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That is where Tiger Woods finished the US Open. He headed into the weekend with a share of the lead, but a third-round 75 and a final-round 73 sealed his fate.
In the first two rounds, Woods was striking the ball with a precision that we have not seen from his game since his glory days in the early 2000s.
But on Saturday, that all seemed to go by the wayside.
He struggled to hit fairways, failed get the ball close with his irons and, most importantly, couldn't adjust to the speed of the greens.
The slow start continued on Sunday. He went six-over par over the first six holes, which eliminated any chance at a comeback before his round really got under way.
However, Woods did show some real signs of progress over the week.
He had a game plan and did a great job of executing it. He struck the ball well and had a natural rhythm to his swing that hasn't been seen in from him for a long time.
He also showed the ability to grind and work through the very difficult test that is the US Open, at least in the first two rounds.
However, as evidenced by his weekend collapse, Tiger is still not back yet.
The Woods of old would have never given up a lead the way he did at Olympic. He would have finished out the tournament and found a way to fight his way through the course with his uncanny ability to grind and the bit of magic he always seemed to have in the bottom of his bag.
At this point in his career, the only thing that matters to Woods is majors. He needs four more to catch Jack Nicklaus' record of 18, and five more to pass the Golden Bear.
At 36 years old, Woods still has enough time to do so, but he will never get to that point until he finds a way to put together four straight rounds of spectacular golf. In his younger days, he almost always seemed capable of doing so, and I wouldn't bet against him to do so again.
He isn't far away from the Tiger we all remember, but the final step is always the biggest. He has the game to win majors and the drive to keep going for years.
Now, all that might be missing is a little bit of his old magic.
Maybe he should check the pockets of his bag.