Players Championship 2012 Leaderboard: Matt Kuchar Leads At 13-Under, Keegan Bradley Finishes At 2-Under

After shooting a 2-under-par 70 on Sunday at the 2012 Players Championship, St. John's grad Keegan Bradley finished the tournament at 2-under-par. Bradley bounced back from his 2-over-par round on Saturday with five birdies and three bogies on Sunday.

Bradley finished 72nd in 2011 at this event and looks to finish well above that placement this year. He is currently tied for 35th. Bradley finished ahead of past Players Championship winners K.J. Choi (missed cut) and Tiger Woods (1-under-par).

Matt Kuchar is the current leader on Sunday at 13-under-par after 13 holes. Kuchar has a one shot lead on Martin Laird, who has played 17 holes. Kuchar is 2-under-par on the day which is holding off Laird's great comeback attempt. Laird is 6-under-par on the day.

Stick with this storystream for updates throughout the 2012 Players Championship, and head over to SB Nation's golf blog Waggle Room for insight and analysis.

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