Joe Ogilvie was one of many golfers who struggled in the Saturday's round at the U.S. Open. It just happened that Ogilvie shot one of the worst scores in the overall at 6-over par, and he is now sitting at 14-over for the tournament.
On the first six holes Ogilvie had four bogies, a double bogie and only one par to have a front nine score of 6-over par. Ogilvie did eventually recover during the back nine to shoot an even par with a birdie on the par-3 No. 15 hole and a bogie on the 18th hole.
The poor third round score puts Ogilvie near the bottom of the leaderboard and in a tie for 70th place.
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