The final round of the 2012 U.S. Open at The Olympic Club is set to tee off with Jim Furyk and Graeme McDowell tied at the top of the leaderboard at 1-under entering Sunday's round. The two players won't tee off until late this afternoon, but there are a handful of players who could take the lead before Furyk and McDowell even hit the course.
Fredrik Jacobson moved up on Saturday with a 68, and sits at 1-over for the tournament. He's followed by Ernie Els and Lee Westwood at 2-over. With strong rounds, all three players could potentially find themselves on top of the leaderboard.
Tiger Woods had been sitting at the top of the leaderboard entering Saturday's round, but after shooting a 75 and picking up six bogeys in the third round, he finds himself at 4-over and tied for 14th place. Olympic is an unforgiving course, however, so if players at the top of the leaderboard struggle and Tiger plays like he did the first two days, he could still make a move to win the U.S. Open.