The 28-year-old American shot a 5-under 30 on the front nine in the third round on Saturday and took a four-stroke lead at Bellerive. He made a couple of late bogeys (driving it up against a tree at 15, leading him to take an unplayable), but he’s right there again on a giant stage.

At 28, the two-time major winner continues to build an incredible resume at the game’s biggest championships. His tie for 39th at Carnoustie a few weeks back marked the first time since the 2016 Masters that he’d finished worse than T-13.

Six players are at eight-under 202, five of them who are already major champions, including Tiger Woods and Jason Day, who will be paired together on Sunday. Justin Thomas, Stewart Cink, Charl Schwartzel and Shane Lowry round out the group.

Who will be the champion at the 100th PGA Tournament? Find out live on DSport, the final round starts tonight at 11:30PM.

Here’s where things stand as we head to the final round:

  1. Brooks Koepka -12
  2. Adam Scott -10

     T3. Jon Rahm, Rickie Fowler, Gary Woodland (-9)

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