2012 PGA Championship Leaderboard Update: Rory McIlroy Inching Closer To Victory

Rory McIlroy isn't doing his part in keeping Sunday afternoon's final round at the 2012 PGA Championship exciting, as he continues to blow the rest of the competition out of the water. McIlroy tied for third place in 2009 and 2010 in the same tournament, but looks destined for a first place finish in this year's event.

McIlroy parred the 13th and 14th holes on Sunday to stay at 11-under through the four rounds of the tournament. He's yet to finish a hole during the final round with anything but either a birdie or a par, steering clear from any bogeys with just four holes left in the tournament.

Ian Poulter and Carl Pettersson continue to sit in second place at five-under, while two of the three golfers tied for fourth place -- including Justin Rose and Keegan Bradley -- have already entered the clubhouse while finishing four under par.

For what it's worth, Tiger Woods is currently in seventh place at three-under with three holes remaining.

For a live leaderboard, visit Golf.com.

For news and updates throughout the week at the PGA Championship, stay tuned to this StoryStream. For all your golf news as the playoffs approach, visit SB Nation's golf hub.

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