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The Tour Report

April 24 2011

1:50 PM

Big moves being made early

With the wind down from Saturday and conditions ideal for scoring, a few players are taking advantage and making a big move up the leaderboard.

The biggest of those moves is coming from Brandt Snedeker, who is 5 under through his first seven holes and suddenly finds himself one shot of the lead as the final pairing gets set to tee off.

Like everyone else in contention this week, Snedeker has torn up the front nine at Harbour Town, where he’s a collective 12 under on the front side so far.

Snedeker isn’t the only one going low, though. Kevin Na just capped a 5-under 66 and earlier in the day the PGA TOUR’s youngest player, 20-year-old Bio Kim, carded a career-best 65.