Needing to card some red-numbers on his front-nine scorecard Saturday, Keegan Braldey has failed to accomplish that at August National Golf Club. Bradley, a St. John's University alum, made just one birdie on the front-nine to move to 3-over par overall, but it hasn't been enough to make a big move up the 2012 Masters leaderboard.
Currently, the biggest mover in the field is Korea's Sang-Moon Bae, who began the day 2-over par and has made two birdies thru five holes to move to even par, which is five shots behind the leaders Fred Couples and Jason Dufner.
Meanwhile, Tiger Woods has made two birdie and one bogey thru seven holes, and is currently 2-over par for the championship -- still seven shots back from the top of the leaderboard.
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