Heading into Sunday at the U.S. Open a pair of golfers, Jim Furyk and Graeme McDowell, hold a slim lead atop the field. Several notable golfers are close to the top as well, making for what will be a wild Sunday at the Olympic Club in San Francisco.
Furyk and McDowell are each one under par for the tournament and lead the field by two strokes.McDowell himself made the big move on Saturday by firing a 2-under par 68, just one stroke off the best round of the day. Lee Westwood, who is one of four golfers three strokes back, fired a three under 67 for the best round of the day.
Sunday should be exciting as 14 golfers find themselves within five strokes of the lead. Tiger Woods is five off the pace, while amateur Beau Hossler is the story of the tournament at three over par in a tie for eighth place.