FARMINGDALE, N.Y. (AP) — The Latest on the PGA Championship on Sunday (all times local):
The beast came out at Bethpage Black in the final round of the PGA Championship.
Before runaway leader Brooks Koepka had teed off in the afternoon, there were 26 double bogeys or higher. In the third round, when conditions got tougher as the wind picked up, there were 31 total — all doubles.
Kiradech Aphibarnrat of Thailand had 6s on the par-4 5th and 7th holes. Daniel Berger had two double bogeys in his 78, including a 7 on the par-5 13th.
Ryan Vermeer doubled the 10th and 12th. Bronson Burgoon went double bogey on 12 and 15. Thorbjorn Olesen, who began the day with two birdies, made a double on No. 16.
Matt Kuchar and Charles Howell III, paired together, each had a double. And Tommy Fleetwood, who began the day at even par, doubled the 3rd and 6th holes.
Daniel Berger had a washout of a weekend at Bethpage Black.
Berger was in the next-to-last pairing with Adam Scott on Saturday after shooting 70 and 66. He ballooned to a 78 in the third round to sink any chances of winning his first major.
He was just as bad in the final round, with no birdies and, perhaps worst of all,…