Brooks Koepka’s Saturday charge leaves Rory McIlroy and Shane Lowry chasing at US PGA

The role of the pursuer isn’t always one to envy, but that is exactly what Rory McIlroy and Shane Lowry face in playing catch-up on 54-hole leader Brooks Koepka heading into Sunday’s final round of the 105th US PGA Championship at Oak Hill Country Club in upstate New York.
“I always say about Majors, you just need to hang around. Just hang around, make yourself a nuisance to somebody. Hang around and hopefully you’ll get to do something,” said a determined Lowry, perhaps taking a leaf out of Justin Thomas’s playbook in how the American made a late charge to get his hands on the Wanamaker Trophy a year ago.
This time, Koepka – a month after his Masters travails – shot a …