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PGA Championship 4th round live updates, leaderboard: Schauffele leads turn while DeChambeau and Hovland trail behind

PGA Championship 4th round live updates, leaderboard: Schauffele leads turn while DeChambeau and Hovland trail behind

It has been a long time since a major tournament had a truly dramatic end. It will take something special for anyone to run away with the 2024 PGA Championship.

Xander Scheufele, who shared the lead with Collin Morikawa to start the day, made four birdies on the front nine to take a two-shot lead down the field at the turn Sunday afternoon at Valhalla. However, Bryson DeChambeau and Viktor Hovland continue to attack behind him. Morikawa, on the other hand, missed several birdie looks on the front nine.

There were 15 players within five shots of the lead to start the day. While Schauffele is still in the lead as he searches for his first major title, there are still plenty of people who can catch him.

Scottie Scheffler, who was arrested Friday morning off the course in Louisville, finished 13 under for the week after posting a 6-under round to end the tournament.

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  • Reset leaderboards

    With Bryson DeChambeau’s final birdie on the 16th, here’s how things stood late in Valhalla. We are at a great end.


    1. Xander Scheufele (-20) (13)

    T2. Viktor Hovland (-19) (16)

    T2. Bryson DeChambeau (-19) (16)

    4. Justin Rose (-16) (16)

  • Bryson throws darts

    Bryson just smashed this one 220 yards, landing it about 3 feet after he immediately started walking. He’s looking at another birdie now on the 16th, which will put him back within one birdie.

  • Xander returned to the solo lead

    Another short birdie putt for Zander and he was back in the lead, -20. The advantage may be a little greater. He has more birdie-friendly holes to work with than Hovland and DeChambeau.

  • Xander bounces back

    Nails by Xander Schauffele, who drained an 8-footer for birdie at 11 to get back into a tie for the lead.

    Let’s be clear about something here: Yes, Schauffele has been on top for most of this entire tournament, but he’s not giving this thing up. He’s less than 4 years into his tour, it’s just that Hovland and DeChambeau are charging.

  • DeChambeau stays in it

    Bryson DeChambeau didn’t make it on the short par-4 13th. Instead, he bombed his drive, leaving himself a short drive that led to a short birdie that led to 18 under Hovland’s back.

    Behind him, Scheufele takes a closer look at birdie No. 11.

  • Hovland to the lead

    Viktor Hovland pours in birdie after birdie. The curler on 13 is his sixth of the day. This moves him to 19 under on the sole possession of the lead.

  • Xander stumbles

    Bryson countered a tough up-and-down shot at 12. Behind him on the par-5 10th, Scheufele found a trap on his drive, was rough on his second, fell over the green and into the fringe on his third, and fell short. His fourth, then missed a short putt for par. This is a bit like replaying two for 5 points can be obtained.

    Scheufele and Hovland are now tied at 18 years old.

    Meanwhile, Collin Morikawa has yet to find a red character. Another missed birdie putt on 10 makes it a straight 10 pars. That would be great at the US Open, not so much on Sunday in Valhalla.

  • Hovland to second place himself

    Viktor Hovland won’t let Schavel get away with this. A putt to the green at 12 resulted in an 8-foot birdie. He reached the under-18s, just behind Xander.

  • Rory at 12 under

    That’s it for Rory McIlroy this week. An 18-under jumper moves him to the 12-under. This could potentially be the end of the top 15, but the underrated streak continues.

  • Leaderboard update

    Now that the last group has done their part, this is where things stand in Valhalla.


    1. Xander Scheufele (-19)

    T2. Bryson DeChambeau (-17)

    T2. Viktor Hovland

    T4. Collin Morikawa (-15)

    T4. Justin Rose

    T6. Shane Lowry (-14)

    T6. Lee Hodges

  • Xander Schauffele is back by 2

    While Collin Morikawa missed the goal, Xander Schauffele scored directly. He sank his fourth birdie of the day at the ninth, moving him to 19 under and back to a two-shot lead.

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  • Collin Morikawa misses another birdie

    Collin Morikawa had a great look for birdie on the ninth, but missed. He would make the turn at par for the day, putting him one behind Xander Scheufele. A frustrating start for him for sure.

  • Viktor Hovland, Bryson DeChambeau are now back at once

    Xander Schauffele’s lead was back to just one shot after Viktor Hovalnd and Bryson DeChambeau each scored the 10th. Both men had very short birdie putts after missing eagle chances, which moved them to under 17.

  • Free Scotty!

    Scottie Scheffler bounced back with a 6-under round on Sunday to end a very strange PGA Championship.

    Click on the image to read more about Scotty Scheffler's week in Valhalla. Click on the image to read more about Scotty Scheffler's week in Valhalla.

    Click on the image to read more about Scotty Scheffler’s week in Valhalla. (Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

  • Scottie Scheffler finishes at 13 years old

    Scottie Scheffler’s week is finally over. He just posted a 65 in his final round, dropping him to 13 under for the week. After his arrest and chaotic day on Friday, it was a stunning end for the world’s No. 1-ranked golfer.

  • Xander Schauffele is back by 2

    Despite landing in the bunker on the 7th, Xander Schauffele still got up and down looking for birdie. He is now 18 under on the day, giving him a two-point lead once again.

  • Almost everyone is down so far today. Morikawa remains at par, down to T4, while Theegala leads by one point and is now four shots back.

  • 3 straight to Hovland

    Viktor Hovland sank his third straight jumper, and is now tied with Bryson DeChambeau at under-16. He’s now just one shot back of Xander Scauffele, and just hit a close shot at No. 8. He’ll have a look for a share of the lead.

  • Scotty Scheffler is back

    It’s too late to make a difference, but Scottie Scheffler is rocking the back nine. He made five birdies through seven holes on the back side, putting him at 13 under now for the week. If it weren’t for a tough outing on Saturday, he would have been right about that.