Koepka stands firm and holds the PGA in his hand

The Florida signed 70 strokes in his third round and remained at -12 while his pursuers made the rubber from behind. The amazing Janewattananond, -5 and Johnson lurk.


Brooks Koepka is the only one who does not suffer too much in Bethpage Black Course, the course in which the PGA Championship, the second major of the year, takes place. The American, of 29 years, with -12, took up to seven strokes of advantage to his pursuers 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,

Thus live the 3rd day of the PGA Championship live:

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