US Open Golf TV Coverage 2012: Station Info for Final Round at Olympic Club

Justin Welton@JustinWeltonAnalyst IIJune 17, 2012

SAN FRANCISCO, CA - JUNE 16:  Tiger Woods of the United States hits a bunker shot on the 15th hole during the third round of the 112th U.S. Open at The Olympic Club on June 16, 2012 in San Francisco, California.  (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)
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You can't win the 2012 US Open with a great round, but you can sure lose it with a poor one. Tiger Woods' opportunity for another US Open title may have came to an end on Saturday after he shot 5-over-par 75. 

With Woods losing control at the top of the leaderboard, others are in prime position to steal a victory. 12 to 15 players are still in legitimate contention for this major which brings even more drama to the party on Sunday.

Here is where you can find the final round of the 2012 US Open. 

TV Schedule

Round Date Time (ET) Channel
Round 4 June 17 4-10 p.m. NBC

Stream Live at

Here is the leaderboard and golfers who are in immediate contention. 

US Open 2012 Leaderboard After Three Rounds (

Player Score Thru
T1. Graeme McDowell -1 F
T1. Jim Furyk -1
3. Fredrik Jacobson +1
T4. Nicolas Colsaerts +2
T4. Blake Adams +2 F
T4. Ernie Els  +2
T4. Lee Westwood +2
T8. John Peterson +3 F
T8. Beau Hossler  +3 F
T8. Jason Dufner +3

Players to Watch

Ernie Els, Lee Westwood and Jason Dufner are players you should keep a close eye on when you're not watching Woods, Jim Furyk or Graeme McDowell. 

SAN FRANCISCO, CA - JUNE 16:  Graeme McDowell of Northern Ireland walks off the 18th green after a birdie putt during the third round of the 112th U.S. Open at The Olympic Club on June 16, 2012 in San Francisco, California.  (Photo by Andrew Redington/Get
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Els and Westwood provide great experience in major tournaments. They won't be rattled by the major championship pressure like others. They will stick to their game plan and hope to execute it to perfection.

Dufner is a guy who is capable of making a push on the final day. He is going to take some risks that will either put him in contention or push him down a few strokes. 


McDowell hasn't experienced much success at any other tournaments, but there is just something about the US Open.

In 2010, McDowell won the tournament by shooting even par. He knows and enjoys playing in this type of tournament at the US Open, one where a bad round could destroy your chances.

With his recent experience in this tournament, McDowell will relive his 2010 form to win his second US Open.