Published: Mon, August 13, 2018
Culture | By Henry Herrera

Lowry ready for final day PGA Championship charge

Lowry ready for final day PGA Championship charge

Tiger Woods took route 66 towards a first major title since 2008 as a late stumble from Brooks Koepka threw the 100th US PGA Championship wide open.

The 42-year-old electrified Bellerive Country Club Sunday at the PGA Championship, making eight birdies and moving within one multiple times in the final round after beginning the day four back.

But it was hard afterward to not wonder if Woods left a few opportunities on the Bellerive Country Club course Saturday afternoon that would have made the task a tad easier during the final round of the PGA Championship.

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

Joining Woods at eight-under were second-ranked defending champion Justin Thomas, fellow Americans Kevin Kisner and Rickie Fowler and Belgium's Thomas Pieters.

With roars for Woods unheard anywhere this side of Augusta National, Koepka kept his cool and ran off two birdies on the back nine at Bellerive right after Woods closed within one shot.

This is the first time Tiger has been in the top 10 after 54 holes in consecutive majors since the 2012 British Open (fourth-place finish) and PGA (tied for sixth).

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Those birdies after his big blunder stood out to Finau, one of only 11 players to make the cut in all four majors this year. And hopefully I go out and play decent tomorrow and see what happens. And I made sure on 17 I did.

Three-time major victor Jordan Spieth, needing only the PGA to complete a career Grand Slam, opened birdie-birdie but took a double bogey at the par-3 sixth then followed that with three consecutive birdies.

"Could've been a little closer, " Woods said. With birdies on the second and third holes and a par on No. 4, he was at 10-under.

There were signs low scoring was ripe for the taking with Spain's Rafa Cabrera Bello and England's Tyrrell Hatton both five-under for the day after 14 holes.

"I kind of said last night I felt like there was a 65 in the way I was playing and just have to do it". "They were talking about him as we left, and I was just standing there laughing". "I feel like I'm where I want to be". After his third straight birdie, at the eighth hole, that was it.

Seven of the top 12 players have already won one of the four majors - the Masters, The Open Championship, the US Open and US PGA Championship - while the presence of top-10 players Fowler and Rahm adds to a high-quality leaderboard.

Finau was among five players who accompanied Furyk to France this summer for a scouting trip at Le Golf Nacional, the host course of the September 28-30 Ryder Cup matches. "I was feeling like I'm in the tournament; certainly it has been a while since I've really been feeling that".

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