US Open champion Koepka looked set to carve out a big advantage in his bid for a third major in two years, but came unstuck with successive bogeys on the back nine before recovering with a birdie on the 17th to close with a 66 of his own and 12-under 198.
Ten and a half hours and 29 holes after he hit his first shot of the day, Woods finds himself again in contention at a major championship, four strokes back of leader Brooks Koepka in a tie for sixth.
After birdieing five of his first eight holes and playing the front side in 31 strokes, Woods stalled on the back nine, failing to convert any birdie opportunities and squandering a lovely chance at the par-5 17th, where he three-putted for par. "I enjoyed every minute", he said. "I'm not too anxious with what anyone else is doing out there". They were like, 'Did you see that No. 1 player in the world was here? "So we'll see some putts go in".
Koepka bullied rain-softened Bellerive on Saturday on the front nine and built a four-shot lead, only to run into bad patch that brought a strong list of contenders into the mix - including Tiger Woods - going into the final round of the PGA Championship.
At the second, Woods hit another easy tee shot into the fairway, then stuck a 146-yard approach to five feet - setting up an easy birdie putt. "But I think a part of everyone is playing for Jarrod out here this week". "I've been so in the zone, you don't know where you are".
Koepka, who became the first back-to-back US Open victor since 1989 in June at Shinnecock, birdied five of the first nine holes but stumbled with bogeys at 14 and 15 only to boost his lead with a birdie at the par-5 17th.
"Greens are receptive, so my 4-iron stops as quick as his 7-iron", Kisner said. "On the second hole, when I hit it in the water, that was a big boost to knock it in there tight and only make bogey. I like my position going into the weekend". Kevin Kisner played in the final group Saturday for the second year running and the results were similar.
"Couldn't have asked for a better start".
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"Whether it's a poor shot through technique or lack of discipline or a mental block, I've been doing it a lot, and today I didn't". Its soft, it's gettable and you can't just go out there and make a bunch of pars.
Rahm birdied two of his final three holes to get to nine under, with Ireland's Shane Lowry a further shot back after birdieing the last to get within four of the lead.
Woodland has never finished better than 12th in 27 major starts but he has never started so well in one either.
"Looking back, I'm going through all the scenarios and [the ball] was sitting in a little bit of where an old twig had been in mud and also slightly underground, which means you try to play the low shot, it could pop out high", he said. "When I stand over a golf ball putting as comfortable as I am right now, I'm pretty excited". "Hopefully, we can come back soon".
Tiger Woods is tied for 23rd at 3-under-par, but only got in seven holes before the suspension.
The 14-time major victor was three under for his round to that point and carried on where he left off on Saturday morning, pitching to five feet and holing the putt to improve to four under par.
On the prospect of a 62 he said: "I didn't know there was that".