The Wanamaker Trophy will be hoisted on Sunday evening as the PGA Championship is one round away from crowning a winner. And it could be a first-time PGA Tour winner at that.
The leaderboard heading into the final round is topped by a handful of unknowns.
Rookie Mito Pereira enters the final round with a three-shot lead. The 27-year-old from Santiago, Chile, has shot three consecutive rounds under 70, leading the field at 9 under. Pereira will tee off in the final pairing with 27-year-old Englishman Matthew Fitzpatrick, who also shot three rounds under 70 and sits at 6 under par.
The penultimate pairing features Will Zalatoris, the second-round leader and 2021 Masters runner-up. The Wake Forest grad, 25, will hit the tee box with fellow Demon Deacon and 25-year-old Cameron Young. Zalatoris is three shots off the lead, and Young is four.
One player you will not see on Sunday is four-time Wanamaker Trophy winner and 15-time major winner Tiger Woods, who withdrew from the tournament shortly after his brutal and painful third round ended Saturday.
WHO IS MITO PEREIRA:Unheralded rookie leads PGA Championship
PGA CHAMPIONSHIP:Purse is tournament-record $15 million; $2.7 million to winner
LEADERBOARD: Follow the scores here
Here is all the information you need to get ready for the final round of the 2022 PGA Championship at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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