Jason Dufner is still flying down the home-stretch of the third round in the PGA Championship, making the last four holes look easy so far. Dufner birdied the 15th and 16th holes with excellent approaches and putts, doing something few have done at Atlanta Athletic Club. On 17, after hitting a superb tee-shot into the par three, Dufner just barely missed a birdie, with his putt failing to fall by the slimmest of margins. Instead, he walked away with a par, and still shares the lead.
Brendan Steele is in the clubhouse with the lead after carding a third-round 66. Steele sits at 7-under for the tournament and is looking like a seasoned veteran at the PGA Championship, not a man playing in his first major. He'll likely play in the final group of the day on Sunday, barring something miraculous.
Keegan Bradley, playing in the final group, is in third, all by himself at 6-under. Scott Verplank is alone in fourth at 5-under for the tournament after recording birdies on two of the final four holes.