Highlights of Saturday's third round at the PGA Championship

Dustin Johnson waves on the 15th hole during the final round of the PGA Championship golf tournament at the Quail Hollow Club Sunday Aug. 13 2017 in Charlotte N.C

Highlights of Saturday's third round at the PGA Championship

"I'm obviously not scoring well and I hit the ball in every bad spot", Mickelson said to a large group of reporters after the second round. The goal was to try and win them all.

"I'm having a tough time visualizing the shot", he said.

He was ten shots adrift of early pacesetter Kevin Kisner, but insisted: "If you take "Kiz" out of the equation I feel I'm right in there, although it will take two low rounds over the weekend for me to win from here". - Spieth, on what he thinks he must shoot to get back to contention. Then he hit a root on a shot with an 8-iron and bent the club, meaning he couldn't use it when he needed it late in his round. The ball caromed off another tree and left him a hard pitch back to the fairway. Hideki Matsuyama almost ties for the lead but his birdie putt stops one roll short of the cup and he stands on six-under along with Chris Stroud. He had three birdies and one bogey on his card. He was at 5-under 208 along with Justin Thomas, the son of a PGA professional, who played bogey-free over his last 12 holes and posted a 69. "I think that's why I feel like I'm ready to win a major championship now versus past year, when I probably didn't have that."That's what Tiger [Woods] did so well". He won tournaments by five or six with his B-game or C-game. He made all pars on the front nine, with birdies on Nos. He drove the green and left himself a tap-in for eagle. He went from solo 6th to outside the top 15 with compounding mistakes. 13 though 16, going birdie, eagle, eagle, birdie.

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"That's what I grew up practicing and playing, to play on the PGA Tour and to have a chance in major championships", he said. "The nice thing about it was it put me in a position where something really special [Sunday] can ... you never know".

He still has a chance to add to that British Open title at St. Andrews in 2010.

He apologized two days later and returned the following year at Pebble Beach, where he made a 14 on the par-5 18th hole, withdrew after his opening-round 83, dumped three balls into the Pacific Ocean and hit another into a backyard adjacent to the fairway. A double-bogey at the 12th leaves him five back. That gave him a 73, and after getting within three shots, he trailed by six. He shot 72 Saturday and is 4-over for the week.

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Tournament leader Kisner was not unscathed, either.

Olesen picked up birdies on most of the same holes, and he finished with a 30-foot birdie that also sounded like an accident. Olesen rallied with an even-par 71 Saturday and is 3-over.

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