Moving day (Saturday) was quite interesting in this year's PGA Championship. The leader board was as volatile as the stock market has been this week.
When the dust settled some relative unknowns finished at the top of the leader board, Brendan Steele and Jason Dufner at -7. Keegan Bradley sits one shot back at -6, Scott Verplank -5 and Steve Stricker at -4.
It was painful to watch Jim Furyk, who was at -7 at one point until he started knocking balls in the water. For his last five holes, Furyk was +5.
Atlanta Athletic Club has been producing some bi-polar rounds. Players one day can shoot in the mid 60's then shoot in the mid 70's or higher the next day. The course setup for the final round will be the shortest of the week at 7,236 yards. They've shortened the par-4 6th to a drivable 289 yards. The PGA is seemingly dangling a low score out there to the players who can execute, hoping for a Masters style Sunday charge.
Players on the periphery for that Sunday charge, should the lead groups falter, would include Steve Stricker, David Toms, Adam Scott, Luke Donald and Lee Westwood.
TNT: 11am-2pm ET
CBS: 2pm-7pm ET