2012 U.S. Open at Olympic Club

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After losing ground Saturday at Olympic, Tiger Woods will need a special Sunday for a chance at his 15th major.
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Playing with Woods, co-leader Jim Furyk shot a third-round 70 to tie Graeme McDowell at one under par.
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McDowell shot three under on the back nine for a third-round 68. Only he and Furyk remain in red figures at Olympic.
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Woods began the day tied for the U.S. Open lead with Furyk and David Toms.
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Woods struggled early, shooting a three-over 37 on the front nine.
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Woods finally made his first birdie on the ninth hole.
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Woods bogeyed two of his last three to cap a round of 75, the highest round he's ever shot while tied or leading a major.
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At four over, Woods trails co-leaders Furyk and McDowell by five shots.
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Furyk made three birdies and three bogeys en route to an even-par 70.
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Furyk made three birdies and three bogeys in the third round.
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Furyk will play alongside McDowell in the final group Sunday, teeing off at 3:10 p.m. local time.
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Both co-leaders have won U.S. Opens before: McDowell in 2010 at Pebble Beach, and Furyk in 2003 at Olympia Fields.
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After bogeying three of his first five, Ernie Els was five under the rest of the way. A two-under 68 leaves him tied for fourth.
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Sweden's Fredrik Jacobson made four birdies in his round of 68. At one over, he's alone in third place heading into Sunday.
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Belgian Nicolas Colsaerts parred his first 10 holes before making a birdie on the eleventh. He made two bogeys on the way in, however, and is two over going into Sunday.
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Lee Westwood, the third ranked golfer in the world, tied Saturday's low round with a three-under 67. He's two over for the tournament.
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Beau Hossler, a 17-year-old amateur, followed each of his four bogeys with a birdie on the next hole. After an even-par 70, he is three over.
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John Peterson, 23, aced the par-three thirteenth Saturday. After a third round 72, he trails the leaders by four.
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On Friday, Tiger Woods grabbed a share of the U.S. Open lead with a second-round 70 at San Francisco's Olympic Club.
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Woods is tied with Jim Furyk and David Toms at one under par.
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Woods got up-and-down from a bunker on 18 to work his way into Saturday's final pairing.
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Woods made three birdies and three bogeys in a round that found him in a number of adventurous lies.
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Woods birdied the third hole to take the solo lead for the first time, but fell back after three straight bogeys on 5, 6 and 7.
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Woods played with Phil Mickelson and Bubba Watson for the second straight day.
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After a first round 76, Mickelson needed a good round Friday to make the cut.
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Mickelson birdied the 18th to cap a second-round 71.
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At seven over for the tournament, Mickelson will play the weekend at Olympic.
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Jim Furyk shot a 69 and is one under par through two rounds.Jim Furyk shot a 69 and shares the 36-hole lead. He will play with Tiger Woods in Saturday's final pairing.
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David Toms, 45, played the inward nine in two under to finish with an even-par 70.
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Masters champ Bubba Watson finished at nine over, missing the cut.
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Graeme McDowell, the 2010 U.S. Open champion, is one over for the tournament.
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McDowell was grouped with Furyk and Sergio Garcia
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Defending champ Rory McIlroy missed the cut, finishing at 10 over.
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Casey Martin shot a 75 Friday and missed the cut at nine over par.
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Luke Donald shot a 72 and missed the cut at eleven over.
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Donald, the No. 1 golfer in the world, has never won a major.
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Rickie Fowler finished with birdies on 16 and 17 to make the cut on the number at eight over par.
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Seventeen-year-old amateur Beau Hossler briefly grabbed the lead at two under par Friday afternoon.
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Matt Kuchar shot a three-over-par 73 Friday. He's three over for the tournament, four shots back.
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After shooting a six-over 40 on his first nine, Nick Watney played the back in one under.
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On Thursday, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson played together in the first round of the U.S. Open at San Francisco's Olympic Club. Woods has won three U.S. Opens, and Phil Mickelson has finished second a record five times.
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Woods and Mickelson were joined by Bubba Watson in the marquee group.
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Woods was in control of his game en route to a one-under 69.
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Michael Thompson shot four-under 66 to take the early lead.
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Watson's bomb-and-gouge tactics got him into trouble at Olympic. The Masters champ carded an eight-over 78.
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The trio of Woods, Mickelson and Watson attracted massive crowds at Olympic.
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Woods made three birdies and two bogeys in the first round.
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Watson, who has only played in two tournaments since the Masters, showed some rust on Thursday.
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Woods opened with five straight pars before making his first bogey of the event.
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Mickelson's tee shot on the ninth hole, his first of the day, got stuck in a tree and never came down.
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Mickelson had to take the long walk back to the ninth tee, where he had to re-load.
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Mickelson's second tee shot found the fairway, he hit his approach close and made the putt for a tough bogey.
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Mickelson continued to struggle early, making four bogeys in his first six holes.
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“It's a lot better than I am,” Watson said of the course. “That golf course is too tough for me."
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Rory McIlroy, Luke Donald and Lee Westwood, the top three players in the world, all got off to rocky starts Thursday afternoon.
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World No. 1 Donald bogeyed his first two holes.
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McIlroy, No. 2 in the world, failed to make a birdie on his front nine Thursday.
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Westwood won last week in Sweden but double bogeyed his first hole of this U.S. Open.
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Dustin Johnson, who won in Memphis last week, had a rough start, making double bogey on No. 10, his second hole of the day.
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Fowler, who played with Johnson, shot 35 on his first nine.
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Matt Kuchar, who won the Players Championship in May, got off to a steady start at Olympic.
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After bogeys on five of his first six holes, Casey Martin played his next twelve in one-under, finishing with a 74.
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Nick Watney holed a 5-iron from 190 yards for double-eagle on the par-five 17th, only the third in U.S. Open history.
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David Toms, 45, is in the hunt after shooting 69.
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Fourteen-year-old Andy Zhang, believed to be the youngest player in U.S. Open history, was eight over through five holes but finished strong to shoot 79.