Tiger Woods entered Saturday in a three-way tie for first place. He left tied for 14th after finishing 5-over par, bogeying two of his final three holes and falling, in some ways, out of contention at the U.S. Open in San Francisco.
As Woods failed to maintain his place atop the leaderboard, Jim Furky and Graeme McDowell, the tournament's 2010 winner, too advantage shooting 68 and 70, respectively, to main a two-stroke lead at 1-under par through three rounds. Coming in at third was Fredrik Jacobson, who also shot a 68 on Saturday at the difficult course at The Olympic Club.
A full tournament leaderboard can be found here.
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