PGA Championship 2019: Exclusive images from Bethpage Black\nGolf Digest's J.D. Cuban captures the action from the 101st PGA Championship\nJordan Spieth tees off on the par-5 fourth hole during Saturday's third round.\nBrooks Koepka maintained his focus on Saturday, shooting an even-par 70 to maintain a seven-stroke lead.\nJordan Spieth plays out of a fairway bunker on the 18th hole as he finished up his Saturday round. He'd make a par to close out a two-over 72.\nA fan in the gallery captures a photo on his cellphone.\nBrooks Koepka shows off his power game during Saturday's third round.\nDaniel Berger looks over the shoulder of a PGA of America official as they assess the damage Berger's shot did to the cup on the first hole when his ball hit it on the fly.\nAdam Scott shows some emotion after holing out a birdie putt on the 11th hole Saturday.\nJordan Spieth's follow through wasn't its usual textbook self when he hit this shot on Saturday.\nAs can be seen on the Bethpage leader boards, Brooks Koepka remained way out front on Saturday at the PGA Championship.\nJordan Spieth got the galleries attention as he hits a shot during Saturday's third round.\nFans lend their support to Brooks Koepka as he continues his march to what looks like his fourth major championship victory.\nBrooks Koepka walks off the eighth tee with his caddie during the second round. \nTiger Woods stands on the tee, waiting to hit a drive during the second round on Friday at Bethpage.\nSpectators look on with awe during Friday's second round at Bethpage.\nBrooks Koepka flushes an approach shot during his Friday round. Koepka followed up an opening-round 63 with a second-round 65.\nA young fan enjoys a tasty treat while watching play on Friday.\nNeeding a birdie on the 18th to make the cut, Tiger Woods plays his approach from the fairway. \nJohn Daly takes his cart during Friday's second round.\nTiger Woods walking off 17 green during the second round on Friday.\nTiger Woods hits an approach during the first round.\nWoods blasts out of a bunker during the first round.\nPhil Mickelson acknowledges the crowd during the first round.\nMickelson's second shot on 18.\nBrooks Koepka tees off No. 16 en route to his opening 63.\nPhil Mickelson's third shot on 18 during the first round.\nJason Day signals an errant tee shot during the first round.