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Tiger Woods Just Finished His First Tournament Of 2019

tiger woods at his first tournament of 2019

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA - JANUARY 27: Tiger Woods waits to tee off on the South Course during the final round of the the 2019 Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines Golf Course on January 27, 2019 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images)

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.