Players continue to struggle to stay in the red and currently only Luke Donald and John Senden are under par at the U.S. Open. Justin Rose, Phil Mickelson and Billy Horschel have also been in the lead at some point on Saturday as the leaderboard continues to fluctuate.
Donald began the day at even par, but was able to pick up a shot with a birdie at No. 4. Donald has held the lead at various points this week, including leading at 4-under at one point on Thursday. After opening his round with two birdies, Senden has been able to remain 2-under on the day with three straight pars.
Rose was temporarily tied with Donald and Senden at 1-under, but a bogey at No. 5 dropped him back to even par overall. Rose is joined by Steve Stricker and Charl Schwartzel at even par. Horschel and Mickelson began the day tied for the lead, but both players bogeyed No. 3 and No. 5 and are now tied for sixth at 1-over.
Tiger Woods is now six strokes off the lead after back-to-back bogeys at No. 5 and No. 6. Woods' short game has let him down this week and that was again the case on No. 6 when Woods' birdie chip landed short then rolled back off the green.
Here's a look at the current leaderboard and a few other notable players.