Panoramic view of the eighth hole during the third round
Panoramic view of the eighth hole during the third round of the 112th U.S. Open at The Olympic Club on June 16, 2012 in San Fransisco. (AP Photo/Scott A. Miller)
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Tiger Woods is in the background and Jim Furyk a bit fuzzy in this photo as they walk off the 17th tee during the third round of the U.S. Open on Saturday in San Francisco. But it was Furyk who was sharp, shooting a 70 to share the lead with Graeme McDowell.
Jim Furyk, teeing off on the eighth hole at the Olympic Club on Saturday, shot a 70, which made him the only golfer at this U.S. Open not to card a round over par.
Tiger Woods considers his options as he looks out after his drive on No. 16. Woods ended up with a bogey 6 on the hole, one of his six bogeys on the day.
Graeme cracks it
Graeme McDowell blasts a shot on his way to a 68 on Saturday. ''Probably for the first time this week, I actually enjoyed the round of golf,'' he said.
Day in the sun
Co-leader Jim Furyk hits onto the 18th green during the third round at the Olympic Club.
Raphael Jacquelin of France tries to get his ball closer to the hole as he hits from a bunker on the second hole.
In the shadows
Ian Poulter (right) and his caddie make their way around the Olympic Club course.
A panoramic view of the eighth hole at the Olympic Club during the third round of the 112th U.S. Open on a sun-splashed Saturday minutes from downtown San Francisco.
It's up there
Martin Kaymer and golf fans watch his shot out of the bunker on the seventh hole.
Take a look
It's quite a view from the Olympic Club as Phil Mickelson preps his putt on the eighth green.
Tiger Woods gets a ball as he gets ready to start the third round.
Life's a beach
Ian Poulter hits out of a bunker on the fifth hole during the third round.
Watch it go
K.T. Kim tees off on the third hole during the third round.
Jason Day tries to get his ball through some trees.
In full swing
Germany's Alex Cejka hits from the first fairway during the third round.
Take your time
Ian Poulter of England lines up a putt on the first hole.