Published: Mon, August 13, 2018
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Highlights from Tiger Woods' Rd. 4 at the 2018 PGA Championship

Highlights from Tiger Woods' Rd. 4 at the 2018 PGA Championship

But Brooks Koepka proved too much, rolling off birdies late to snatch the PGA Championship for his third major.

Finau shot a 1-under par 69 in Saturday's third round of the PGA Championship at Bellerive Country Club in St. Louis, leaving him tied for 57th place.

Then he drilled his tee shot at the 10th right down the middle.

Defending champion Justin Thomas was at 2 under through seven holes, while Rory McIlroy was frustrated with all pars in his seven holes.

While Tiger Woods made noise with five birdies on the front nine to move rapidly up the tournament leader board, one of his biggest fans drew plenty of his own attention in the gallery.

Australia's Adam Scott and South African Charl Schwartzel, Masters champions who haven't often contended for major titles in recent years, climbed into the hunt Friday at the 100th PGA Championship.

Numerous back injuries and personal issues continued to disrupt his career, but fusion surgery previous year has seemingly revived the 14-time major victor.

That left the 31-year-old four shots off the lead held by Brooks Koepka and in position to exorcise the ghosts of 2016, when he led by four after 54 holes of the US Open only to struggle to a closing 76. "If the guys that came this morning and played a certain amount of holes, they definitely need the recovery because it's going to be hard to recover fully from what we did today". "And I made sure I did on 17. And I blew it by about four feet and then pulled the next one".

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After changing his sweat-soaked shirt, Woods lost ground with a three-putt bogey on the fifth, but bounced back in style with birdies on the sixth, seventh and eighth.

Woods had a similar outlook after his round: "Not just myself, but everyone's going to have to shoot low rounds".

It was a marathon day of golf for Woods who was one of 77 players pulling double duty to complete his rain-interrupted second round while putting his surgically repaired back to the test.

Woods started the day with five birdies in his first eight holes. My results look a lot worse than what it has felt.

"I've watched Tiger win 14 of these things hanging around a lot of the time", Scott said.

No one caught Woodland, meaning his 36-hole score of 130 stood as the PGA Championship record. "I was just trying to hit it 185 yards and obviously hit it 180 yards, but I think the wind switched on us a little bit". Woodland missed the ninth green to the right and popped up his chip out of the deep rough, leaving himself a 12-footer that he left short.

In the third round, Finau made four birdies and three bogeys. Everyone from the broadcasters on CBS to the players themselves have been commenting on the massive crowds gathered on the course.

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