PGA Championship third round 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 stroke. He has led the entire way so far, something that only five other golfers have accomplished in the last 40 years.

However, right behind him, there is a stampede of golfers ready to pounce on Louisville. Collin Morikawa shoots a rebound. Sahith Theegala made his way into the final group. Scottie Scheffler, despite his arrest, shot 66 on Friday and is at T4 to start the third round. Bryson DeChambeau is right with him too. We can keep going.

But Tiger Woods is not in this scramble. He dropped to 7-over after a rough start on Friday and was among those who missed the cut. The good news is that the weather is looking good after a long day of rain on Friday.

No matter how it turns out, moving day is sure to be eventful.

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  • Shane Lowry goes down

    Shane Lowry takes full advantage of a moving day. He just shot a front-running 29 to get to 10 under for the week. Suddenly, he was just two away from the lead.

  • Colleen Morikawa chip in

    Well, that’s one way to make up for the early bogey. Collin Morikawa is just a shot away from the top spot again.

  • Scottie Scheffler double, bogey

    Well, that’s not a great start for Scottie Scheffler. He just doubled the second, bringing him to T14. Then he barely missed an equal chance in the third period.

    Scheffler is now 3-3 for the day, putting him six shots back of Xander Schauffele.

  • Eagle on the 18th by Patrick Reed! It is now below par for the day and at 4 below that for the week.

  • If that continues, it will be the lowest-scoring round ever at a PGA Championship.

  • Variations of these things are on the track again today in Valhalla.

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

  • The penultimate set was down, and Scottie Scheffler sent his ball straight down 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 on the par-5 seventh, putting him under par for the day at Valhalla.

  • New Scotty Scheffler box

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

  • Xander Schauffele led after both rounds at the PGA Championship. However, historically, this is not the best sign for him.

  • Louisville Mayor: No body camera footage from Scheffler’s arrest

    There appears to be no body camera footage of Scottie Scheffler’s arrest Friday morning.

    LOUISVILLE, KY - MAY 17: Scottie Scheffler (USA) holds an umbrella as he waits 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/Ikon Sportswire via Getty Images)LOUISVILLE, KY - MAY 17: Scottie Scheffler (USA) 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/Ikon Sportswire via Getty Images)

    Click on the image to read more about the lack of body camera footage from Scotty Scheffler’s arrest. (Joe Robbins/Sportswire Icon via Getty Images)

  • The third round begins shortly

    Round 3 begins at 11:28 a.m. ET. For complete tee times, click here.

    They will play in threes, with those at the top of the leaderboard starting at number 1, and the back half starting at number 10.

    Here are some of the highlights from Saturday:

    12:45 PM Brooks Koepka (-7), Taylor Moore (-7), Aaron Ray (-6)

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

    1:07 PM Tony Finau (-8), Dean Burmeister (-8), Harris English (-7)

    1:18 PM Bryson DeChambeau (-9), Austin Ekroat (-8), Viktor Hovland (-8)

    1:29 PM Thomas Detri, Scottie Scheffler, Mark Hubbard (all-9)

    1:40 PM Xander Scheufele (-12), Collin Morikawa (-11), Sahith Thegalla (-10)

  • Round 2 is in the books and…

    78 players achieved the score (-1). According to the Elias Sports Bureau, this is the all-time record, besting the previous record of 71 set at the 2006 Open Championship.

  • We’ll finish the second round!

    The second round is scheduled to resume at 9:40 a.m., and the third round will begin shortly after that once tournament organizers know exactly who will play where. The third round will be a duo start with groups of three men; It’s going to be a jam-packed training session today.

  • Fog delays the end of the second round, the beginning of the third round

    As of 9 a.m. Saturday morning, we still haven’t finished the second round of the PGA Championship — there are still six groups on the course — and the third round has yet to start. The fog has covered the entire course, and play can’t start until it lifts – you can’t play golf if you can’t find the ball, after all.

    Here’s the official PGA report:

    “UPDATE: The resumption of the second round has been postponed until further notice due to heavy fog. The resumption will be 30 minutes after conditions allow for play. The start times for the third round will be a split start in groups of 3 from the #1 and #10 tees from 11: 17 a.m. to approximately 1:40 p.m.

    The good news is that the weather looks stable for the rest of the weekend. So, while the course may be busy over the next couple of days, we should be able to finish the entire tournament on time. Knock on every piece of wood you find.

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