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All four of those four shots under par were all gained on the first eight holes of Woods' second round (finished Saturday morning), as well. He was at 3-over par for the second round through nine holes and 4 over for the tournament, putting him in a tie for 111th.

"A kid legit just passed out right before Tiger teed off on No. 12", Kyle Porter tweeted.

US Open champion Koepka looked set to carve out a big advantage in his bid for a third major in two years, but came unstuck with successive bogeys on the back nine before recovering with a birdie on the 17th to close with a 66 of his own and 12-under 198.

The 28-year-old is 18 holes away from winning three of the last seven majors, not bad considering he missed one of those Grand Slam stops earlier this year when he was rehabbing a wrist injury during the Masters.

It is only the second time in major-championship history that two scores of 63 or better have been shot in the same round.

Koepka is in third place at 8-under-par for the tournament.

Spaniard Jon Rahm, halfway leader Gary Woodland and Rickie Fowler, hunting his long-awaited first major, are a further stroke behind. He finally made one at No. 10 and came back with still another birdie at No. 11 before play was suspended for the day.

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To give an indication of the company Koepka could be keeping, only four other players have ever won the US Open and PGA in the same season - and their surnames were Sarazen, Hogan, Nicklaus and Woods. Time after time he put himself in position to go lower, and time after time he let the opportunity slide by.

"That was enough to make me play a little more freely". Kevin Kisner shot a six under par 64 to sit at 9 under par, one shot out of the lead.

But an even-par back nine leaves Woods having to chase down a four-shot deficit if he is to earn his 15th major title. Watching Finau make all those birdies, Furyk "didn't say anything, but he was just shaking his head", Finau said.

"As much as I can", Brown said of trying to follow Woods throughout his round.

"You always feel like you've got something to prove, whether it be to yourself or somebody else", said Koepka, who will take a two-stroke lead into the final round following a third-round 66. Justin Rose (-4) leads the English challenge, with Matt Wallace and Ian Poulter just a shot back.

If truth be told it was a small miracle that he managed to play his last six holes in two under par despite hitting one green, for a 67.

He signed for a bitterly disappointing 71 to be tied 44th, and his chances of getting back on the major trail haven't survived until the final round on a course tailor-made for his game.