Nothing is over just yet at the 2012 U.S. Open, but the shockingly difficult course at the Olympic Club in San Francisco is certainly living up to its billing ... and then some.
Tiger Woods entered the day in a tie for first place at 1-under. At the end of his third round, Woods is now tied for 14th place at 4-over. A pair of late bogeys on the back nine helped contribute to Woods' woes. Something else to watch for on Sunday: as he was leaving the course following his final hole on Saturday, Woods banged his hand on a cameraman's camera and appeared to injure it, although he claimed that it was fine in an interview a few minutes later.
Your leaders entering the final round will be Jim Furyk and Graeme McDowell, both at 1-under and holding a two-stroke lead over Fredrik Jacobson. Furyk was even for the day, while McDowell shot an impressive 2-under.
Full tournament leaderboard can be found here.
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