Tiger Woods at British Open 2013 Tracker: Day 4 Score, Highlights and Analysis

Steve Silverman@@profootballboyFeatured ColumnistJuly 21, 2013

Tiger Woods failed to play his best golf on the final round at the British Open. Woods shot a three-over-par 74 on Sunday and never made a solid run at the Claret Jug.

In many ways, Woods played sensational golf for the majority of the tournament, as he was in a position to take the lead on Saturday late in the round. However, when he failed to make a birdie on the 16th hole and playing partner Lee Westwood made a saving bogey putt, it appeared to drain the energy out of Tiger's game.

Woods failed to play with consistency from that point forward.

When he was winning major championships, Woods was at his best on Saturday and Sunday. That has not been the case for a long time for him.

Tiger is stuck at 14 major championships and his next opportunity to pick up his pursuit of Jack Nicklaus comes at the PGA in August.