Final round of the PGA Championship live

Brooks Koepka is in a strong position to win his second major of the year.

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  • The 100th PGA Championship moves into final round
  • Tiger Woods hasn't played a PGA Championship since 2015
  • Justin Thomas is returning as defending champion

(CNN)The stage is set for a dramatic finish to the 2018 PGA Championship. Brooks Koepka clings to a two-shot lead ahead of a large group going into the final round on Sunday.

Koepka is at 12-under in the 100th PGA Championship through three rounds. But Adam Scott, thanks to a third-round 65, is only two shots behind. Tiger Woods, at 8-under, is also among those within striking distance. There are 10 players within four shots of the lead.
After weather suspended play on Friday, Woods had to finish his second round on Saturday and then play a full third round later. Woods still climbed the leaderboard with a third-round 66.
Gary Woodland, who started the day in the lead at 10-under, carded a 7 on the par-4 10 to drop off the pace. But he battled back to join Jon Rahm and Rickie Fowler at 9-under. All three are trying to win their first major.

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Koepka has already won the US Open this year and is going for his third major championship.
You can watch the PGA Championship on live streams for the final round. This includes exclusively watching a featured group all day. Coverage is on the PGA Championship live player and on the PGA Championship mobile app.
PGA Championship LIVE will have four featured groups on Sunday, with two in the morning and two in the afternoon. Coverage will include the players' pre-round preparation on the driving range and putting green.
Here's the lineup for Sunday:
Featured Group: Tommy Fleetwood, Satoshi Kodaira
Coverage starts live around 11 a.m. Eastern on Sunday.
Featured Group: Mike Lorenzo-Vera, Rory McIlroy
Coverage starts live around 11 a.m. Eastern on Sunday.
Featured Group: Gary Woodland, Tiger Woods
Coverage starts live around 2:35 p.m. Eastern on Sunday.
Featured Group: Brooks Koepka, Adam Scott
Coverage starts live around: 2:55 p.m. Eastern on Sunday.
Along with coverage of the featured groups, PGA Championship LIVE will provide coverage of the closing Nos. 16, 17 and 18 holes at Bellerive.
The daily featured groups and the featured holes coverage can also be watched for free through B/R Live, which is available for Android, iOS, Roku, Amazon Fire TV and mobile web.

PGA Championship on traditional TV:

(All times Eastern)
Sunday, August 12 (Fourth Round)
11 a.m.-2 p.m. on TNT
2-7 p.m. on CBS