LIV Golf rebel Brooks Koepka says his form is the best it's been in years but it looks like he has just one tournament left before "loads of time off".
The four-time major winner shot a round of 67 on Saturday to sit just one shot off the lead at the Jeddah Invitational going into Sunday's final round.
The American joined the Saudi Arabia-backed LIV Golf series in June ahead of their second of eight tournaments, with the final being held in Miami later this month.
Koepka has struggled with hip problems this season and has now managed to recover the faces that ended the competition this year while at the top of their form,
"Everything is starting to fall into place," Koepka said.
"It's the best I've felt in three years and the golf swing is starting to come around. I'm excited.
It's kind of a bummer that all we have left is this event and Miami and a lot of time off."
"If I'm healthy, I'll get the golf swing right where I can compete again.
It's the first time I've had back-to-back weeks since February, so it's been hard to build a rhythm."
Koepka has won both the PGA Championship and the US Open twice and has not won a golf tournament since February of last year.