In the third round of the 2012 U.S. Open on Saturday, the golfers are having no more luck getting ahead of the difficult course at the Olympic Club in San Francisco. Tiger Woods and David Toms entered the day atop the leaderboard along with Jim Furyk, all tied at 1-under. Now Furyk stands alone ... for the moment, at least.
Woods has four bogeys against just one birdie through 13 holes and is at 3-over for the day, sitting in a tie for fifth place along with Ernie Els and Lee Westwood, the latter of whom had one of the better rounds of the day by shooting 3-under.
Toms, meanwhile, has gone 6-over through his first 14 holes and is in a tie for 18th place. Furyk remains the leader at 1-under, making a nifty hazard save on 14 to stay at par for the day.
Full tournament leaderboard can be found here.
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