After finishing up their third round earlier Sunday morning, the players are back on the course at the 2012 PGA Championship for the final round. Rory McIlroy is still in the lead despite a strong charge from a few other players.
McIlroy is 10-under for the tournament and 3-under through his first seven holes of the final round. Ian Poulter has made the biggest move of the day, jumping eight spots into second place at 6-under. Poulter is 5-under through nine holes in the fourth round. Poulter came out of the gates of fire, notching birdies on his first five holes and six of his first seven.
While not as hot as Poulter, Tiger Woods has also moved up the leaderboard and currently sits in a tie for fourth place at 4-under. Woods is 2-under in the final round with six pars and two birdies in his first eight holes. Vijay Singh, who found himself in a tie for the lead when play was suspended Saturday, continues to fall. Singh is now in a tie for 26th place at even par. He is 2-over during his final round.