Tiger Woods was certainly looking on top form on Sunday at Quicken Loans National, scoring five birdies in the first 10 holes, bringing himself as low as 10-under par for the competition. His final score for Sunday’s match was 68, leaving him with an 8-under finish for the tournament, just outside of the top 20.
Woods opened his round by hitting three out of four fairways, a massive improvement on missing all of the first six fairways the day before. After going out in 32, he birdied the 10th to bring himself to 10-under. Things were certainly starting to look a little more promising for the former World No. 1.
Things started to unravel somewhat in the following holes, as we have grown used to. Woods missed a birdie putt on 11 which would have sent him to 11-under. Making things worse, his 3-foot par putt looped around the hole and popped out. What could easily have been a birdie ended up a 3-putt bogey.
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