PGA Championship 2017: Kevin Kisner Holds 1-Shot Lead Entering Final Round

Kevin Kisner survived a double bogey on No. 16 and a bogey on No. 18 to hold a one-shot lead heading into the final round of the 2017 PGA Championship on Sunday. Starting the day at eight under par, Kisner finally showed some cracks in his armor with a one-over 72. The good news for him is none of his main competition coming into the third round made a major move to knock him off his perch. Chris Stroud and Hideki Matsuyama are tied for second at six under par. Justin Thomas and Louis Oosthuizen are right behind them at five under. Here's how the leaderboard stands with 18 holes left to play at Quail Hollow Club: After a fairly static start to the round for a trio of players who entered the day in the top three on the leaderboard, things took a turn on No. 12. took the hardest stumble with a double bogey, but Matsuyama and Kisner struggled before both settled for a bogey: Day was unable to stop his fall on the next hole, taking a bogey on No. 13 that brought his score for the…

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