Tiger Woods entered today’s final round at the U.S. Open 11 shots back of the leader, Gary Woodland. It was mostly impossible for the 15-time major champion to get into contention, but a good final round could’ve vaulted him into the top 10.
The final round is not going well, unfortunately.
Woods, who was mostly bogey-free during his first two rounds, has opened his fourth round with back-to-back bogeys.
The 2019 Masters champion missed a lengthy putt for par on the first hole. He had to chip his third shot on hole No. 2, but got the ball within five feet or so. That putt missed, too.
Woods is now +2 for the tournament, 13 strokes back.
It’s been a frustrating start.
GAH. This start. Par putt misses on the left. That was 4-5 feet? Bogey at 1. Bogey at 2.
— Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) June 16, 2019
There are 16 holes to play, of course, so hopefully Woods can get things right at some point.
The final round of the U.S. Open is on FOX.