Having yet to tee off, Sergio Garcia (10-under) remains on top of the leaderboard at The Barclays, leading Nick Watney (8-under) by two strokes, but in early-morning action, Australian Jason Day and American Jimmy Walker have made some noise of their own.
Day, who started the final round of action at the Bethpage Black Course, has gone 5-under through 17 holes in the fourth round on Long Island, improving his score from 4-over to 1-under. Day still sits nine strokes back of Garcia's 10-under. Garcia tees off at 1:40 p.m. ET.
Walker, who shot a first day 5-under 66, faded during the middle two rounds of the Barclays, but his stroke has reappeared on Sunday, shooting 3-under through the first 10 holes. Fellow American Bud Cauley is also three-under on the day. He and Walker are tied for 22nd on the final day of The Barclays, both at 2-under for the tournament overall.
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