Bridgestone Invitational Leaderboard: Jim Furyk Looking To Hold Off Keegan Bradley

Jim Furyk has been the wire-to-wire leader of the 2012 Bridgestone Invitational, but the defending PGA Championship winner is challenging him the weekend before the Tour's final major.

Keegan Bradley is 5-under on Sunday through 14 holes, and 12-under for the tournament, putting him just one shot off Furyk's lead at 13-under.

After birdieing the first three holes of his round, Furyk has shot 1-over par with one bogey on his next 11 holes. Meanwhile, Bradley has followed up his front nine 33 with three birdies already on the back nine.

The two are playing together in the final group along with Louis Oosthuizen, who has been unable to make a move in the final round, shooting even par on the day through 14 holes.

Tiger Woods looks as if he will finish in the top 10 after shooting a 66 today. Woods had four birdies on his round, but was even par on the back nine. Tiger was unable to make any putts today (and all weekend really), averaging 1.9 putts per hole for the tournament.

For a live leaderboard, visit Golf.com.

For news and updates throughout the week at Firestone, stay with this StoryStream. For all your golf news as the season's final major approaches, visit SB Nation's golf hub.

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