Tiger Woods at PGA Championship 2013 Tracker: Day 4 Score and Highlights
After facing a brutal end to his front nine, where he bogeyed the eighth hole and double bogeyed the ninth, Tiger Woods recovered to shoot an even-par 70 in the final round of the 2013 PGA Championship.
To erase the memory of his rough front nine, Woods birdied three holes on the back nine to get back even with par for the round.
The strong back nine put in by Woods could not erase the brutal memories he will take away from the tournament.
Woods finished at four-over for the tournament and he left Oak Hill Country Club wondering what went wrong after an amazing week at Firestone last week.
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Still hasn't cracked par at Oak Hill, or beaten 70 in a major on the weekend in far too long. Ends the week at +4, currently T-42.— GC Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) August 11, 2013
Two of Tiger's three worst finishes at a PGA Championship have both came at Oak Hill.— Shane Bacon (@shanebacon) August 11, 2013
Tiger finishes up his final round with a par putt on 18 to finish with a even-par 70 for the round.
He ends at four-over for the tournament.
Tiger's second shot on 18 is off to the left and into the crowd.
Big hole for Tiger at 18. Needs birdie to break par for first time at Oak Hill.— Doug Ferguson (@dougferguson405) August 11, 2013
With his par on the 17th, Tiger now has six consecutive one-putts on the back nine.
As for his play on the 17th hole:
Lashes it out of thick stuff at 17 but finds more rough short right of green. Pitch checks a little short, leaves 5-6 ft for par.— GC Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) August 11, 2013
Tiger is marching toward the 17th green with a smile on his face, but you know he has to feel bad about his performance this weekend.
His post-round press conference will be interesting to say the least.
Another errant tee shot by Tiger.
This one comes on 17 as he finds the left rough.
Tiger is just GRINDING right now. Nothing to play, seems to have tweaked his back, and still grinding as hard as possible.— Shane Bacon (@shanebacon) August 11, 2013
With two holes to go, Woods is sitting at four-over and even-par for the day.
With his second shot on 16, Woods finds the end of the fairway.
With the hole sitting at the front of the green, Woods has a good shot of saving par on the Par 4.
Tiger has zero clues off the tee right now. There's nothing there.— Kyle Porter (@KylePorterCBS) August 11, 2013
All of a sudden, TW needs 1 birdie last 3 to crack par at Oak Hill & end sub-70 major weekends drought. Tee ball on 16 goes right though...— GC Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) August 11, 2013
Better late than never.
Tiger is back to four-over after two straight birdies.
Tiger talks to ball on par-3 15th. "Down...down!" Ball listens. Middle of green, 20 ft or so from fan-selected pin near water.— GC Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) August 11, 2013
Well, would you look at that.
Tiger makes birdie from about 25 feet to push him to five-over for the tournament.
From beneath a tree, Tiger sends his second shot on to the green.
He will have yet another two-putt opportunity.
Short par-4 14th means Tiger giving the driver another go. Drove the green Fri, caught left rough Sat. Today...way right. Into the crowd.— GC Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) August 11, 2013
And the Tiger tee adventures continue on 14.
Instead of going left like he did on 13, Woods sends his tee shot to the right on 14.
Tiger saves what could have been a disastrous hole with a nice put up the hill to set up a par putt.
He sinks the par putt and he will move on to the Par 4 14th.
Walking up to 13th green, Tiger pauses to do some more stretching of his lower back. Concerning.— GC Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) August 11, 2013
Tiger Woods looks about as confident with his driver right now as I would grabbing a margarita with Mila Kunis.— Shane Bacon (@shanebacon) August 11, 2013
Tiger's third shot on 13 is just short of the front of the green.
He will struggle to make par here.
Tiger punches out of the thick rough on his second shot at the 13th.
He will need to recover strong on this hole to avoid his third bogey of the day.
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