Deutsche Bank Championship 2012: Keegan Bradley Cards 3rd-Round Score Of 8-Under Par, 63

Keegan Bradley, a native of Woodstock, VT, made a huge move up the leader board Sunday shooting a remarkable 8-under par, 63, in the third-round of the Deutsche Bank Championship in Norton, MA. The score helped Bradley post a three-day total of 6-under par (207) and vaulted him 52 spots up the leader board and sit in a tie for 15th place.

Bradley's incredible seven-birdie, one-eagle, one-bogey performance puts him in decent position to make a run at the leaders in Monday's final round. Currently, Bradley sits six shots behind second-round leader Rory McIlroy, who's set to tee off at 1:45 p.m. Right behind McIlory are golf stars Louis Oosthuizen (-11), Tiger Woods (-10) and Jason Dufner (-9).

Besides Bradley, no other golfer are making a big push up the leader board but the meat of the field has yet to tee off. Bradley's round is an indication that Sunday's scoring could be low and a lot of golfers will have a shot at making a run at the leaders.

A full leaderboard can be found on Golf.com, as well as a full list of pairings and tee times. For more on the PGA Tour, visit SB Nation Golf.

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