The 2011 PGA Championship leaderboard is starting to see some movement now that the men on top after the second round have teed off. One such player has made a pretty big move to tie for the lead. Brendan Steele, who started the day two shots off the lead, has surged to the top of the leaderboard after shooting -3 on his first 11 holes. Steele is currently at -6 and shares the lead with Jason Dufner.
Dufner and Keegan Bradley shared the lead after the second round. Thus far, Dufner has shot a -1 on the day through nine holes, while Bradley is even. Jim Furyk has moved into a tie for second at -5. Five players follow at -3, including Lee Westwood, who is -2 on the day through 12 holes.
Earlier, David Toms, Charl Schwartzel and Robert Karlsson made big moves, and all are tied with three others at -2. Toms shot a five-under 65, while Schwartzel fired a four-under 66.