Goosen bogeyed three holes after the eighth but then had birdies
at Nos. 15-17 to shoot a 1-under 71 for a 12-under 204. Green also
shot 71 and O'Hern had a 69.
"I was five shots behind those two and I told my caddy that we
needed three birdies to even things out, and I am glad I was able
to do that," said Goosen, the 2001 and 2004 U.S. Open champion.
Defending champion Henrik Stenson (70) and Edward Michaels (69)
of the United States were two shots back. Michaels had an eagle on
the par-4 16th hole.
Green, who double bogeyed the 18th, said wind was a problem.
"It was just unplayable at that point of time," he said. "I
will try and block that out of my mind. I will try to be a little
more aggressive tomorrow. I am in a much better frame of mind as I
head into the last round tomorrow."
Ernie Els, the 2005 champion, had four birdies in a 68 for a 208
"I was in a similar position after three rounds when I won
here," Els said. "Let's see if I can get good rhythm tomorrow in
the final round."