I never thought the tournament was over," said Woodland. England’s Justin Rose took a share of the lead The 38-year-old world number four, aiming to win the second major of his career after his 2013 US Open success, carded five *Gary Woodland held a one-shot lead heading into the final round.
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Woodland, a three-time US PGA Tour winner in search of his first major title, finished 54 holes with on 11-under 202 to stay in front of former US Open He was facing a dropped shot at 12 after finding the rough on the lip of a bunker, but chipped in to save par, preserving a two-shot lead as Rose drained.
Gary Woodland will take a one-shot lead into the final round of the U.S. Open. Woodland narrowly missed a birdie putt on the par-5 18th hole justin rose made his birdie putt at 18 to get to 3 under for the day and 10 under for the tournament. Woodland took the lead in the tournament by shooting a.
Woodland saw his lead grow to as many as four shots during the front nine on Saturday before fending off the streaking Rose with two crucial par rose, who was in the final pairing with Woodland, played the last five holes at 2-under par to narrow the gap. He was two behind Phil Mickelson heading.
Woodland, a three-time US PGA Tour winner in search of his first major title, finished 54 holes with on 11-under 202 to stay in front of former US open champion rose, who capped his three-under 68 with a birdie at 18 for a 10-under total of 203. It was another three strokes back to a group headed by.
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(AP) – Gary Woodland figured the toughest part of his test in the U.S. Open was over Friday at We tried to take a little less club and hit it hard and play out to the safe to the right, and it was nice to Rose set the target early and at one point Friday morning had a four-shot lead until a poor wedge to.
can go a long way toward winning a U.S. Open. Even better for Woodland was a 2-under 69 – and just two bogeys over 54 holes at Pebble Beach – for a one-shot lead over Justin Rose. ”I worked for this.