Four golfers have finished the third round of the 2012 U.S. Open at The Olympic Club, but only one seems to have been able to to overcome the difficulties that this course presents.
Jim Ogilvie and Bo Van Pelt shot the highest scores of the day thus far. Both registered a 76 on the day, good for a +6 on the leaderboard. Kevin Streelman finshed the day shooting a 72, a +2 on the leaderboard while amateur golfer Patrick Cantlay finished the day at +1, shooting a 71 in round three.
The best score of those who have completed their 18 holes so far belongs to Florida native Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach, FL.
After shooting a 73 and 75 respectively in the first two rounds of the tournament, LeBrun had a strong performance on day three shooting a 69, -1 under par for the day. That currently ties him for the lead although Tiger woods, Jim Furyk and David Toms have yet to tee off.
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