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PGA Championship: Brooks Koepka tee times, watching TV, watching TV




Brooks Koepka hits his mark on No. 2. (Tannen Maury / EPA-EFE / REX)

Brooks Koepka awoke on Sunday morning with a confident lead in the PGA Championship, an event he won last year, and it just seemed like an epic collapse of Greg Norman or a close impossible run by another golfer before the fourth major victory.

But with the wind on the Black Course of Bethpage State Park on Long Island, which shot up to 32 km / h, just like Koepka and Harold Varner III, his playing partner, as well as the other golfer who joined him in the early afternoon pursued.

no. 3 (par 3, 223 yards): Varner returned the blow he had picked up on the first hole, and a few more. He turned the hole twice, drawing a tie in 4-under, with Dustin Johnson alone in second place at 6-under. Koepka, still settled, managed to par. Koepka: 11-under

No. 2 (par 4, 400 meters)

After Koepka and Harold Varner III threw two punches with his bogie and the birdie of his partner, they settled on the second hole. Both came with par and Koepka's lead on five strokes. Koepka: 11-under

No. 1 (par 4, 430 yards): Immediately a fan attempted to rattle Koepka and mumbled : "Little windy out there, Brooksie." Koepka opened the path he did not have preferred: with a bogey at the first hole. Varner found the fairway and managed a birdie that broke off Koepka's top. And that's how Koepka's seven-stroke lead came in at five, with Varner alone in second place. Koepka: 11-under

On the eve of the final round, Koepka had no doubt as to whether he could win.

"No," was the two-letter answer after his par 70 performance As Koepka on Saturday continued to show the unquestioning confidence that Tiger Woods showed in his heyday.

What is the historical dominance? With a win, he would be the first golfer to win two consecutive titles in two majors (the US Open is the other he won in 2017 and 2018). His seven-stroke lead was the biggest of all players in a major since Rory McIlroy led the 2011 US Open at eight.

Therefore, it is difficult to reproach him with a calm sense of fate. No leader after 54 holes lost a lead of seven or more in the last round. "He does what he promised," Xander Schauffle told reporters. "He talked in the media room and confirmed every word."

Could anything derail Koepka? After the Instagram account of his girlfriend, actress / model Jena Sims, certainly no trophy curse.

Mickelson's thumbs are alright. Really.

Phil Mickelson finished the race at 12, but he enjoyed thumbing all Phil fans. In fact, he had so much fun that he joked about "thumb activation" on Saturday in a hilarious social media post and again spoke on Sunday about breaking his one-day record in Bethpage with his gestures to the fans. "When the putts sink, thumbs up," he cracked. Sunday there was no such luck.

"My game had problems," he told TNT.

Really?

No.

"I'm just kidding," he told TNT. "That's why I did not fight."

Here you can find out how to watch TV (at any time in the East)

Online: 11.00-19.00. on PGA.com

TV: 11am to 2pm on TNT; 2-7 on CBS, CBSSports.com, CBS Sports App

Start Times:

7:35 am – David Lipsky, Rich Beem

7:45 am – Max Homa, Joos Luiten

7:55 Watch – Corey Conners, Marty Jertson

8:05 am – Kevin Tway, Kurt Kitayama

8:15 am – Ross Fisher, Andrew Putnam

8:25 am – Rafa Cabrera Bello, Beau Hossler [19659031] 8:35 am – Pat Perez, Rob Labritz

8:45 am – Charley Hoffman, Henrik Stenson

8:55 am – Justin Harding, Cameron Smith

9:05 am – Matt Fitzpatrick, Lucas Herbert [19659034] 9:15 am – Paul Casey, Phil Mickelson

9:25 am – Cameron Champ, Alex Noren

9:35 am – Graeme McDowell, Ryan Vermeer

9:45 am – JT Poston, Thomas Pieters

9:55 am – Kelly Kraft, Daniel Berger

10:05 am – Brandt Snedeker, Mike Lorenzo-Vera

10:15 am – Thorbjorn Olesen, Jason Kokrak

10:35 am – Bronson Burgoon, JJ Spaun

10:45 am – Gary Woodland, Keegan Bradley

10:55 – Francesco Molinari, Zach Johnson

11:05 am – Billy Horschel, Webb Simpson

11:15 am – Emiliano Grillo, Joel Dahmen

11:25 am – Matt Kuchar Charles Howell III

11:35 am – Aaron Wise, Tyrell Hatton

11:45 am – Haotong Li, Adam Hadwin

11:55 am – Rory McIlroy, Tony Finau

12:05 pm – Abraham Ancer, Jason Day

12:15 PM – Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Adam Long

12:25 PM – Louis Oosthuizen, Shane Lowry

12:35 PM – Jimmy Walker, Scott Piercy

12: 45 O'clock – Justin Rose, Sam Burns

12:55 pm – Chez Reavie, Tommy Fleetwood

1:05 pm – Lucas Glover, Lucas Bjerregaard

1:25 pm – Danny Lee, Danny Willett

1:35 pm – Sung Kang, Rickie Fowler

1:45 pm – Jordan Spieth, Erik van Rooyen

1:55 pm – Patrick Cantlay, Adam Scott

2:05 pm – Matt Wallace, Xander Schauffele

2:15 pm – Dustin Johnson , Hideki Matsuyama

14:25 – Jazz Janewattananond, Luke List

2:35 pm – Brooks Koepka, Harold Varner III

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