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Yes, Woods might have finished second by two strokes to Brooks Koepka at the PGA Championship on Sunday to extend his drought without a major for at least eight more months.

Brooks Koepka has a two shot lead as he looks to win his second major of the year, with Adam Scott in outright second as he seeks to add to his US Masters victory from 2013.

His nearest challenger is former Masters victor Adam Scott of Australia, who carded a fine five-under 65 for 10-under 200, two shots back.

Scott had one last chance to force some drama on the last hole, but a six-foot birdie putt on the 17th green that would have put him within one shot of Koepka curled wide of the cup. He joined Woods, Jack Nicklaus, Ben Hogan and Gene Sarazen as the only players to win the two USA majors that rotate to different courses in the same year. "I was giving him crap because he let us down on the back nine with only three birdies".

Woods, with a 2:35 p.m.

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Armed with a two-shot lead overnight, Koepka made a confident start when he holed from eight feet for birdie at the first, but he opened the door for the chasing pack when errant drives at the fourth and fifth led to bogeys and trimmed his advantage to one.

"Everyone is going to have to shoot low rounds", Woods said.

But Scott rallied at the same time that Koepka's touch with the putter deserted him.

"It's tough to beat when the guy hits it 340 down the middle", Woods said.

For the second major in a row the reports of the Woods resurrection proved to be somewhat exaggerated.

"I feel like I've been doing all the right stuff, and I just haven't been doing it on the golf course".

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"Hopefully we can come back soon", Tiger said.

Koepka joked about working out in a public gym this week with Johnson and not being recognized.

The 42-year-old looked certain to end a string of pars when he fired a superb approach into the par-five 17th, only to charge the eagle attempt four feet past the hole and miss the return.

How can you hit no fairways out of seven on the front nine and still walk to the tenth tee having played just 32 shots?

Fleetwood signed off with a 68 for tied 36th place.

Even with 17 players separated by three shots at one point on the front nine, everyone had to catch Koepka, Woods included. "Most majors the weekends get hard, but I think this course you're going to have to keep shooting birdies".

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