Take a quick look at the PGA Championship leaderboard, and you'll see that it reads like a who's who of golf's superstars.
With the exception of Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, pretty much everyone you might expect to be in contention as we head into the final 18 holes at Oak Hill are within striking distance: Jim Furyk, Jason Dufner, Steve Stricker, Adam Scott, Rory McIlroy, Lee Westwood, Dustin Johnson.
And they are all within seven strokes of the lead.
We are in line for a scintillating Sunday, and here's everything you need to know so you can catch all the action.
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Scores in the 60's were much more difficult to come by on Saturday, but Furyk shot an impressive two-under 68 to take the 54-hole lead at nine under for the tournament.
Many might point to last year's U.S. Open, where Furyk took the three-round lead into Sunday but ended up finishing fourth, two strokes behind Webb Simpson.
But according to ESPN, Furyk has held a 54-hole lead seven times since 2003. And the loss last year was his only one. Despite what recent history might indicate, the veteran knows how to hold onto leads.
Will he be able to do so once again to capture his second major and first Wanamaker Trophy? Or will the slew of stars close behind him make for too much pressure?
There are two kinds of people in this world. Those who can predict how McIlroy is going to play, and those who are liars.
After McIlroy put together a dynamite season that culminated with a PGA Championship—the second major win of his career—and a World No. 1 ranking, many were ready to start calling him the next transcendent superstar in golf.
He has followed that up with a mediocre 2013 season, however, so far failing to secure an event win and finishing 25th, 41st and far outside the cut line in his three majors.
Just when you thought the 24-year-old was out, though, he goes and shoots a first-round 69 to remind you how good he can be.
And then when you climb back on the bandwagon, he goes plus-five over his next 10 holes, seemingly dropping out of contention.
Then when you forget about him again, he finishes Round 2 with four birdies in the final eight holes, shoots a three-under on Saturday, capped by a chip-in on 18, and cracks the top 10 heading into Sunday.
McIlroy is a thrilling roller-coaster ride, and it will be fun to see what the defending champ does with the leaders in his sight.