2010 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, Round 3

1 of 16 Kohjiro Kinno/SI
showed some of his old magic on No. 18 Saturday. With 260 yards to the pin and a tree in his way, he cut a 3-wood that started toward the ocean and ended up on the green, about 20 feet from the pin.
2 of 16 Robert Beck/SI
won the U.S. Open in 1994 and 1997, and he's in contention again at even par, six shots off the lead.
3 of 16 Kohjiro Kinno/SI
played with Woods on Saturday. In the Open on a special exemption from the USGA, he was four over Saturday, and he's eight over for the tournament.
4 of 16 Kohjiro Kinno/SI
Woods had five birdies and no bogeys on the back nine.
5 of 16 Kohjiro Kinno/SI
Against the spectacular backdrop of Pebble Beach, Woods had been mediocre until his charge on Saturday.
6 of 16 Kohjiro Kinno/SI
Woods started the day at four over par.
7 of 16 John Biever/SI
Mickelson went out in 38 with a double-bogey 6 on No. 9.
8 of 16 John Biever/SI
Mickelson managed only one birdie on the front nine at the par-3 fifth.
9 of 16 Al Tielemans/SI
found some trouble on Saturday on the way to a two-over 73.
10 of 16 Al Tielemans/SI
McDowell, from Northern Ireland, won the Wales Open earlier this month.
11 of 16 Al Tielemans/SI
started the round with the lead and birdied the first two holes. Bogeys on 16 and 17 knocked him back to three under for the tournament.
12 of 16 Fred Vuich/SI
"I put myself in a great position for tomorrow," Johnson said. "Keep playing like I'm playing, and I'm going to be tough to beat."
13 of 16 Fred Vuich/SI
is the longest hitter in the field and has been brilliant in all facets of the game. After a 66 of his own, he is six under and has a three-shot lead.
14 of 16 Kohjiro Kinno/SI
congratulated Woods on the shot.
15 of 16 Kohjiro Kinno/SI
Woods missed the eagle putt, but the birdie on the last hole gave him a back-nine 31 and a round of 66.
16 of 16 Robert Beck/SI
the young Japanese phenom, is three over.