The stories spinning out from this year’s early rounds were classic, from 17-year-old high-schooler Beau Hossler (pictured) briefly leading the field at the U.S. Open to Tiger Woods entering the weekend tied for the lead, along with Jim Furyk and David Toms. But that was before Saturday – and now it’s Sunday, when the pressure’s on more than ever, and every mistake, and great show, is magnified. Woods had his worst Saturday ever, and has never come from behind to win, while Hossler still thinks he has a chance with a good final round. Furyk and Graeme McDowell, tied for the lead at -1, are the only players below par. Hossler is four shots off the lead, and Woods is five.