The Olympic Club course is still giving golfers major troubles on day three of the 2012 U.S. Open. So far, four golfers have completed the course and only one has shown substantial improvement.
Florida's Steve LeBrun struggled in rounds one and two shooting a 73 and 75, respectively. But he made a vast improvement on Saturday by shooting a 69 and finishing at -1 on the day. The other four competitors haven't fared quite as well.
Bo Van Pelt and Jim Ogilvie both shot a 75, a +6 on the day. England's Matthew Baldwin finished the day at +3 as he shot a 73. Kevin Streelman shot a +2, 72 on Saturday while amateur Patrick Cantlay finished the day at +1, shooting a 71 in the third round.
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