Tiger Woods has fallen a bit during Saturday's third round of the 2012 U.S. Open. Woods entered the day at 1-under, in a tie for the top spot on the leaderboard along with Jim Furyk and David Toms.
While Toms has plummeted by going 6-over through 15 holes, Furyk remains in the lead by staying at even par through 14 holes. He managed a terrific chip shot out of the sand on 14 to remain at par. His partner for the day Woods, however, has shot four bogeys along with a birdie and is at 3-over for the day.
Woods' cumulative score of 2-over puts him in a tie for fifth place with Lee Westwood and Ernie Els, both of whom had great rounds on Saturday.
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