2010 U.S. Open, Round 4 Update: Dustin Johnson Showing Signs Of Collapse

Let's sum up where Dustin Johnson, who led the U.S. Open after Round 3 by three strokes, stands early in his Round 4 play.

Bad: Dustin Johnson triple-bogeyed the second hole.

Bad: On the third hole, Johnson hit his ball in a hazard. He found it, but only 15 seconds after the five-minute time limit expired. A second consecutive triple-bogey is a real possibility.

Bad: The players behind him -- Graeme McDonald, Ernie Els and Phil Mickelson in particular -- are going strong.

Bad: The NBC booth just called Dustin Johnson "Dustin Hoffman."

Stay tuned to this StoryStream for more updates. Also, check in with Ryan Ballengee, who is on the scene at Pebble Beach, at our golf blog, Waggle Room.

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