Tiger Woods is officially done with his first tournament of the 2019 season, having finished his final round at the Farmers Insurance Open.
The 43-year-old golfer finished the tournament with a strong final round, though he's nowhere close to contention.
Woods finished the tournament at -10, finishing with a -5 in his final round. He's currently tied for 20th place.
"Tiger Woods didn't look sharp, couldn't make a putt, only parred 8 of his final 10 par 5s, and still shot 10 under. At Torrey Pines. Look out," Alex Myers tweeted.
Woods seemed happy about where he finished up, too.
"Each day I got a little bit better," he said.
Woods had said coming into the day that he was hoping to get into the double-digits under par. He did that.
“I think if I can get to double digits (under par), that would be just a nice way to end the week,” Woods said prior to Sunday. “I’ve got to play a little better than I have, and if I can drive it like I did today and hit my irons a little bit better and give myself plenty of looks – it’s frustrating because I’m hitting a lot of good putts and they’re just not going in.”
Woods now has something to build on moving forward into the 2019 season.