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    Overnight leader Dustin Johnson has a one shot lead early in the final round of the PGA Championship major in San Francisco

    Overnight leader Dustin Johnson has a one shot lead early in the final round of the PGA Championship major in San Francisco


    Johnson has birdied the fourth hole to move to 10-under par.

    The American's a shot clear of countrymen Bryson DeChambeau, Colin Morikawa, Cameron Champ, Scottie Scheffler, Matthew Wolff and England's Paul Casey.

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