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Video: Tiger Woods Misses Short Putt To Force A Playoff

Tiger Woods crouching down on the putting green.

CHARLOTTE, NC - MAY 03: Tiger Woods reads the 12th green during the first round of the 2018 Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow Club on May 3, 2018 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

Tiger Woods' run in the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Player event came to an abrupt end on Saturday afternoon.

Woods made a disastrous error on No. 18 that cost him a spot in the Final Four of the tournament. Tiger held a two-up advantage after the first five holes against Lucas Bjerregaard of Denmark.

After a back and forth battle, Woods brought a one-up lead to No. 16 before losing two of the final three holes for a swift exit from the tournament.

It all came to a crashing haul on No. 18.

Woods hit his approach shot well short of the green and into a bunker. After that it was all over for Tiger.

Here's how the series of unfortunate events unfolded.

It's a disastrous finish to what had been a spectacular tournament for Woods.

After winning his group earlier this week, Woods set up a match with Rory McIlroy. Tiger dispatched the Northern Ireland native this morning with a strong performance.

His win over McIlroy placed him in the Elite Eight against the relatively unknown Bjerregaard.

The Dane will now move on to play the winner of the match between Matt Kuchar and Sergio Garcia.

Tiger, meanwhile, will turn his sights toward the Masters.