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Summary

  1. Leader: -12 B Koepka
  2. Selected: -5 D Johnson, L List, H Varner III, J Janewattananond
  3. -4 M Wallace, H Matsuyama
  4. -3 J Spieth, A Scott, X Schauffele, P Cantlay; -1 D Willett
  5. Level R Fowler; +2 R McIlroy, J Rose; +3 T Fleetwood
  6. Live commentary on BBC Radio 5 live from 20:00 BST

Live Reporting

By Steve Sutcliffe, Becky Grey and Alistair Magowan

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    Right that's us done. Thanks for joining us.

    Brooks Koepka remains a record seven shots clear going into the final round of the Championship.

    We'll be back to see if he goes on to reclaim his crown later on Sunday but for now you can read our report on the third round of the USA PGA here.

    See you all soon.

  2. 'I couldn’t care less about breaking records'

    B Koepka -12 (F)

    More from US PGA leader Brooks Koepka speaking to Sky Sports:

    "The putt on 11 was big. The green slopes off the back. To make that six-footer was a momentum builder."

    Getting out of trouble?

    "That’s why you go to the gym I guess. All week I’ve had pretty good lies and you have to kind of hack it out, on to the green and minimise mistakes. I’ve got a big lead, a nice cushion but I just have to finish strong."

    "I have to keep doing what I’m doing. I’ll try to get off to a good start tomorrow and then try and minimise mistakes. I couldn’t care less about breaking records. I’m just trying to win a golf tournament. If they come that’s awesome but I'm just trying to win."

  3. Post update

    B Koepka -12 (F)

    Brooks Koepka speaking to Sky Sports after finishing his third round with a seven-shot lead:

    "I hit it pretty good the only thing lacking was speed on the greens. I was stroking it good, I just needed to hit my putts firmer.

    "It was tougher today, the wind picked up by a club-and-a-half and you have to get off to a good tart and be a couple under after six or seven holes and from there try to hold on."

  4. Post update

    B Koepka -12

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    The wind was up. The pin placements were difficult. But defending champion Brooks Koepka is still well in charge.

    Lifting the Wanamaker Trophy looks like more effort than some of those 200-yard iron shots he plays.

  5. Post update

    B Koepka -12 (F)

    Pinpoint as ever from tee to green. Brooks Koepka is just lining up a long-range birdie attempt on the last.

    He takes two though to finish seven shots clear of three players on five under. Harold Varner III will be taking in the last 18 holes with him tomorrow.

  6. Post update

    J Spieth -3 (17)

    Jordan Spieth is all smiles strolling up the 18. That's the sight of a man who knows he'll be put out of his misery shortly.

    And it is. Par to finish.

  7. Post update

    Almost there.

  8. Hole 18

    Par four, 411 yards

    18

    Either lay up short of the deep cluster of bunkers on both sides of the drive zone or be more aggressive and attempt to drive between or beyond them. The uphill approach is played to a blind putting surface.

  9. Post update

    J Spieth -3 (17)

    Jordan Spieth's had a touch of Koepkaitis today. Disappearing in bunkers now.

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  10. 'I'll play some video games'

    H Varner III -5 (F)

    Harold Varner III, who is tied for second, knows exactly how he's going to relax after his round.

    "I'll play some video games," he told Sky Sports.

    "I'm going to play Call of Duty, I'm so pumped."

    And on the golf, he said:

    "If you miss the fairway, give yourself the best chance to make par. That's what I'm doing and it's working out well.

    "I'll just keep doing what I'm doing. Obviously it's a recipe for success , I just need to get some rest."

  11. Post update

    B Koepka -12 (17)

    Everyone wants a piece of Brooks Koepka as his round nears its end.

    Come on give us a smile. The Poker face remains though.

    Brooks Koepka high fives fans
  12. Koepka takes par

    B Koepka -12 (17)

    Brooks Koepka marches down the 17th with a birdie putt on the menu. But it doesn't quite go to plan for the leader.

    He comes up short with a tricky putt down the slope but there's always the consolation of a par.

    Four hours after starting with a seven-shot lead, his advantage remains exactly the same.

  13. Post update

    Nearly there folks.

  14. Hole 17

    Par three, 207 yards

    17

    The hourglass-shaped green is mostly blind from the teeing ground, has two distinct tiers and is surrounded by deep bunkers.

  15. Johnson is scrubbed

    D Johnson -5 (F)

    The 18th is claiming so many shots this evening. Dustin Johnson takes his second shot from in the scrub by the green and sends it straight into a bunker.

    From there he chips well to set up a bogey putt, but that means he won't be playing with Brooks Koepka tomorrow.

  16. Bogey for Koepka

    B Koepka -12 (16)

    The lead now stands at six shots. Brooks Koepka bogeys the 16th and it hardly makes an indentation on the leaderboard.

  17. 'This course is brutal'

    M Wallace -4 (F)

    Englishman Matt Wallace, who finished with a par 70, said on Sky Sports:

    "It was tough. That's one of the toughest days I've had on a golf course in a while.

    "This course is brutal. I really saw it today because I wasn't quite on it. I felt like I was swinging decent but then I was just off line and was on the edge of fairways."

  18. Post update

    J Spieth -3 (16)

    'You need some Brussels Sprouts Jordan' goes the shout as Jordan Spieth drops another shot at 16.

    Don't worry Jordan it's nearly time to turn out the lights. There's always next year.