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Greenbrier Classic 2012: Leader Troy Kelly Pacing The Competition

With no Tiger or Phil, the relatively unknown Troy Kelly continues to lead the Greenbrier Classic on moving day.

After shooting a 5-under 29 on the front nine of his round Saturday, Kelly has maintained the top spot on the leaderboard, as he's now six under on the day through 14 holes, and -10 for the tournament.

He has no bogeys on the day.

With many of the leaders entering today's round still not yet through the turn, Kelly's final score of the day will likely be challenged, as Jerry Kelly and J.B. Holmes are already two under through just seven holes of play, and are tied for second place at -9.

U.S. Open champion Webb Simpson, the leader through two rounds, has parred all five of his first holes of the day and remains at nine under par.

While Kelly's torrid pace through the first 14 holes gives him the best round of the day so far, Blake Adams has jumped 31 spots up the leaderboard, as he's 5-under par through 12 holes.

Jeff Maggert, who was second behind Simpson entering the third round of play, has fallen well off the lead with two bogeys and one double bogey through his first six holes of the day.

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