After three rounds of the 2012 U.S. Open, a pair of familiar faces are atop the leaderboard with the only low scores of the tournament so far. Jim Furyk, winner of the 2003 U.S. Open, and Graeme McDowell, winner of the 2010 U.S. Open, are both at 1-under par through 54 holes.
Of course Furyk came in with the lead after the second round, so it was McDowell who was most impressive today, going 2-under par and working his way up the leaderboard.
It was a rough day, though, for favorite Tiger Woods, who consistently found himself taking shots out of the bunker and misreading the greens. But McDowell made the point after his round that even the guys at +4 (Tiger wasn't +4 at the time, but well on his way) still have a chance to make a run on Sunday.
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