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PGA Championship 2014 - Live Stream Free, TV Coverage & Leaderboard: Round 3 News Update

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Rory McIlroy sits 36 holes away from his fourth major win heading into the PGA Championship's third round. With a strong list of competitors at his heels, McIlroy can't affords a round similar to Friday's.

The 25-year-old Irishman is 9-under 133 and sits just one stroke ahead of Jason Day and Jim Furyk. He had four birdies, two eagles, and two bogeys-one that momentarily cost him the lead- en route to a score of 67.

McIlroy is attempting to become the first back-to-back major winner since Padraig Harrington in 2008.

The lowest round of the day belonged to Day, who jumped 18 spots on the leaderboard. The Australian impressed with a 6-under, converting on five birdies and one eagle. A bogey on the 15th was the only lapse on an otherwise stellar afternoon.

When: Saturday, August 8, 2014

Where: Valhalla Golf Club, Louisville, Ky.

Notable Tee Times (All Times Eastern): Rory McIlroy and Jason Day 3:00 p.m., Jim Furyk and Ryan Palmer 2:50 p.m., Phil Mickelson 2:30 p.m., Sergio Garcia 1:10 p.m., Bubba Watson 1:00 p.m.

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TV: CBS, TNT

Furyk's day wasn't as productive. He struggled to begin the back nine, bogeying the 10th and 12th holes before finish the day with consecutive birdies, the latter being a two-foot put that completed his round of 68. A runner-up to Jason Dufner at last year's PGA, Furyk is looking for his first major victory since the 2003 U.S. Open and his first tournament win since 2010.

Mikko Ilonen, Rickie Fowler, and Ryan Palmer sit two strokes the leader with five others-including Phil Mickelson-staring the day at 6-under. Absent from the group is the PGA's most recognizable face.

Tiger Woods- Valhalla's last PGA Championship winner- shot a 74 on Friday to put him well behind the lowest score necessary to advance. It's just the fifth time in Woods' storied career that he's failed to make the cut in a major.

Whether it was the heavy rain or nagging injuries Woods plays through, he never seemed comfortable. He needed a round in the mid-60s for a glimmer of hope. Instead he finished in 117th place with a 6-over par.

After settling for par on the first three holes, Woods bogeyed on holes four and seven and double-bogeyed on the sixth. If pain wasn't apparent on the front nine, his limp and grimace after swings made it apparent as the round progressed.

It may have been Woods' last tournament in 2014, even if he has an outside chance at the Ryder Cup team.

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