There are good scores to be had at the PGA Championship on Sunday, with multiple players deep in their rounds and under-par for the day. Francesco Molinari has the most notable round going thus far, moving to 5-under for the round and 2-under for the tournament -- he began the day at +3 -- through 13 holes. As it stands now, Molinari is tied for 11th on the PGA Championship leaderboard, though none of the leaders have teed-off.
In addition to Molinari's blistering round, Ben Crane and David Toms are way under par, moving up the leaderboard, as well. Each is at 4-under for the day and 1-under for the tournament with just a few holes left on their rounds. Hunter Mahan is also at 4-under for the day, but is at just even-par for the tournament. Three others -- Luke Donald, Brian Davis and K.J. Choi -- are currently at even-par for the tournament and are under par for the day, though each has a ways to go to catch the leaders.
Keegan Bradley and Jason Dufner still hold the lead at the PGA Championship, though they won't tee-off until 3 p.m. as the final group of the day.
You can find a full look at the leaderboard here.