Jim Furyk and Graeme McDowell, a pair of guys who've already experienced winning the U.S. Open, are tied for the lead at Olympic Club in San Francisco after three days of action.
It's been a tough go for just about everyone who has seen the course, including the players who have the best shot to win it all at the end. Furyk and McDowell happen to be the only players with scores under par at this point, and those scores are exactly 1-under par.
McDowell made the important point after his round was over that even guys with high scores who seem out of it, are in fact in contention because of the spontaneous nature of the way the course has played this weekend.
Tiger Woods, after coming into Saturday tied for the lead with Furyk and David Toms, is now +4 after an abysmal day reading the greens.
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