PGA Championship Live: Action continues on Saturday as Koepka tries to successfully defend his PGA Championship. If he does, he will be the first golfer to do so since Tiger Woods in 2006 and 2 Follow this post throughout the third day for the 2019 leaderboard, as well as how and where to watch the tournament It’s been a wild and exciting tournament.
Tommy Fleetwood, who is behind Koepka by four, will also head out in the afternoon in search of his first major victory in his career. Tiger Woods, who shot 2 against 72 in the first round, will again play with Koepkoy; he will definitely need to shoot
something good to return to this tournament, as he hopes to become the first golfer since Jack Nicklaus in 1975, who won the Masters Championship and the PGA that year. Already at the start and go a lot of golfers under 1, including Dustin Johnson,
Jordan Sleeps, Phil Mickelson and Jason Day. These guys will have the opportunity to exert some pressure on Koepka before his midday break.Number 10 on the Bethpage Black Course is so far away that one could look forward to a trip back to the club on a small plane,
lazily purring over his head. It is close enough to solid forests so that you can feel the oncoming crush of ticks. It was there that the titans Tiger Woods and Brooks Cope began the PGA Championship on Thursday, and there they began to diverge.Woods’ first competitive shot since his magical Teachers looked like he was frowning, grimly heading to the right, hiding in
an ominous rough grass, the beauty of which is fiction, and led to an open double ghost. Koepka passed 191 yards from the fairway to 40 feet, then shouted a blow that could have passed eight or nine feet per cup if he had not hit the pin and did not obey. Off they went.
Afternoon in the Impressionist painting style on Long Island, Coepka had another stone in his design that looked very much like greatness with his course report 63, a dreamy round with seven birds and no ghosts. Woods did a good job with two double ghosts, an eagle and a statement: “It was not as clean as I would have liked, of course.
Then, after Koepka spent half a day with a gaping margin of 7 points at par, leaving everyone wondering if his tremendous onfidence, brains and muscles could allow him to survive this thing for an amazing fourth major title in the last eight, the peach appeared a stranger.
A few hours after Koepka, 29, the current PGA champion and two-time US Open champion, finished, saying: “It was one of the best rounds I played, probably as a professional,” came 28 summer. old Danny Lee, calming two of his pugalok eight birds. This gave 64 and 6 points lower and allowed Lee to bypass neighbor Coepku and make three hits ahead of Tommy Fleetwood.
The crowd behind Fleetwood in 2 years was abundant in five people, and the crowd behind it in 1 under boasted major winners Phil Mickelson, Jordan Spite, Dustin Johnson and Jason Day, and also Ricky Fowler, who often seems to be a big winner, although not technically so.