(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JIM LITKE AP Sports Columnist No chance you've heard this one before: Two Swedish guys go off in the next-to-last pairing in the final round of the PGA Championship and ...
One of them wins a major.
''We're definitely increasing the chances with having two guys up there rather than one,'' Henrik Stenson said.
''Or,'' he added a moment later, ''none.''
Hard to argue with that.
Stenson and Jonas Blixt will try to do something Sunday at Oak Hill that none of their countrymen have ever accomplished, but countrywoman Annika Sorenstam did 10 times. Stenson, who shot 69 in the third round and was at 7 under, will tee off two shots behind leader Jim Furyk. Blixt, who carded a 66 and might have locked up the shot-of-the-tournament title with his approach into No. 18, will start three behind.
Despite Saturday's bogey-free result, Blixt knows one thing in his pre-round routine that's definitely going to change.
''I drank coffee in the morning and got really jac...