PGA Championship leaderboard: Live golf scores, results from Sunday's Round 4 playSporting News — (Brandon Schlager)
No, your calendar doesn't deceive you. The PGA Championship is much earlier in 2019 and here to stay as golf's second of four majors.
A move from August to May means better spacing for the PGA Tour schedule, which can maximize its storylines and intrigue with a major each month from April until July. In fact, they're already reaping the rewards after Tiger Woods' stirring Masters victory last month. He took three weeks off to bask in the glory of a 15th major championship and will be well rested to contend for a 16th at Bethpage Black, chipping away at Jack Nicklaus' all-time record.
Woods, ranked sixth in the world entering the weekend, was installed as the odds-on betting favorite on the heels of his Augusta win at 10-1.
Brooks Koepka, the 2018 PGA Championship winner, and world No. 1 Dustin Johnson are hot on Woods' tail at 11-1. The strength of the 2019 field is fit for a major, of course, with previous winners Rory McIlroy and Justin Thomas and fan favorite Phil Mickelson among the challengers.
Follow scores from the field below with our live PGA Championship leaderboard.