Brooks Koepka out in front at 12 under.
"Brooks had a massive lead and then two holes later it was one shot", Rahm said.
Woodland eagled the par-5 17th, dropping his second shot five feet from the cup and holing the putt, then birdied the second and third and answered a bogey stumble at four with a 25-foot birdie putt at the eighth - all as Kisner watched.
Those errors brought Woods back into contention.
Koepka and Scott tee off at 2:55 PM in Bellerive.
But in his wake are some other heavyweights. He recovered from that well enough to secure his third PGA tour victory on Super Bowl Sunday.
The laid-back 28-year-old American has never before led a major entering the final round but he shrugged off having 13 rivals within five strokes, even a long-awaited Woods challenge among seven major champions in that pack.
Adam Scott, at 10 under, is looking closer to the former World No. 1 version of himself than the one that has just one top-10 finish this season. Koepka's sturdy frame seems ready to shoulder the load, but if he falters at all, it should be absolutely bananas at Bellerive with the 100th PGA Championship at stake. What Koepka possesses in sheer strength, Scott showcases in a fashion more lean.
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Scott, who won at Augusta National in 2013, was on 135 after a second-round 65. It just changes the way you work the next few holes, I feel all the time.
"Yeah, there's a lot of star power, and it should be, it's a major championship", Koepka said.
Finau was among five players who accompanied Furyk to France this summer for a scouting trip at Le Golf Nacional, the host course of the September 28-30 Ryder Cup matches. A two-stroke lead is big, but three majors is a history that's thicker than most. His only top-10 has been a tie for ninth at the Byron Nelson, when a third-round 72 was enough to keep him from giving eventual victor Aaron Wise a run for his money. Woods also didn't stick around for four rounds at Shinnecock Hills.
Spieth refused to acknowledge he's out of it entering Sunday's final round. We saw plenty of the Tiger/Justin Thomas/Rory McIlroy group, and plenty of Jason Day and Phil Mickelson as well, but those were online featured groups already. And if the putter feels good and stays hot on the weekend, just try and make some kind of a run. "It's amusing how things work", said Berger, who's also been dealing with a wrist injury this week. Golf is, undoubtedly, more exciting when that is the case.
Nothing against Francesco Molinari, but had it not been for his playing competitor, Woods, being in the hunt on Sunday, the British Open might have had the worst of the three 2018 major finishes. The gym is his refuge, a place where he can go and get away from golf and expectations; just not the feeling that he's overlooked among the game's best. And now we're going out on a Saturday afternoon in the mix at the PGA, it's great. But will Koepka be tougher?
"For me to make triple on 10, to give myself a little bit of confidence, I told myself I did the same thing in Phoenix", said Woodland.
"Well, I mean it would be more than twice the thrill for me, but I think no matter who wins tomorrow I think if that person has met Jarrod Lyle, then they will have felt something with him passing this week".
Get ready, St. Louis.