< Live blog: Justin Thomas now tied for PGA lead after Koepka bogeys

Live blog: Justin Thomas now tied for PGA lead after Koepka bogeys

The last day of the 2018 major championship season is here!

The final round of the PGA Championship takes place Sunday at Bellerive Country Club in St. Louis. Brooks Koepka holds a two-shot lead over a stacked leaderboard. What will the final day entail?

We will follow all the action as a champion is crowned here…

(Follow Tiger’s final round, shot by shot, with our Tiger Tracker here.)

UPDATE No. 9 (3:53 p.m. ET): Koepka goes back-to-back bogeys with another at No. 5.

That means Justin Tomas has tied him for the lead at 11 under!

UPDATE No. 8 (3:42 p.m. ET): Make that one back!

Koepka three-putts the fourth, lipping out a 4-footer for par. That bogeys pushes him back to 12 under. His lead over JT is down to one.

Tiger is two back at 10 under.

UPDATE No. 7 (3:35 p.m. ET): Justin Thomas birdies the seventh and he now moves into solo second at 11 under.

He’s two back, as Koepka goes par-par after his opening birdie.

UPDATE No. 6 (3:20 p.m. ET): Here comes the defending champ!

Justin Thomas birdies the fifth to move to 10 under and into a tie for second with Tiger. Koepka has parred the second after two-putting from long range. He remains ahead by three at 13 under.

UPDATE No. 5 (3:10 p.m. ET): Brooks Koepka birdies the first to move to 13 under and he now leads by three.

Guess who’s in solo second, though … that’s right, Tiger Woods! Back-to-back birdies at Nos. 2 and 3 have him 10 under. Oh boy. Adam Scott bogeys No. 1 to fall to 9 under.

UPDATE No. 4 (2:30 p.m. ET): Defending champion Justin Thomas opens with birdie and he’s now just three back at 9 under. Shane Lowry birdies No. 1 to do the same.

Rafa Cabrera Bello is 5 under on his round through 11 and has reached 8 under. Scores continue to be out there.

And Tiger Woods tees off in five minutes, by the way. See above on how to follow his whole round.

UPDATE No. 3 (2:10 p.m. ET): Another strong front nine for Spieth!

He double bogeys the sixth but then birdies Nos. 7-9 to go out in 3-under 32. He’s 7 under and five back going into the final nine.

UPDATE No. 2 (12:40 p.m. ET): Jordan Spieth begins his final round birdie-birdie. He then missed a good birdie look at the third from about 10 feet.

He’s now 6 under and six back. It’s way too early, but remember he nearly came from nine back Sunday at the Masters this year. He began this day eight behind and is off to a hot start. We’ll see if he gets on an interesting run like he did on the front nine yesterday.

UPDATE No. 1 (12:05 p.m. ET): Good afternoon from the final major championship Sunday of 2018.

Those in contention to win will be teeing off in the coming hours. For the early part of the final round, it’s nice to see Rory McIlroy make back-to-back birdies.

He’s up to 3 under overall and in a tie for 41st.


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