Koepka puts a wall of seven blows to his rivals in the PGA

The 29-year-old American signed a pair lap, but continues with -12, seven strokes ahead of Dustin Johnson, Harold Varner III, Luke List and Janewattananond.


Brooks Koepka is the only one who does not suffer too much in Bethpage Black Course, the route in which the PGA Championship takes place, the second major of the year. The 29-year-old American, with -12, was up to seven strokes ahead of his pursued s Dustin Johnson, Harold Varner III, Luke List and the surprising Thai Janewattananond. The four are at -5 and, for now, none of the components of the quartet has been presented as a serious threat to the gunboat of Palm Beach,

Koepka created in the first two an impenetrable barricade between him and his rivals, which kept in the third day, more discreet, but in which he did not need bragging. He did not do them. Three bogeys, three birdies and one pair of rounds, enough with his record of the first 36 holes in a big.

Sometimes it looks like a robot this golfer arrives in optimal position to the final round in which he aspires to win the big room of his career (he has two US Open) and the second consecutive PGA Championship. Only a catastrophe could stop the gunboat, which is not characterized by its fissures in the game.

Beyond the monologue of Florida, can be highlighted to the Thai Janewattananond (-5), with one of the best records of the day in the the first time that played this great (had already played a British Open). The Asian is a fixed Asian Tour. Cabrera Bello, the only Spaniard who survived the Bethpage Black Course, marches with a total of +8.

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