Deutsche Bank Championship 2012: Keegan Bradley Storms Up The Leaderboard With Sunday 63

Former St. John's Red Storm golfer Keegan Bradley took full advantage of moving day Sunday at the Deutsche Bank Championship and shot an 8-under 63 at TPC Boston, vaulting him up the leaderboard.

The 2011 PGA Championship winner made seven birdies and an eagle, offset by only one bogey. After his strong Sunday, Bradley is 6-under going into the tournament's final day. Bradley's 63 is the best score posted thus far Sunday and came on the heels of rounds of 71 and 73 on Friday and Saturday for the 26-year-old.

With leaders Rory McIlroy (-14), Louis Oosthuizen (-14), Tiger Woods (-11) and Dustin Johnson (-11) out on the course, it is still to be seen how far off the lead Bradley will be entering the final round of play on Monday.

A full leaderboard can be found on Golf.com, as well as a full list of pairings and tee times.

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