Koepka holds off Woods to win 100th PGA Championship

Koepka holds off Woods to win 100th PGA Championship

Live updates of the final round of the PGA Championship.

Brooks Koepka has a two-shot lead at the PGA Championship as he tries to become only the fifth player in history to win the U.S. Open and PGA Championship in the same year.

Koepka successfully defended his breakthrough 2017 US Open victory at Shinnecock Hills this year to win back-to-back US Open crowns.

What a year its been!

"No matter who wins tomorrow, if that person has met Jarrod Lyle, then they will have felt something with him passing this week", he said. "It's soft. It's gettable and you can't just go out there and make a bunch of pars". A birdie at the 14th was the result of a missed fairway, but he rebounded with a birdie at the 15th.

Seventh-placed Rickie Fowler is not yet a mathematical certainty but as he is only two shots from the lead before starting the third round, he is expected to pick up enough points to hold on to his spot. "Until pretty much kind of that, 13, 14 was really the only time I fell back today".

Denise watched the round from the gallery alongside Koepka's girlfriend, Jena Sims, as Koepka clinched the title with a par on 18. And he's only gone and sunk it! This tournament is now Kopeka's to lose.

A bogey at the 14th, where he found a greenside bunker, ended a run of 43 holes without a dropped shot, and he promptly bogeyed the next too after his drive ended behind a tree, from where he took a penalty drop.

As the putts kept dropping, the roars got louder.

But Tiger's putter? It brought more moans than cheers to the fans, and more frustration than joy to Woods.

Finau began this wild ride Friday afternoon with five straight birdies, four of them from between 20 and 25 feet, the shortest one at 12 feet.

There is little doubt that Koepka is now a major force on the circuit, and a potential world number one in the making.

Koepka with a chance for birdie and the outright lead on the 14th, but he misses too! The Florida native appeared to be in command halfway through the round, weathering bogeys at 4 and 5 to take a three-shot lead over Scott at the turn.

Thomas wins stage and yellow jersey on Tour de France
Up next on Stage 11 is a 108.5-kilometre (67-mile) leg from Albertville to the top of the La Rosiere summit on Wednesday . Pressed on whether he can win the Tour, Thomas replied: 'Racing over three weeks is a bit of an unknown for me.

He had a great last round in this year's Masters, shooting an 8-under par 64 to finish third.

Pieters finishes at -10. And 14, when his putt to salvage par lipped out. And ...

Make that back to back birdies for Adam Scott!

"It's a packed leaderboard and there are going to be about 10 of us looking for that round of the year", Scott said. Thomas, known to get angry then move on, recovered quickly with birdies at Nos.

Another birdie for Tiger!

He now is No. 2 in the world, with a shot at overtaking Johnson in two weeks when the FedEx Cup playoffs start.

He had an 11-week stint as world No. 1 in 2014 but has struggled at times since then and is now ranked a lowly 76th.

Woods misses a huge chance to move into a share for second! Yeah, I just had a lot of things go wrong on that putt on 9. He drained his longest putt of the tournament, a 19-footer putt for birdie, and pumped his fist to celebrate.

He birdied the next two holes.

What do we have here?

With the big-hitting Koepka in career-best form and eyeing his second major of the year, Day said he will need to fire on all cylinders to have a chance.

On his ability to come through on the big stage, Koepka told CBS Sports after accepting the trophy, "I think it's my focus".

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