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Francesco Molinari's Ridiculous Streak Just Came To An End

francesco molinari and tiger woods at the masters

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA - APRIL 14: (L-R) Francesco Molinari of Italy and Tiger Woods of the United States look on from the fifth fairway during the final round of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club on April 14, 2019 in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by David Cannon/Getty Images)

Francesco Molinari was a par-saving machine for nearly the entire 2019 Masters. The 36-year-old golfer went nearly three full days without making a bogey.

The streak just ended, though, much to Tiger Woods' benefit.

Molinari, who won his first major last year at The Open, had gone 49 straight holes without dropping a shot at Augusta National.

The streak ended on hole No. 7 on Sunday.

Woods, meanwhile, did this on the seventh hole, pulling to within one stroke of the lead in the final round.

Molinari is now at -12 for the tournament, leading Woods (-11) and Brooks Koepka (-11).

The final round of The Masters is on CBS.