The third round of the PGA Championship has not been kind to local products Robert Garrigus and Ryan Moore. Both players have shot poorly and have slipped down the leaderboard as Saturday's action nears its finish.
After two straight rounds of shooting an even-70, Robert Garrigus has strayed off a bit and sits at 4-over on the day through 15 holes. Garrigus had a rough start, recording two bogeys and two double-bogeys through the first seven holes. Though he has since rebounded with three birdies amidst one more bogey, Garrigus will end up above par on the day unless he shows some masterful shot-making (meaning birdies and eagles alike) thorugh the last three holes. Garrigus currently sits at 4-over overall. He has slipped from a tie for 17th at the beginning of the day to a tie for 51st.
Ryan Moore needed a big day on Saturday to move up the leaderboard and keep his title hopes alive. Unfortunately, Moore shot his worst round of the tournament. He recorded two bogeys and one double-bogey on the front nine, putting him at 4-over after nine holes. Though Moore did manage a birdie on hole 13, three more bogeys on the back nine secured a 6-over 76 on the day. Moore, who shot a 1-under 69 on Friday, now sits at 10-over for the tournament and has slipped from a tie for 62nd to a tie for 71st.
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