Woods shares lead with Furyk, Toms
SAN FRANCISCO – Just when this U.S. Open was starting to look like child’s play, Tiger Woods led a trio of tested champions who took it back Friday.
Woods, another round closer to a serious shot at his 15th major, overcame three straight bogeys on the front nine for an even-par 70. Jim Furyk, nine years removed from his U.S. Open title outside Chicago, plodded his way around Olympic for a 1-under 69. Former PGA champion David Toms kept a steady presence in his round of 70.
They were the only three players who remained under par going into the weekend.
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