David Toms came out firing on Saturday morning at the PGA Championship, and is in the clubhouse with the low round of the day thus far. Of course, the leaders have still yet to tee-off, with the final group of the day, consisting of Keegan Bradley and Jason Dufner set to begin their rounds at 3 p.m. But in calm conditions on Saturday morning, low rounds were there for the taking, with Toms and others taking advantage.
Toms carded a 5-under 65 on Saturday, moving up 42 spots and into a tie for 11th. With his 5-under round, Toms moved back into the red, beginning the day at 3-over and ending it at 2-under for the tournament. As it stands now, he's just four shots off the pace, though a lot could change as the leaders take the course this afternoon.
In addition to Toms' day, Ben Crane also had an excellent round, carding a 4-under 66 to get to 1-under on the tournament. Matt Kuchar is at 4-under for the day, as well, but is through just 13 holes, with the difficult finishing stretch at Atlanta Athletic Club still ahead.
Coverage of Saturday's third round can currently be found on CBS and you can find a full look at the leaderboard here.