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US PGA Championship Social Diary: Kisner stays top as Day struggles at Quail Hollow
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US PGA Championship Social Diary: Kisner stays top as Day struggles at Quail Hollow

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American Kevin Kisner stayed top of the US PGA Championship leaderboard following the third round on Saturday.
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Kevin Kisner retained his lead at the US PGA Championship as Jason Day faltered dramatically.

Kisner stayed atop the leaderboard by one stroke at Quail Hollow thanks to his one-over-par 72 in the third round on Saturday.

Former world number one Day made a mess of the 18th in Charlotte on the weekend.


Having put himself in contention, the Australian bogeyed the 17th and quadruple bogeyed the final hole to end the day with a 77.

Virtually out of contention is Jordan Spieth at three over, as well as Rory McIlroy and world number one Dustin Johnson, who are both four over.

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