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U.S. Open Golf 2012 Leaderboard: Players Struggling At Olympic On Final Day

The 2012 U.S. Open at Olympic is midway through the final round and players are still struggling to get a handle on the course. Canadian Stephen Ames is the furthest along on the day through 13 holes and he's playing better on Sunday than he did in the first couple of rounds, shooting a 1-over on the day, but his total on the tournament is still an abysmal 17-over.

American Joe Ogilvie is right on the heels of Ames on the course and the leaderboard, as Ogilvie is shooting a 7-over through 13 holes and shooting a 21-over on the tournament as a whole.

The only player who's under par today so far is Bob Estes, shooting a 1-under as he birdied the first hole. He's only played the single hole however, so it's unlikely Estes will stay under par.

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