Intense storms on Friday evening in the Washington metro area caused serious damage and knocked power out for hundreds of thousands of local residents. It also kept spectators off the grounds of the Congressional County Club for the third round of the 2012 AT& T National. As things have begun to return to normal in neighborhoods, it appears the course is in better shape now as well, and fans will once again be allowed in.
Via the @ATTNational twitter feed:
The #ATTNational IS OPEN to spectators today. Gates open at 9am. First tee time at 11am. Tiger in last group at 1:15pm off Hole 1.— AT&T National (@ATTNational) July 1, 2012
Brendon de Jonge sits atop the leaderboard entering Sunday's play. Event host Tiger Woods is just one sot off the lead.
For a complete live leaderboard from Congressional, visit Golf.com.
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