30 Jun '13, 1am

Column: Who is best suited to survive at Congressional and win the #ATTNational

It has been two years since the U.S. Open was played here. You wouldn’t know it by most scorecards this week. The nearest Metro stop is a few miles away but there have been plenty of train wrecks at Congressional the last three days. Just 26 players are under par heading into the final round, none of them lower than 7 under, the number co-leaders James Driscoll, Bill Haas, Roberto Castro and Andres Romero all share. Saturday was full of weird and wacky moments for just about all of them. Haas had nine birdies but also made a triple bogey, three bogeys and just four pars to shoot 3-under 68. And that was after playing nine holes to finish the second round, which was completed Saturday morning because of heavy rain the day before. “It could have been a 6-, 7-, 8-under day,” Haas said. “But it also could have been a 4-, 5-, 6-over day if I hadn't putted well.” Romer...

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