On Sunday morning, the final round of the PGA Championship teed off from Bethpage Black.
Brooks Koepka entered the day with a seven-shot lead after breaking several course records in his first two rounds. It’s been all Brooks over the first three rounds, but a handful of golfers are hoping he comes back to Earth over the final few holes.
For the others on the course, it’s all about going as low as possible.
It doesn’t get any lower than a hole in one.
Lucas Bjerregaard, who made a name for himself after taking down Tiger Woods in match play earlier this year, heard the crowd roar for him when he made a hole-in-one on the Par 3, No. 17.
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Bjerregaard had struggled through the first 16 holes, but found some magic when he needed it most.
Not to be outdone, Lucas Glover, Bjerregaard’s playing partner on the day, delighted the crowd surrounding No. 17 when he knocked in an impressive birdie from the bunker.
Bethpage played extremely difficult on Sunday as only 11 players managed to score under par – of the 82 in the field.
The course baffled the best, but Brooks Koepka still holds a significant lead heading into the final few holes.