◼️ The American is a leader in Bellerive, two ahead of Australian Scott, in the preview of the final round.

Brooks Koepka saw consolidate his lead in the PGA Championship after making 66 strokes in a cumulative 198, 12 under par for the course at the Bellerive Country Club.

The American consolidated his leadership with the six birdies, but the two bogeys gave hope to his rivals as the Australian Adam Scott, the only escort to two impacts.



The local Gary Woodland, the leader in the first two rounds, dropped two places but is still on with Jason Day and Rickie Fowler in a three-shot difference to Koepka.

For its part, the former number one in the world Tiger Woods recorded a second consecutive round of 66 strokes to be part of a group full of stars tied with eight under par: Stewart Cink, Jon Rahm, Justin Thomas.



For the first time in his career, Brooks Koepka will sleep on sole possession of a 54-hole lead in a major. He leads by 2 shots over Adam Scott. 13 players, including seven major champions, are within 5 shots of Koepka. Final round today!


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