Bridgestone Invitational Leaderboard 2011 Day 3 has some exciting news to tell golf fans. It was Jason Day who made a stunning performance by a 7-under round 1 which made him the current leader in the 2011 World Golf Championships – Bridgestone Invitational at Akron, Ohio, Firestone Country Club.
The Bridgestone Invitational Leaderboard 2011 Day 3 current leader Jason Day scored three birdies in three straight holes. He also added another 4 birdies to four holes on the back nine in round 1. The accuracy and swing calculation was just too perfect on his tee shots for him to take the lead. Some of the players who currently stand behind Jason Day in Bridgestone Invitational Leaderboard 2011 Day 3 tournament are Kyung-tae Kim of South Korea, Rory Sabbatini of South Africa, Thomas Bjorn of Denmark and from the United States, Steward Cink, D.A. Poing and Brandt Snedeker. Also Fredrik Jacobson of Sweden ranks at 4-under. While Phil Mickelson stayed at 3-under heading into Saturday’s play. Adam Scott with Tiger Woods ex-caddie on his bag sits at -9 thru 3 holes Saturday.
The Bridgestone Invitational Leaderboard 2011 Day 3 tournament is just one of the exciting events in PGA tour especially with the return of Tiger Woods who sits at -1 under after two rounds. It can never be doubted that the hype is in the air as the players perform at their best in this competition. As we move to the 3rd round, many predictions can be anticipated for some players to catch up. Until then, we just need to wait for the final day 3 results.