- South Africa's Louis Oosthuizen shook off a bent club and arm injury after hitting a tree root at the PGA Championship to put himself in contention for his second major title. Oosthuizen overcame the second-hole setback to fire a par-71 in the third round at treacherous Quail Hollow, standing on five-under 208 for 54 holes, two strokes behind US leader Kevin Kisner. Oosthuizen is the only major winner among 15 players under par after 54 holes. "It's the type of golf course you don't have to go out and make birdies. You just need to keep everything together," said Oosthuizen. "If I can have a solid start tomorrow and get to the 14th hole and see where I am, anything can happen from 14."