CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The Latest on the PGA Championship (all times local):

2:10 p.m.

The co-leaders of the PGA Championship are on the course for the third round.

The final group of Kevin Kisner, Hideki Matsuyama and Jason Day went off at 2 p.m. Kisner and Matsuyama began the round sharing the lead at 8 under. Day was joined by Chris Stroud at two strokes back.


1:20 p.m.

It’s hard enough to make an eagle at Quail Hollow.

It’s even more difficult for two players in the same threesome to do it on back-to-back shots on the same hole.

Marc Leishman chipped in from 85 feet from the back of the green for an eagle on the par 5 10th hole on Saturday. Not to be outdone, Billy Horschel followed a few seconds later by making eagle on a chip from 29 feet from the front of the green.

The other player in the threesome Jason Dufner must have felt a little embarrassed — he only managed a par.

The only other eagle on the day belongs to Hideto Tanihara.


12:10 p.m.

Jordan Spieth’s bid for a career Grand Slam is beginning to slip away.

Spieth entered the third round of the PGA Championship 11 shots back and needing a big round to get back into contention. Instead, he’s heading in the opposite direction after making bogey on two of the first five holes. He’s currently 5 over for the tournament and 13 shots back of the leaders.

Spieth was hoping to become the youngest player to win all four majors. But he followed a first-round 70 with a 75 on Friday to fall back in the pack.


8:30 a.m.

Instead of making up ground in the PGA Championship, Bernd Wiesberger missed the cut for the first time in a year.

Wiesberger was on the cut line of 5-over par when he returned to complete the rain-delayed second round at Quail Hollow. He had three holes to play, including the two easiest holes on the front nine. But he missed a 7-foot birdie on No. 7, failed to birdie No. 8 with a wedge in his hand and then fell out of the top 70 and ties by three-putting for bogey on the ninth hole. He shot 75 and finished at 6-over 148.

That ended his streak of 28 consecutive cuts made dating to last year’s PGA Championship.

Adam Scott, meanwhile, was spared a missed cut. If Wiesberger had…