PGA Championship 2018 live blog: Tiger Woods shoots best-ever final round in a major; Brooks Koepka captures his third major title
This is it. This is major. This is the final round of the 100th PGA Championship. We've got a stacked leader board and a perfect weather forecast (Provided you're sitting on your couch). So keep it right here for all the latest scores, news, highlights and shirt changes.
(All times ET)
6:59 p.m.: Brooks Koepka cozies his birdie putt to inside tap-in range to secure his victory at Bellerive. In all fairness to Koepka, he played LIGHTS OUT golf over this final major of the year.
His final three rounds? 66-63-63. Unbelievable.
6:56 p.m.: Brooks Koepka safely finds the green at the 72nd hole, which will lock up the second major of the year for the back-to-back U.S. Open champion, in addition to Player of the Year honors for Koepka.
When you consider that Koepka didn't even play in the Masters this year and will win the final two majors played in the United States this year, you can appreciate even more what Koepka has done.
Sure, history might remember Bellerive for Tiger Woods' comeback and his run at the Wanamaker Trophy. We're sure Koepka and his camp are just fine with that. He will laugh all the way to the trophy case.
6:46 p.m.: Another just absolutely punishes another drive from Brooks Koepka at the 18th hole. If his 17th-hole tee shot was his best of the day, the 18th hole drive is his second best. He took out all the fairway bunkers and has about 120 yards into the 18th hole.
With a two-shot lead—and Adam Scott hooking his drive waaaaaay left—this looks like a guarantee for Brooks Koepka.
6:42 p.m.: Brooks Koepka hit a great chip shot from the right of the green to within five feet, but he misses his birdie putt—which would've been his second stretch of three birdies in a row. That's a missed opportunity to put this away.
Now Adam Scott has a chance for birdie at 17 to get within one of Koepka. And he comes up short ... tough break for the Aussie.
And to put Tiger Woods' final 54 holes in perspective? How about this stat ... incredible.
6:36 p.m.: Tiger Woods caps off his PGA Championship with a birdie at the 18th hole—a Sunday 64—his eighth birdie of the day, which puts him two shots back of the current lead of Brooks Koepka, with Koepka just off the green at the par-5 17th hole.
Tiger will likely come up just short, but he's tied for second place with Adam Scott. And he seriously threatened to win his 15th major for a second straight major championship after leading at Carnoustie. It was another Sunday to remember from Tiger Woods. He played some incredible shots down the stretch to give himself a chance. We'll remember his stellar showing at Bellerive for quite some time.
6:30 p.m.: Brooks Koepka hits what might be the drive of the PGA Championship here at the 17th hole. He absolutely mashed his tee shot onto the left side of the fairway, which will give him an iron approach into the 17th hole to lock this up.
Adam Scott is in the rough on the left side, also with a look at the green, and needs to make something happen with the two-shot deficit.
Tiger's in the fairway at the 18th ... needing a birdie for sure to have any chance at getting into a playoff, in case Koepka collapses ... which doesn't look like a possibility. The back-to-back U.S. Open champion is well on his way to securing his third career major.
6:26 p.m.: Clutch par putt from Tiger Woods to remain at 13-under, which is three shy of Brooks Koepka's lead ... likely too little to keep up at this PGA Championship. But you have to admire the fight from Tiger down the stretch.
6:22 p.m.: An incredibly impressive showing from Stewart Cink at this PGA Championship is capped off with a birdie at the 72nd hole to vault to 11-under, which is good for T-4. The 2009 Open champion was 3-under on the day—outplaying Jason Day by four shots ... really impressive from Cink.
It has been a tough year stretch for Cink, whose wife, Lisa, has been battling cancer. Cink has played really well over the past couple of months, encapsulated in a major way at the final major of the year.
6:20 p.m.: Brooks Koepka drops his birdie putt at the 16th hole, giving him a two-shot lead on Adam Scott with two to play. Tiger Woods is three back.
Koepka is pouring it on here down the stretch with birdies on 15 and 16.
6:16 p.m.: It appears Tiger Woods' chances for his 15th major have come undone on the 17th hole. Though he found his tee shot and chopped it out nicely, his third shot came up short of the green. He has a bunker shot upcoming for his fourth.
One hole behind, Brooks Koepka hit his tee shot to about 6 feet for his birdie to take a two-shot lead.
6:09 p.m.: Brooks Koepka finally gets one of his birdie tries to drop at the 15th hole, his first one in six holes, to retake the solo lead from Adam Scott, who just missed his birdie putt.
Meanwhile Tiger Woods' tee shot at the par-5 17th hole went so far right, it actually missed the water. He has a terrible lie within the hazard, but it's not wet.
With the Koepka birdie, Tiger is now two back—so he needs a birdie here to have a chance.
6:05 p.m.: Tiger's birdie putt from 20 feet at the 16th hole just comes up short. He remains one back of Brooks Koepka and Adam Scott as they play the 15th hole.
Scott just played an incredible approach from the left rough to the green to give himself a chance at a birdie putt. Koepka hits a pitching wedge from 161 to about 8 feet for another birdie chance. This group has played some incredible golf today.
6:02 p.m.: Adam Scott hits his first poor shot in a couple hours with a bit of a hook at the 15th tee. He might find himself in a precarious spot as he looks to stay in the lead. Brooks Koepka hit a stellar shot on the right side of the fairway.
5:58 p.m.: It's another stellar iron shot for Tiger Woods, finding the green at the long par-3 16th hole. He'll have just about 20 feet for a birdie ... which would ... tie him for the lead.
5:55 p.m.: Adam Scott and Brooks Koepka both miss their birdie putts at the 14th to remain at 14-under. Their lead is one on Tiger Woods, who just tapped in his birdie at the 15th as he steps up to the par-3 16th.
5:53 p.m.: Tiger's playing competitor from Carnoustie, Francesco Molinari, the Champion Golfer of the Year, finishes up another stellar major round with his fourth straight rounds in the 60s at Bellerive. The Open champion is in the clubhouse at 10-under (68-67-68-67) and currently sits T-4.
5:50 p.m.: Don't count Tiger Woods out yet! After a drive that was MASHED into the fairway, Tiger hits a majestic approach to 2 feet to set up another birdie.
That will take him just one back of the Adam Scott and Brooks Koepka lead. The bid for Major No. 15 might not be done yet.
5:40 p.m.: Adam Scott is on fire! He has five birdies in his last seven holes to tie the lead of Brooks Koepka. WOW. And Koepka misses another short birdie look, with Koepka cooling off after those three straight birdies to finish his front nine. He has four pars in a row now.
We have a share of the lead among the two leaders, Scott and Koepka at 14-under. Tiger, who is one back, missed his par putt at the 14th hole—he's now two back, killing the momentum of his two straight birdies at 12 and 13.
5:32 p.m.: This is not a two horserace. Adam Scott is in the thick of this. Scott makes a sporty birdie at the 12th hole to keep pace with Tiger and also get to 13-under. Brooks Koepka surprisingly just missed his birdie bid—so Tiger and Adam Scott remain one back of Brooks Koepka (-14).
5:28 p.m.: ONE BACK! We have a putter raise from Tiger Woods as he rolls in his 10-footer for birdie at the 13th hole. Brooks Koepka is in tight at the 12th hole for birdie, but Tiger has kept pace.
5:23 p.m.: Justin Thomas keeps fighting, holing a crucial long par putt at the 15th hole after his bogey at the 14th hole. JT is three back of the lead of Brooks Koepka, but he has the firepower to make something happen on the final couple of holes. He'll need to force the action to grab the attention of the leaders again.
Tiger Woods nails a terrific 8-iron on the par-3 13th hole to 10 feet—leaving himself an uphiller for another birdie, which would bring him within one shot of Koepka's lead ...
5:19 p.m.: OK, after that lengthy break, Gary Woodland drains his uphiller for birdie at the 12th hole. And Tiger can't be iced—he drains the birdie to vault himself to just two off the lead of Brooks Koepka.
That's three birdies for Tiger in his last five holes as he tries to keep pace with Koepka, Adam Scott and Justin Thomas.
Also kind of funny that Woodland hadn't been shown since the first hole till that birdie putt there at 12. The 36-hole leader is now 9-under.
5:14 p.m.: How come Tiger Woods hasn't hit his birdie putt at the 12th hole? Gary Woodland damaged the hole with his approach coming into the 12th green, and the rules officials determined it was necessary to repair the sod around the cup. A potential momentum-killer for Tiger? Maybe. Also a chance to rest a little ... maybe that's not the worst thing for 42-year-old ... regardless, he has had about 10 minutes to think about this five-footer.
5:08 p.m.: Tiger Woods hits his second straight stellar driver off the tee at the 12th hole. He has a green-light special ... 147 yards from the fairway ... and sticks it to 5 feet. If he can make that, Tiger will get to 12-under.
Meanwhile Justin Thomas misses a short one for par at the 14th hole to fall back to 11-under.
Brooks Koepka and Adam Scott both failed to put their short approaches close, leaving themselves long birdie putts coming up.
4:58 p.m.: How did this not fall? Tiger nearly dropped a bomb of a putt at the 11th ...
That would've kept pace with the rest of the pack. Because Brooks Koepka doesn't look like he's fading any time soon. He nearly holed his bunker shot from behind the 10th green. He taps in for par to remain 14-under.
And Adam Scott just holed a long one at 10 to get to 12-under and two back of Koepka. Scott is two back of Justin Thomas and Thomas Pieters. That's three birdies in his last four holes for the Aussie.
4:52 p.m.: Tiger Woods hits iron off the tee at the drivable 11th hole. That might not make some people happy, but the way Tiger has hit his driver, it's likely the sensible play. He'll have a good look at the pin for a birdie chance.
Thomas Pieters, who had gotten to 12-under and in a tie for second place, looks to have rinsed his tee shot at the par-5 17th hole.
Justin Thomas remains at 12-under with a par at 13, after he had a good look at birdie.
Brooks Koepka's tee shot at the 10th found the right rough.
4:43 p.m.: Just as it looked like Brooks Koepka might slip a little bit, with bogeys at 4 and 5, the back-to-back U.S. Open champ and 54-hole leader rolls in his third birdie in a row to finish his front nine. His birdie at No. 9 gets Koepka to 14-under, good for a two-shot lead over Justin Thomas, who just made a stellar par at the 12th hole.
4:38 p.m.: Tiger Woods has hit his first fairway of the day, leaving himself 194 yards to the difficult 10th green. Tiger hits the middle of the green, giving himself about a 40-footer to navigate for par.
Brooks Koepka hits his approach from the fairway bunker, with just a pitching wedge in hand, to about 6 feet at the ninth hole. That would get Koepka to 14-under.
Thomas Pieters continues to play an insanely good final round—he hit his tee shot at the par-3 16th hole to about 7 feet. Another birdie, which would be his sixth, would get him to 12-under. The long-hitting Belgian hasn't made a bogey yet today.
4:31 p.m.: What a couple of minutes: Tiger Woods birdies from the trees at nine to get to 11-under. And now Justin Thomas gets up and down from way to the left of the drivable 11th hole to birdie and get to 12-under. Yet Brooks Koepka has remained solid and matches the other boys and birdies to get to 13-under.
And Adam Scott has a second straight birdie, getting to 12-under. ALL THE ACTION IS HAPPENING!
4:28 p.m.: Was there a doubt? Tiger Woods rolls in the improbable birdie at the ninth hole to get within one of Brooks Koepka's lead.
We have Gary McCord giggling, he can't believe what's happening. That's an eighth-straight one-putt for Tiger Woods. He makes the turn in just 10 putts (!!!). He's three-under on his front nine to get to 10-under.
4:23 p.m.: Brace yourself, folks. Tiger Woods is firmly in the mix at his second straight major on the back nine. After another errant tee shot, he took relief on a good lie, and was able to neck his approach up to about 12 feet for birdie on the ninth hole. If he makes this, he'll be one back of Brooks Koepka—who is in front of the green in two playing the par-5 eighth hole.
This is setting up to be another exciting back nine on the heels of Carnoustie.
4:16 p.m.: Justin Thomas regains some momentum after that really bad three-putt from 10 feet at the ninth hole to make a birdie at the 10th hole.
JT is now back to 1 back of Koepka.
And the Belgian Thomas Pieters keeps up his surging final round with a birdie at the 14th hole. He joins Tiger Woods and Adam Scott at 10-under, now two back.
4:13 p.m.: Tiger Woods played a terrific cut fairway wood from the right rough on the par-5 eighth hole. It got into the greenside bunker, where he has just played an out to about two feet. It looks like an easy birdie coming up.
Now two birdies from the lead group: Brooks Koepka gets it back to 12-under and Adam Scott moves back to 10-under. Right where these guys started the day.
And for Tiger? He is two-under for the day with the birdie at the eighth hole. He still hasn't hit a fairway through eight holes. But he's two back of Koepka's lead.
4:03 p.m.: How to sum up the past two minutes? Justin Thomas' 10-footer for birdie at the ninth hole rolled about four feet past, then he shockingly missed the comebacker for par. So JT drops back to 10-under.
Koepka meanwhile rolled his birdie putt off the fringe at the sixth hole past by about six feet. He calmly rolled in the par putt to remain at 11-under.
Anddddd then there's Tiger. He just hit a really, really bad drive way left at No. 8. It's a par 5, but it's the third bad driver swing of the front nine. He hasn't hit a fairway yet ...
Let us re-set and take a breather:
1 . Brooks Koepka (-11)
2 . Justin Thomas (-10)
T-3 . Rafa Cabrera-Bello (-9, in the clubhouse) T-3 . Tyrrell Hatton (-9, in the clubhouse) T-3 . Thomas Pieters (-9) T-3 . Francesco Molinari (-9) T-3 . Shane Lowry (-9) T-3 . Jason Day (-9) T-3 . Tiger Woods (-9) T-3 . Adam Scott (-9)
And we have six golfers at -8, which is just three back ...
3:59 p.m.: Tiger Woods keeps his trend of not hitting a fairway alive at the seventh hole. His approach from a bad lie in the rough finds the rough beyond the green, and he pitches to about 5 feet for his par. He drains the par to remain two off the lead—but that lead might extend to three, as Justin Thomas has about 10 feet for a birdie at the ninth hole.
3:52 p.m.: Stellar rounds from the Europeans with the hot rounds: Tyrrell Hatton and Rafa Cabrera-Bello both card rounds of 64 to get in the clubhouse at 9-under. That likely won't hold up, but great rounds nonetheless. They are joined at that number by Thomas Pieters, who pitched in at the 11th hole to also get to 9-under.
That's just two back of the lead of Justin Thomas and Brooks Koepka.
3:50 p.m.: Brooks Koepka's pitch rolled out to about 13 feet. His par putt JUST came up short, so that's a second straight bogey for Koepka. We now have two tied for the lead—that's Justin Thomas now tied for the lead with Koepka.
3:46 p.m.: The 14-time major champion found the far greenside bunker off the tee at the par-3 sixth hole. He had a lot of green to work with, but caught a lot of the ball on his bunker shot, rolling past the hole and off the green.
Tiger Woods missed the comebacker for par, so he'll settle for his first dropped shot of the day. He's now 3 back of Brooks Koepka.
Koepka, however, is in some trouble at the fifth hole. His drive settled down into the rough, and he came up way shy of the green with his second. He'll have his work cut out for him for a par here.
3:40 p.m.: We interrupt the updates on the leaders to give you the scores of a couple of European golfers having really, really good rounds on Sunday. Tyrrell Hatton has the round of the day thus far, having just birdied the 17th hole to get to 6-under for the day, and 9-under total. Rafa Cabrera Bello is now also at 9-under after a birdie at the 17th hole.
Hatton is a lock for the European Ryder Cup team, while Bello needs a stellar showing to finish his season. Bello's Bellerive performance could go a long way to securing a spot on the team for the second straight Ryder Cup. They're both 6-under for their rounds through 17 holes.
3:37 p.m.: Tiger Woods scrambles yet again for a sporty par at the fifth hole to remain 10-under, which is currently 3 back of Brooks Koepka's lead. Koepka has about five feet for a par at the fourth hole, and he drops his first shot of the day.
Now Justin Thomas is one back of Koepka—and Tiger is back to two behind the lead.
3:35 p.m.: Justin Thomas rolls in his third birdie of the day—this coming at the seventh hole to back up birdies at the first and fifth holes—to get to 11-under. That's two back of Brooks Koepka's lead, with Koepka having a really difficult two-putt upcoming at the fourth hole for a par after finding the rough off the tee.
3:34 p.m.: How about Matt Wallace? The Englishman who made his hole-in-one on Saturday at the 16th hole just made an eagle at the drivable par-4 11th hole.
An ace and an eagle in your first major as a pro ... pretty awesome stuff for Wallace, making a name for himself at the PGA Championship.
3:31 p.m.: He found an OK lie there to the right on the fifth hole, leaving Tiger Woods a little window to play a high cut over the trees for his second shot. Extremely difficult position—184 yards to the pin with a 9-iron. He plays it hole high but he's in the rough to the right of the pin. It will likely be a tricky up-and-down.
3:24 p.m.: Tiger Woods goes with a driver again at the second hole, and we have a similar result to the fourth hole. The swipey swing goes short and right, which will leave his work cut out for him again to scramble for a par.
Tiger has had mixed results at the fifth hole—bogeying the hole in his third round, but birdieing it in his second round.
3:20 p.m.: Tiger Woods hits a brilliant wedge shot, spinning it back to about 6 feet on his third shot, to secure a sporty par at the fourth hole. He remains tied for second place with Justin Thomas at 10-under.
JT hits a really nifty chip from the right of the sixth green to about a foot to secure his par. He stays tied with Tiger for second place.
3:14 p.m.: Tiger Woods is making a mess of things at the fourth hole. His first driver of the round sliced into the right-hand bunker. From that bunker, Tiger's next shot came up about 60 yards short. He'll need to get up and down to make par here.
Koepka at the second hole found a similar to spot to where Tiger made birdie on No. 2. But his approach sailed long to about 40 feet on the back part of the green. He'll have to navigate that to save par.
Justin Thomas has rolled in his second birdie on his first five holes, hitting one from about 12 feet to tie Tiger at 10-under for second-place.
3:05 p.m.: Our leader Brooks Koepka with the ideal start to his round: He rolls in his 10-footer for birdie, while Adam Scott bogeys to drop a shot. That's a three-shot lead now for Koepka.
Alone in first place behind Koepka? That'd be Tiger Woods, the lone golfer now at 10-under with Scott's bogey.
3:00 p.m.: Brace yourself, world. Tiger Woods nearly dunked his tee shot at the par-3 third hole. The short one-shotter has been playing as one of the easiest holes this week, but Tiger's pitch mark was about a foot beyond the hole.
Tiger's shot settled right there, and he'll have about 2 feet for a second straight birdie. Which could've easily have been 3 birdies in his first 3 holes.
But regardless, Tiger is now 10-under par ... and two back. WOW!
2:56 p.m.: Tiger is now three back of Brooks Koepka. Tiger's stinger off the tee had just rolled off the fairway into the rough, giving Tiger an awkward stance for his second. No problem for the 14-time major winner. He put the approach to about five feet, and makes the putt.
2:47 p.m.: A couple disappointing pars in the past couple of minutes for Tiger Woods and Justin Thomas. JT has hit three excellent approach shots to start his round. He converted his first-hole birdie. But came up JUST shy on the second and third holes. He remains at 9-under.
Tiger, meanwhile, after his great fairway bunker shot, hit a putt that looked good the whole way, but just wiggled to the left at the end. The announcers, Tiger—everyone can't believe it didn't drop for an opening birdie. Tiger remains at 8-under and four back.
2:36 p.m.: Tiger Woods and Gary Woodland have now teed off in their final rounds. Woodland, who is just three back of the lead, finds the fairway with his iron, and Tiger, who starts the day four back, finds the left fairway bunker.
No problem for Tiger, though. He puts his fairway bunker shot from about 140 yards to within 8 feet. He has a chance for an opening birdie—he has birdied this hole two times in the first three rounds. This would be a huge momentum-charging way to start the round. Woodland finds the back fringe, about 15 feet away.
2:25 p.m.: What a start for the group of Justin Thomas and Shane Lowry. Both contenders roll in birdie putts to get to 9-under. Lowry's putt was about 35 feet, while JT put one tight to about four feet at the first.
If that's any indication, we could be in for an exciting Sunday at Bellerive. Oh, and Tiger Woods is about to tee off, too ...
2:22 p.m.: Rafa Cabrera-Bello has the best round on the course thus far—he has five birdies in his last six holes to vault into 9-under, which is good for T-3.
The smooth-swinging Spaniard is making a strong case for Ryder Cup, perhaps just in time to catch Thomas Bjorn's attention for next month's Matches.
2:16 p.m.: Justin Thomas and Shane Lowry have both kicked off their first rounds. These are two strong ball-strikers who sit four back of the lead. Lowry has experience, having been the 54-hole leader at Oakmont at the 2016 U.S. Open. He hasn't contended regularly in majors, but this spotlight isn't necessarily new.
JT, meanwhile, is hoping to become only the second golfer in the stroke-play era of the PGA Championship to defend his title. The other? Tiger Woods ... who will tee off shortly.
2:04 p.m.: Sneakily, Webb Simpson has played some of the best golf of the summer. The Players champion finished T-10 at the U.S. Open at Shinnecock and T-12 and the Open Championship. Now Webb is off to a strong start. He just made his second birdie of the day, this one at the difficult fourth hole, hitting to nearly tap-in range. Webb is 8-under now, which has vaulted him into the top 10.
Webb currently has the last Ryder Cup spot in the USA standings, and with a stellar Sunday here at the PGA Championship, where points will count double, Webb can help solidify his chances of representing the U.S. in France.
1:50 p.m.: Jordan Spieth just made one of the most improbable birdies you'll see today at Bellerive. Spieth hit a rough fairway wood second shot on the par-5 eighth hole—hitting a little duck hook into the rough in front of the green.
Then Spieth chopped out his third shot to about 12 feet, then drained the putt. The kid is a wizard. That's the fourth birdie through eight holes, unfortunately, along with a double bogey on that sixth hole. Spieth is back to 6-under, which is currently T-19.
1:37 p.m.: What an adventure Sunday has been for Rory McIlroy. After finding the water three times on his front nine, Rory had quite the journey at the drivable 11th. His tee ball went so far left, it rolled down the crosswalk of the 12th hole. It took a wicked hop off the cart path until it settled down. The lie wasn't playable, so Rory took a drop, then hit this unreal recovery shot.
Just a ho-hum par. Nothing to see here. Fun stuff from Rory.
1:20 p.m.: That momentum Spieth had just went into the water at the difficult par-3 sixth hole. His fade went a little too far to the right, and it fell into the drink.
The three-time major champ failed to get up and down after a sub-optimal third shot, leading to a double bogey, which will cost Spieth any outside chance he had at getting back into the tournament.
1:07 p.m.: Spieth's putt just slid by to the right, so he'll settle for a third par in a row and he'll stay at 6-under.
Also at 6-under is Dustin Johnson, who birdied the first hole, and just rimmed out his birdie putt at the par-3 third putt.
It'll obviously take something really, really special from Spieth or DJ to legitimately have a chance to win. But if there's anybody capable of putting up a record-setting final round, it would be these two world-class players.
1:03 p.m.: It's going to take a flawless round from Jordan Spieth—actually, a 60 or a 61 is most likely necessary for the 25-year-old to have a chance at the Wannamaker. But early in his round, Spieth is playing nearly flawless golf. The young Texan birdied the first and second holes, and his birdie putts at the third and fourth holes just slid by.
Spieth hit another good approach at the fifth hole and has about a 35-footer for birdie. He's currently 6-under and T-15.
12:55 p.m.: With hardly any wind and the course still soft from rain earlier in the week, more low scores are expected on Sunday at Bellerive Country Club. Already Cameron Smith and Chris Stroud have posted 66. Here's a look at the current leader board with the final pairing of Brooks Koepka Adam Scott still two hours from teeing off:
1 . Brooks Koepka (-12)
2 . Adam Scott (-10)
T-3 . Jon Rahm (-9)
T-3 . Rickie Fowler (-9)
T-3 . Gary Woodland (-9) T-6 . Tiger Woods and five other guys not named Tiger Woods (-8)
12:50 p.m.: One course change that could have a huge effect on Sunday's proceedings is the moving up of the tees on Bellerive's 11th hole. Like it did in the second round, this par 4 will play under 300 yards and tempt players into taking a crack. Our man on the ground Joel Beall has a nice breakdown here of what we can expect to see there today.
12:38 p.m.: OMG TIGER IS HERE AND HE LOOKS LIKE A BOSS:
Try to stay calm, people. And by people, I mostly mean me. . .
12:35 p.m.: Tiger Woods is two hours from teeing off, but I wanted to share this fortune I got with my Chinese take-out order last night. True story.
Of course, I have no clue what any of this means or whether this is a good or bad omen for the 14-time major champ.
12:13 p.m.: Nothing to see here, folks. Just a couple of superstars having a pretty involved conversation ahead of their final rounds at a major championship:
We don't know exactly what Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy were talking about, but we found the clip oddly fascinating. Neither will be a factor today, but on the bright side, a bunch of other big names are in the hunt to win the season's final major. Strap in and enjoy!
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