Keegan Bradley, from St. John's, ranks near the bottom of the leaderboard at the 2012 US Open. The former Red Storm made the cut at 6-over, but has struggled on the third day, to a tune of 5-over through 14 holes in Round 3 (11-over for the tournament). Only five remaining players currently have lower scores than Bradley.
The top 10 remains relatively unshaken, given most players have yet to tee off on Saturday. David Toms, Jim Furyk and Tiger Woods lead the way at 1-under – all three are set to tee off at approximately 6 p.m. Eastern.
Retief Goosen started the day tied for 29th, but is 1-under through seven holes and 4-over for the tournament, now finds himself only five strokes behind the lead.
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