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PGA Championship Round 3 live updates, leaderboard: Will anyone catch Xander Schauffele on Moving Day?

It’s moving day in Valhalla.

Saturday at the PGA Championship begins with Xander Schauffele leading the field by one shot. He’s led all the way to this point, something only five other golfers have done in the last 40 years.

Right behind him, however, is a rush of golfers ready to pounce on Louisville. Collin Morikawa is in the background. Sahith Theegala made his way into the final group. Scottie Scheffler, despite his arrest, shot a 66 on Friday and is in T4 to begin the third round. Bryson DeChambeau is also right with him. We could continue.

Tiger Woods, however, is not in this scramble. He fell to 7 after a rough start Friday and was among those who missed the cut. The good news is that the weather looks good after a long day of rain on Friday.

No matter the events, Moving Day will certainly be very eventful.

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Live22 updates

  • Collin Morikawa takes the lead

    Collin Morikawa finally knocked one down, and Xander Schauffele’s birdie putt went just right of the cup. That means Morikawa joined Schauffele at 12 under, two shots ahead of the rest of the field.

    Schauffele is even so far today, and 1 over his last 13 holes.

  • This difficult double bogey-bogey streak for Scottie Scheffler was his first in a long, long time.

  • Huge group under 10 years old

    Xander Schauffele and Collin Morikawa are still stuck at 1st and 2nd on the leaderboard, but there’s a large group tied for third at 10 under.

    The 10-under Group

    • Sahith Theegala

    • Thomas Detry

    • Bryson DeChambeau

    • Dean Burmester

    • Shane Lowry

  • Is Rory back in it?

    Rory McIlroy tries to get back to that. He has just made three consecutive birdies to close his first nine and four of his last six. He’s at 8 under now as he makes the turn.

  • Scottie Scheffler slips again

    Things aren’t going well for Scottie Scheffler today. He just hit it behind the fence on 4, then worked his way to the green. He still saved the bogey, but he is now at 5 under for the week.

  • Thomas Detry had 0 eagles this season entering the week. He now has 2, and is back to 10 cents.

  • Shane Lowry breaks down

    Shane Lowry is taking full advantage of Moving Day. He just shot a 29 on the front nine to reach 10 under for the week. Suddenly he is only two points from the lead.

  • Participation of Collin Morikawa

    Well, that’s one way to compensate for an early bogey. Collin Morikawa is still just one shot away from the lead.

  • Scottie Scheffler doubles, bogey

    Well, that’s not a good start for Scottie Scheffler. He has just doubled the second, which brings him back to T14. He then narrowly missed a par save in the third.

    Scheffler now has 3 points from 3 holes today, which puts him 6 shots behind Xander Schauffele.

  • An eagle at the 18th for Patrick Reed! It is now below par for the day and 4 under for the week.

  • If this holds, it will be the lowest-scoring round ever in a PGA Championship.

  • Variations of these are still ubiquitous today in Valhalla.

  • Everyone is attacking Valhalla today, but the final group just made three pars on the first hole. Xander Schauffele’s lead remains at 1

  • The penultimate group is moving and Scottie Scheffler sent his ball right in the middle.

  • Jordan Spieth’s First Eagle

    For the first time at the PGA Championship, Jordan Spieth has a double circle on his scorecard. He made an eagle at the par-5 7th, putting him under par for the day at Valhalla.

  • Scottie Scheffler’s new caddy

    Scottie Scheffler’s normal caddy, Ted Scott, will not be on the bag today. Scott returned home to attend his daughter’s high school graduation. This was planned well in advance. Scheffler’s friend and PGA Tour chaplain Brad Payne will take his place today.

  • Xander Schauffele led after both rounds of the PGA Championship. Historically, though, that’s not the best sign for him.

  • Louisville Mayor: No Bodycam Footage of Scheffler Arrest

    There is apparently no body camera footage of Scottie Scheffler’s arrest Friday morning.

    LOUISVILLE, KY - MAY 17: Scottie Scheffler (United States) holds an umbrella while waiting on the second hole during the second round of the 2024 PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club on May 17, 2024 in Louisville, Kentucky.  (Photo by Joe Robbins/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)LOUISVILLE, KY - MAY 17: Scottie Scheffler (United States) holds an umbrella while waiting on the second hole during the second round of the 2024 PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club on May 17, 2024 in Louisville, Kentucky.  (Photo by Joe Robbins/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

    Click the photo to learn more about the lack of body camera footage during Scottie Scheffler’s arrest. (Joe Robbins/Sportswire Icon via Getty Images)

  • The third round begins shortly

    Round three begins at 11:28 a.m. ET. For full departure times, click here.

    They will play as a trio, with those at the top of the rankings starting at No. 1, with the back half starting at No. 10.

    Here are some featured bands from Saturday:

    12:45 p.m. Brooks Koepka (-7), Taylor Moore (-7), Aaron Rai (-6)

    12:56 Matt Wallace, Hideki Matsuyama, Robert MacIntyre (all -7)

    1:07 p.m. Tony Finau (-8), Dean Burmester (-8), Harris English (-7)

    1:18 p.m. Bryson DeChambeau (-9), Austin Eckroat (-8), Viktor Hovland (-8)

    1:29 p.m. Thomas Detry, Scottie Scheffler, Mark Hubbard (all -9)

    1:40 p.m. Xander Schauffele (-12), Collin Morikawa (-11), Sahith Theegala (-10)

  • Round two is in the books and…

    78 players were selected (-1). According to Elias Sports Bureau, this is the highest number ever recorded, bettering the previous record of 71 at the 2006 Open.



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