Tiger Woods only has one thing in mind when he plays a major championship. He wants to win so he can pick up his chase of Jack Nicklaus and become the sport's all-time major champion leader.
From that perspective, his performance at the 2013 British Open was a failure. He was in a position to pounce throughout the first three rounds, but he had little in the tank for Sunday's championship round. He still has 14 major championships, four behind Nicklaus.
Woods finished in a tie for sixth with Zach Johnson and Hideki Matsuyama, as he shot a 74 in the final round and finished the tournament with a two-over par total of 286. He was five strokes behind champion Phil Mickelson.
Woods is still the top-ranked player in the world rankings, while Mickelson is now No. 2. Here are his performance grades for the British Open.