Any chance that Tiger Woods had of capturing the 2012 U.S. Open ended Sunday afternoon with a terrible start to his final round.
Woods entered the day at three-over par, four strokes off of the lead, but went bogey-bogey to begin his round. He ended his chances then with a double bogey on hole three before finally stopping the bleeding a bit with a par on hole four. He then bogeyed on hole five, bringing his score on the day to five-over par.
The leaders, Graeme McDowell and Jim Furyk, are set to tee off shortly. Their scores of minus-one are one stroke ahead of fellow contenders Fredrik Jacobson and Ernie Ells who just teed off on hole No. 1.
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