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US PGA Championship 2018

US PGA - Day 4 review

American Brooks Koepka won his second major of 2018 by seeing off a resurgent Tiger Woods to claim the US PGA Championship on a compelling final day. The US Open champion, 28, who led by two shots overnight, shot a four-under 66 to win by two on 16 under par. Excitement grew at Bellerive as Woods pushed for a first major since 2008, falling short despite a final-day 64. Koepka holed birdies on the 14th and 15th to keep clear of Woods and Adam Scott (67), who finished on 13 under. It was 14-time major winner Woods' lowest final round at either the Masters, US Open, The Open or US PGA. However, his efforts were still not enough as Koepka became the first man since Woods in 2000 to win the US Open and US PGA in the same season.

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US PGA - Day 3 review

American Brooks Koepka leads the US PGA Championship going into the final day at Bellerive, despite two late bogeys reducing his advantage to two shots. The US Open champion, who had led by five shots, carded a four-under 66 to stay ahead of Australia's Adam Scott. American pair Rickie Fowler and Gary Woodland, along with Spain's Jon Rahm, are nine under as they all chase a maiden major victory. Tiger Woods shot 66 to end on eight under and is still in with a shout.

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US PGA - Day 2 review

Gary Woodland set a new lowest 36-hole score at the US PGA Championship to continue leading at Bellerive before a thunderstorm postponed Friday's play. The American shot a four-under 66 to become only the fifth man to card 130 at the halfway stage of a major. At 10 under he is one clear of Kevin Kisner, who had a six-under 64. Half of the 156-man field had not completed their rounds when play was called off at 23:35 BST. They will resume at 13:00 on Saturday. The third round will begin about 30 minutes after the conclusion of the second round on Saturday, with players going out in groups of three - instead of the traditional two - off the first and 10th tees. Most of the leaders finished their second rounds earlier on Friday, with American Rickie Fowler - at seven under after 10 holes - the highest-placed player unable to finish. Defending champion Justin Thomas, two-time winner Rory McIlroy and 14-time major champion Tiger Woods were also among the later starters. The trio are playing together and Thomas was two under, McIlroy level and Woods three under for his round and the tournament when the storm halted their progress on the par-five eighth.

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US PGA - Day 1 review

Gary Woodland holed five birdies on the back nine to lead the US PGA Championship. The American, carded a six-under 64 at Bellerive, Missouri. Rickie Fowler began with a five-under 65, one clear of South Africa's Brandon Stone and fellow American Zach Johnson. England's Ian Poulter and Justin Rose, plus world number one Dustin Johnson, are in a large group on three under. Defending champion Justin Thomas ended one under, while playing partners Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods finished level. A total of 47 players in the 156-strong field ended the opening day under par at the course on the outskirts of St Louis.

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US PGA Championship 2018 preview

The US PGA Championship Championship, held 9 - 12th August 2018 at Bellerive CC, St. Louis, MO.

Rory McIlroy insists he heads into this week's US PGA Championship in a positive frame of mind despite his four-year major drought. McIlroy's last major win was the 2014 US PGA with his joint runner-up finish at the recent Open his latest near miss in the game's four biggest events. "It's not as if my game's in bad shape at all," said the 29-year-old. "It's just I haven't won as much as I would have liked, but there's still plenty of time to change that." A disappointing three-over-par 73 last Sunday saw McIlroy fall away from a challenging position at the Bridgestone Invitational as Justin Thomas triumphed but the former world number one is refusing to be downhearted.

Justin Rose says he is starting the US PGA Championship "semi-blind" having not played a practice round at Bellerive because of a back injury. The 38-year-old Englishman, ranked third in the world, withdrew from the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational last week. "It's been a different preparation for me," he said. "But it's all been about trying to be ready for Thursday." "Going home and getting some, not just physical rest, but mental rest, could be a benefit."

Jordan Spieth says he is going "under the radar" for his second attempt at a career Grand Slam at the US PGA Championship this week. The American, 25, is bidding to become only the sixth golfer to win all four majors at this year's event at Bellerive Country Club in St Louis. He would have beaten Tiger Woods as the youngest player to achieve the feat if he had won last year but finished 28th. "I was probably a little more anxious last year," said Spieth.

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