On Sunday morning, Brooks Koepka held a seven-shot lead heading into the final round of the PGA Championship at Bethpage Black.
After setting several course records over the first two days of the tournament, Koepka found himself at 12-under for the tournament, seven shots ahead of a pack of players at five-under.
Coming into the final round, no golfer in history has dropped a seven shot lead on the final day – but Brooks Koepka could become the first.
After carding a birdie on No. 10, Keopka moved to 13-under for the tournament and looked to have it all locked up.
Then he bogeyed four-straight holes to open the door for his longtime friend, Dustin Johnson.
After four-straight bogeys, Koepka holds just a one-shot lead over Johnson, who has the best round of the day so far.
Koepka lead now 1 with fourth straight bogey.
— Tom D'Angelo (@tomdangelo44) May 19, 2019
All of the talk coming into today was about whether or not Koepka was the best player in the world and how unflappable he is on the course.
Now it appears the pressure may be getting to him at the worst time.
Can Koepka hold on to win his fourth major? Or will Dustin Johnson finally close the gap and walk away with his first PGA Championship title and second major overall?