Rory McIlroy pulls off great recovery shot at PGA Championship

Rory McIlroy pulls off great recovery shot at PGA Championship

Rory McIlroy pulls off great recovery shot at PGA Championship

Now, it has the trappings of a shootout.

Kisner continues to own a piece of the lead following his second consecutive 4-under 67. For once McIlroy had an off day with the driver, which compromised his approach shots to the greens and, averaging only 46 feet proximity to the hole, piled the pressure on the putter. Then the storms arrived, and everything changed.

Kevin Kisner survived a calamitous finish at the PGA Championship on Saturday thanks to a good bounce off a bridge that allowed him to escape with a bogey and take a one-shot lead into the final round at Quail Hollow.

DeLaet made up six shots in a span of four holes, so even players who are outside the top five have an outside shot at applying pressure to Kisner in the quest for the year's final major.

Yet one-over 72 and tied-33rd on the opening day at the PGA Championships is not a disaster and I am only five behind as there were no too many deep scores. 14-16, only to be stuck with a double-bogey on the final hole. He finished with a bogey and a 73 and was 11 shots behind.

But that was before the rain.

Kisner and Matsuyama, both leading a major for the first time, were at 8-under 134. The 25-year-old Japanese star already was 5 under for his round in tough conditions, and he added two birdies after the rain.

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Molinari has done virtually everything in golf including capturing a WGC title winning the World Cup of Golf with his brother Edoardo and late previous year denying Masters Champion, Danny Willett to win his home Italian Open for a second time in his career.

Kisner is all about grit and a sharp short game. From there, he shot 66-62 and won by four shots over Phil Mickelson.

"I was trying to do just that, trying to play aggressive, see how many birdies we could make", Spieth said. I don't practice. I warm up in the morning, and I go play. "If I'm five back at the start of the day, I've got to be less than five back after Friday to really feel like I can play the way this golf course needs to be played and still be able to win". He started to show signs of turning the corner last week at Firestone.

"I have replied to every single one of them", Stroud said the other day.

"I'm probably not playing as well as I did at the end of previous year".

The 2012 and 2014 PGA Championship victor is considered a favorite this week, along with Jordan Spieth, to take home the Wanamaker Trophy. Now, he wonders how much longer is season will last. "That's already set. It's more so in between the ears, making sure I make the right decisions and not get ahead of myself". He is three strokes under par after rounds of 69 and 70 but knows he will be at least five strokes out of the lead starting his third round Saturday. He has managed only four birdies in 36 holes.

"With one birdie, it's going to be hard to post a solid round", Spieth said.

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