VIDEO: Tiger Woods Hit His Hand On A Camera, Says 'He's Fine'

Tiger Woods just couldn't catch a break on Saturday in the U.S. Open. The Olympic Club took offense at Tiger thinking he could just sit atop of the leaderboard, with an actual shot of conquering the Bay Area golf course. So when Tiger finished his third round with a 5-over 75 and tied for 14th place, the course had extracted a bit of revenge.

Then Tiger had to deal with the crazy, out-of-control camera that was loose on the premises. Oh boy.

Here is the video of Woods walking into the camera of death.

In the video, you can see Tiger bang his hand on a camera a nearby cameraman is holding. As Woods ascended the stairs, you notice Woods shaking his hand feeling the pain.

Woods told reporters "I'm fine" - but that five-shot deficit to Jim Furyk and Graeme McDowell will be even tougher to conquer if he's not 100%.

Fans can follow along with the action at The Olympic Club with the 2012 U.S. Open leaderboard from USOpen.com.

For all your news and updates in the run up to the 2012 U.S. Open at Olympic, visit SB Nation's dedicated golf hub. Be sure to head over to USOpen.com for even more coverage from the event.

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