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2011 PGA Championship Leaderboard: Americans Brendan Steele And Jason Dufner Lead Field At -6

The third round of the PGA Championship is underway and four Americans- Brendan Steele, Jason Dufner, Keegan Bradley and Jim Furyk- sit at the top of the leaderboard. Steele and Dufner lead the field at 6-under overall, with Steele sporting a 3-under through ten holes and Dufner posting a 1-under through seven holes.

Bradley and Furyk both stand one shot off the lead at 5-under. Bradley, who started in a tie for first at the beginning of the day, has an even score through eight holes and has slipped to a third-place tie. Furyk, on the other hand, started in a tie for third at the beginning of Saturday and has maintained his position by shooting 1-under through ten holes.

David Toms' early 5-under performance still remains the best of the day as the golfing action continues. Toms, who began the day at 3-over, jumped from a tie for 53rd to a tie for 10th.

Other players who have made big moves so far include Swede Robert Karlsson and American Ben Crane. Karlsson, nearing the end of his round, has put up a 4-under performance through 17 holes. He is currently 3-under overall and has jumped from a tie for 26th at the start of the day to a tie for sixth.

Crane, who has finished his round, shot a 4-under 66 to reach 1-under overall. He has moved up the leaderboard from a tie for 53rd to a tie for 16th.

Coverage of Saturday's third round can currently be found on CBS and you can find a full look at the leaderboard here.

Stay tuned for 2011 PGA Championship updates. Also check out Waggle Room and SB Nation's golf hub for more on the PGA Tour. 

Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.