U.S. Open Golf 2012: Bold Predictions for the Final Round at Olympic

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U.S. Open Golf 2012: Bold Predictions for the Final Round at Olympic
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There is no denying that the first three rounds of this year's U.S. Open have provided fans with some of the most intriguing professional golf ever. 

The "leaders" of this tournament are currently boasting scores above par after the first 54 holes. Scores this high rarely put pros in contention, yet Olympic is no average golf course. It has proven to stump even the best talents in the game through the first three-fourths of the tournament. 

Sunday should be a memorable, if not historic day in San Francisco. Storylines are dangling everywhere like ornaments from a Christmas tree. A 17-year-old amateur is in contention, Tiger is in the hunt but struggled on Saturday, and Grame McDowell is vying for his second major win in as many years. 

Sit back and relax folks, this is U.S. Open golf. 

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