PGA Championship 2018 Leaderboard: Latest Scores and Standings from Sunday

Gianni Verschueren@ReverschPassFeatured ColumnistAugust 12, 2018

ST LOUIS, MO - AUGUST 12:  Rafa Cabrera Bello of Spain plays a shot from a bunker on the sixth hole during the final round of the 2018 PGA Championship at Bellerive Country Club on August 12, 2018 in St Louis, Missouri.  (Photo by Stuart Franklin/Getty Images)
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The final round of the 2018 PGA Championship got underway Sunday with Brooks Koepka in search of his second major of the season.

The U.S. Open champion started the day with a two-shot lead over playing partner Adam Scott, with Jon Rahm, Rickie Fowler and Gary Woodland a further shot back. The final pairing started at 2:55 p.m. ET (7:55 p.m. BST).

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ST LOUIS, MO - AUGUST 12:  Tommy Fleetwood of England plays a shot on the ninth hole during the final round of the 2018 PGA Championship at Bellerive Country Club on August 12, 2018 in St Louis, Missouri.  (Photo by Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images)
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Koepka set his lead with a round of four-under golf Saturday, doing much of his damage on the front nine and salvaging his score on the back nine.

The 28-year-old is trying to do a rare double:

Koepka's strong work from the tee and good approach play are perfect fits for the forgiving course at Bellerive Country Club, making up for some of his misses on the greens.

Indeed, getting to the greens quickly has been key, per golf writer Justin Ray:

Tiger Woods, who started the day tied for sixth place, has used the exact opposite approach:

The course doesn't particularly suit his strengths, and as it has played so easy through three rounds, he could find it difficult to make up a four-shot deficit. The likes of Fowler and Rahm have also been in superb form, and they're not expected to drop too many shots, either.

Jason Day, Justin Thomas and Shane Lowry started their rounds tied with Woods at eight-under, with Francesco Molinari and Dustin Johnson just a little further back. All still have a chance of making a major move up the leaderboard, but unless the putters of the guys at the top of the leaderboard go quiet, a win seems nearly impossible.

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