After terrifying 10, Tiger Woods fights back under par in Masters final round

When it comes to Tiger Woods, there’s never a dull moment.

After an opening-round 68 on Thursday, it looked like he was a true contender to defend his Masters title this week at Augusta National Golf Club. As the rounds went on, and his opponents’ scores got lower, it became clear the 15-time major champion wouldn’t be winning a record-tying sixth green jacket.

He solidified that with a seven-shot swing on one hole, making a 10 on the par-3 12th after rinsing three balls in Rae’s Creek: One from the tee, one from the drop zone and one from the bunker behind the green.

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Woods fought back down the stretch, birdieing five of his final six holes to get back under par for the tournament with a 4-over 76 in Sunday’s final round. He walked off the course 16 shots behind leader Dustin Johnson.

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