After leaving himself a four-footer for par at the 495-yard, par-4 10th hole, Brendon De Jonge missed it on the right edge to take a bogey that dropped him into a tied for the lead with Heath Slocum at -2. It's another indication the greens aren't rolling as smoothly late in the day. Or, yeah, U.S. Open nerves. De Jonge parred the 11th, though.
Tiger Woods just missed a big right-to-left breaker that was less than an inch left. He gets his par to stay +1. Ernie Els bounced his approach up nicely to about 13 feet away from the front pin placement, but his birdie putt started on line and came up just short. He's still even par.