US Open 2013 Round 3

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Phil Mickelson shot an even-par 70 to grab a one-shot lead heading into the final round.
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Mickelson made three birdies and three bogeys on Saturday.
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Mickelson nearly chipped in on No. 14.
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"It is a hard challenge, but it is a lot of fun," Mickelson said. "Let's go. I can't wait to get back out playing."
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Mickelson got off to a slow start, but he made three birdies on the back nine to get back in the lead.
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Mickelson made sure to dish out fist bumps to his fans.
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Luke Donald was tied for the lead for most of the day, but he bogeyed 17 and doubled 18 to finish at one over par.
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Donald is still searching for his first major.
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Tiger Woods opened with a birdie, but then he made seven bogeys coming in for a 76.
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Woods matched his worst score ever in a U.S. Open.
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Rory McIlroy also opened with a birdie, but then he made seven bogeys and a birdie coming in for a 75.
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Hunter Mahan bogeyed 17 and 18, but he's at even par and will be in the final group with Mickelson.
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Charl Schwartzel was tied for the lead for most of the day, but he bogeyed 17 and 18 to finish at even par.
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Ian Poulter was four over in the last four holes to drop out of contention.
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Billy Horschel shot a two-over 72, but he's still in the hunt at one over par.
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Nicolas Colsaerts started his round double bogey-eagle, and he finished with a triple bogey on 18 for a 74.
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Amateur Michael Kim is in 10th place after a one-over 71.
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John Senden started birdie-birdie, but he stumbled home to a 74.
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Sergio Garcia made a 10 on No. 15 and was heckled by fans on Saturday.
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Jason Day made five birdies and three bogeys for a 68.
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A triple bogey on No. 14 ended Padraig Harrington's chances for a U.S. Open title.
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Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano (72) played with Woods and McIlroy and shot the lowest round in the group.
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Rickie Fowler made three birdies on the back nine for a 67.