Memphis, TN native Casey Wittenberg may have figured out the course at The Olympic Club during the 2012 U.S. Open. After giving golfers trouble for the past two days, Wittenberg turned in the best performance thus far with a 67 on the day to move him to -3 under par, giving him the lead after three rounds.
Wittenberg shot a 71 on day one and a 77 on day two.
He bogeyed just two holes on Saturday -- the first and the sixth -- while making birdie on three holes, even connecting for an eagle on the par four seventh hole.
While there are still golfers still playing the course, including Tiger Woods, Wittenberg's remarkable turnaround may not be outdone.
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