2012 Players Championship Leaderboard Update: Martin Laird Jumps To Tie For First

Martin Laird of Scottland has jumped to the top of the leaderboard, as he is now in a tie with Matt Kuchar at 12-under par.

Laird has been red-hot on Sunday, shooting a six-under through 13 holes. Kuchar has been able to hold his spot at the top shooting one-under through nine holes. The two golfers are three strokes ahead of the next closest golfers.

After beginning the day tied for the lead, Kevin Na has struggled, bogeying four out of the last five holes entering the back nine. He has also just completed the ninth hole.

Another contender, Rickie Fowler has also stumbled on Sunday, falling to eight-under after putting in a round of one-over through 10 holes.

Tiger Woods overcame a horrific front nine to finish the tournament at one-under. He is currently tied for 39th.

For a live leaderboard throughout the rest of the tournament, head over to Golf.com.

We'll keep you up to date with all the latest news and updates for this tournament in this StoryStream. Still not enough golf for you, head over to Waggle Room or the SB Nation Golf Hub Page.

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