Tiger Woods 1 shot off the lead on Saturday at AT&T National


June 30, 2012
Peter Francis
Reporter/News Writer
Metro Events

With residue from the massive storms that engulfed the Washington, D.C. metro area — including Bethesda’s Congressional Country Club — PGA Tour players weathered near 100 degree temperatures Saturday during the AT&T National Tournament.

By the close of day, Brendon de Jonge was at 7-under 206.  Tiger Woods made huge strides and came within one shot of the lead ending the day with a 67.  Bo Van Pelt tied for second place with a 67 and S. Y. Noh took the 4th spot with a 69.

Golf fans and volunteers were not allowed to view the game on the course, due to hazardous conditions on the grounds after the storms.  Regular play, along with spectator and fan involvement, will resume on Sunday, according to PGA Tour officials.

Third-Round Leaderboard

Brendon de Jonge                      206 (-7)

Tiger Woods                              207 (-6)

Bo Van Pelt                               207 (-6)

Seung-Yul Noh                          207 (-6)

Hunter Mahan                            208 (-5)

Billy Hurley III                            208 (-5)



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