2010 U.S. Open, Round 4 Update: Just About Everybody Struggling

NBC's John Miller put it succinctly: "I don't know who's leaking more oil, this field or British Petroleum." Topical, Mr. Miller! But it's slathered in truth, because nobody is putting together a great Sunday--especially lately.

Dustin Johnson has righted the ship, but perhaps too late; he's still +7 on the day and three strokes back.

A day after registering eight birdies, Tiger Woods has bogeyed six of the 12 holes he's played today. He's toast.

Ernie Els gave away four strokes in three holes, and it could have been worse. He's at even par now.

Even Graeme McDowell, who has stood atop the field while everybody else faltered, isn't immune from struggle; McDowell bogeyed 9 and 10 and is now at a perilous -2 for the tournament. He leads, but that may be merely temporary.

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