SportsPulse: USA TODAY Sports’ Steve DiMeglio discusses the possible head-to-head showdown that Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are currently planning.
Will Tiger Woods finally win his 15th career major title? Let’s just say he has a chance at the PGA Championship.
Woods, who shot a 66 in the third round, is 8-under for the tournament and tied for sixth, four shots behind leader Brooks Koepka.
The 42-year-old tees off in the final round of the 100th edition of the PGA Championship at Bellerive Country Club in the third-to-last group at 2:35 p.m. ET alongside Gary Woodland, who held the lead heading into the weekend.
Follow along shot-by-shot to see how Woods fares.
Hole 2 – Par 4
Another iron for TW and this one is going down the left side of the fairway and flirting with the water, but he stays dry. Might have an awkward stance here, but he’s safe.
Hole 1 – Par 4
Showtime. Iron off the tee on No. 1 and oh boy, he’s in the bunker. Not a great start seeing as how solid he was yesterday teeing off with his driving iron, but it’s not too much trouble. He went pin-seeking from the bunker and this is a nice shot. He’s just a little above the hole, inside 10 feet. I take that back, it was a great shot with a birdie chance to begin the day. He clips the edge and just like his entire back-nine yesterday, taps in for par. Even thru 1 (8-under for the tournament).