Deutsche Bank Championship 2012: Louis Oosthuizen Sits Atop Leaderboard After Third Round

Former St. John's golfer Keegan Bradley stole the show early on Sunday, but it is Louis Oosthuizen who leads after three rounds of play at the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston. Oosthuizen matched Bradley for the round of the day by also carding an 8-under par 63 on Sunday. Oosthuizen is 19-under for the tournament. Second round leader Rory McIlroy is three shots off the lead after shooting a 4-under par round of 67.

Americans Dustin Johnson and Tiger Woods are tied for third place after three rounds, both 13-under for the tournament. Johnson shot a 6-under round of 65 on Sunday, while Woods carded a 3-under round of 68.

Bradley's 8-under round of 63 has him tied for 19th place, 6-under par overall for the tournament. Phil Mickelson is tied for 9th place at 9-under, and U.S. Open champion Webb Simpson is tied for 14th place at 8-under par.

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

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