Golf used to be a simple game, dominated by players we knew so well that we needed only to use their first names, most recently Tiger and Phil. But the names Brendan, Jason and Keegan have challenged even the most obsessive fans at the 93rd PGA Championship at Atlanta Athletic Club.
Who are these guys?
Brendan Steele shot 66 and Jason Dufner carded a 68 to share the 54-hole lead at seven under par, followed closely by Keegan Bradley (69), who shook off an opening double-bogey and was one shot back.
"It was cool looking up at the leaderboard today and seeing Steele make birdie after birdie," Bradley said. "It was calming to me, actually. He's one of my good buddies out here. It's going to be really fun [Sunday]."
Americans hold the top five spots on the leaderboard and are poised to break a streak of six straight majors won by non-Americans.