Tiger Woods entered Sunday's final round of the 2012 U.S. Open with an outside shot at capturing his fourth career title at the event. He was only five strokes off the lead as he teed off on the final day; that's not an insurmountable lead, but is a plenty difficult order. Woods, however, has gotten off to a terrible start.
Woods bogeyed the first hole on Sunday, bogeyed the second and then double-bogeyed on the third. He is now 4-over for the day through his first three holes and drops all the way down to a tie for 33rd place at a cumulative 8-over. It is exceedingly unlikely he will be able to sniff the lead again after this start.