PGA Championship: Final round tee times, pairings for Sunday at Bellerive

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Brooks Koepka and Charl Schwartzel had the best rounds of the field, firing 7-under-par 63s to tie the tournament record for the lowest score in a round.

Molinari, who became the first Italian player to win a major with his victory at Carnoustie last month, was three over par after seven holes of his opening round. "This is the first real Tiger effect, I guess you could say". "I'm not too anxious with what anyone else is doing out there".

"The golf course is gettable", Woodland said. If you do that well, and, obviously, in there you're going to make those putts.

"I played really well", Koepka said. "But I was happy to bounce back with a couple of those birdies and again just post a solid round in my second round". I thought I had made it. I'll eat a few meals tonight and then I'll be ready tomorrow, you can be sure of that'.

Kisner made bogey on No. 9 and finished the day with a 64, one stroke behind Woodland and one ahead of Brooks Koepka, victor of the past two U.S. Opens.

"He bent down and picked up the tee right away", Dan said after Gary lashed his first drive, on No. 10, 314 yards onto the left side of the fairway.

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"Butch [Harmon] and I focused so hard this year on driving the golf ball because, when I drive it in play, I'm playing a game a lot of guys aren't playing out here, and that's a huge advantage".

"I'd like it to be kind to me this weekend".

Woods completed a second consecutive 66, finishing with ten straight pars to take the clubhouse lead for a while on eight under par.

"Couldn't have asked for a better start".

"I feel safe because I feel safe where my game is", Woodland said. "I just didn't make any putts".

While officials sounded the horn just after 3.30pm local time on Friday (Saturday NZ time), Fox was one-under through 12 holes for a tournament score of three-under, seven shots behind leader Gary Woodland.

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"He's rolling the rock and really striping it", Kisner said.

Only a three-putt bogey at the fifth hole halted his progress, though he put the setback quickly behind him to birdie the next three holes.

Woodland has never finished better than 12th in 27 major starts but he has never started so well in one either. I'm very comfortable with how I'm driving the golf ball.

Koepka defended his US Open crown in June, the first back-to-back US Open victor since Curtis Strange in 1988-89. In fact, after draining a 10-footer for par to keep his front-nine momentum intact, Woods had birdie putts of 20, 16, 14, 8 and 20 feet at the 11th through 15th holes, a 20-footer for eagle at the 17th and a 14-footer for birdie at the 18th - and made none of them.

A bogey on the 10th was instantly cancelled out by a tap-in birdie on the short 11th, but Woods then three-putted from 100 feet on the next after his approach from the rough just reached the front of the green. I didn't even think of it. "I would have liked that". South African Brandon Stone was seventh on 134.

Jordan Spieth's career Grand Slam chances vanished with an ugly - and unusual - triple bogey on Saturday at the PGA Championship. But the 25-year-old American shot 67 to stand on 137.

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