Brooks Koepka will enter the final round of the PGA Championship with a two-shot lead and as the clear betting favorite to take home his second major of the season.
Koepka converted a 54-hole lead at this year’s U.S. Open, and his odds are +125 to do so Sunday.
Bellerive Country Club, softened from overnight rain on Friday, surrendered a host of low scores on Moving Day.
Koepka shot a 4-under 66, while Adam Scott, who has largely struggled this season, had the low round of the day at 5-under. Scott (8-1 odds) is two shots back of Koepka.
Rickie Fowler (8-1), Jon Rahm (11-1) and Gary Woodland (18-1) sit three back of Koepka.
Rahm played the best of that trio Saturday, shooting a 4-under 66. The Spaniard continues to impress with his ball-striking: He ranks fourth in the field in strokes gained tee-to-green.
Tiger Woods, who’s four back of Koepka after shooting a Saturday 66, is 14-1 to take home his first major championship since the 2008 U.S. Open.
Justin Thomas is also 14-1 and four shots off the lead.
Here’s the full rundown of odds from Sportsbook.ag, as of Saturday evening.