Woods close to 15th major crown
World number one Tiger Woods leads the USPGA by two shots going into Sunday's final round at Hazeltine.
The 33-year-old will start his fourth round on eight under after a 71 on Saturday with holder Padraig Harrington and Yang Yong-Eun in joint-second looking to close the gap. Henrik Stenson and US Open champion Lucas Glover are four back, Ernie Els is on three under, while Ross Fisher leads the Britons at two under. However the attention is on Woods, who is aiming to win his 15th major and move to within three of equalling Jack Nicklaus's record of 18 major titles. A victory on Sunday would also see him equal the tally of five USPGA crowns, held by Nicklaus and Walter Hagen, and keep up his record of winning a major title every year since 2005. "I was just trying to be very patient out there," said Woods on his third round. "The golf course was playing a little more difficult and I had the lead so I played conservatively. "I didn't give myself a lot of looks and the one putt I missed was the three-putt (at the 4th) so other than that it was a really good, solid day."