed glimpses of a struggle - making back-to-back bogeys on 14 and 15 to come back to the field.

Bellerive really had no defence.

A bogey on the 10th was instantly cancelled out by a tap-in birdie on the short 11th, but Woods then three-putted from 100 feet on the next after his approach from the rough just reached the front of the green. "St. Louis has never seen Tiger up close, so it's pretty insane and it makes it a lot more fun".

The course is so soft - not so much from Tuesday's rain, but the extreme heat that requires more water on the turf - that every flag is accessible provided players find the ample fairways. I'm putting well, and I'm very happy.