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Tiger Woods Is Falling Apart On Hole No. 11

Tiger Woods in his follow through.

CHARLOTTE, NC - MAY 06: Tiger Woods plays his tee shot on the second hole during the final round of the 2018 Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow Club on May 6, 2018 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)

Tiger Woods started the back 9 of the final round of the 2018 British Open in sole possession of the lead. It might only take him two holes to give that lead back, unfortunately.

Woods parred hole No. 10, but the eleventh hole is proving to be an extremely difficult one for the 14-time major champion.

The 42-year-old golfer had a couple of rough shots on the eleventh hole, including one that bounced off of the gallery.

Woods then had a tough shot out of the rough and left himself with a long bogey putt. The putt did not fall.

His first double-bogey of the tournament came on hole No. 11.

Woods is now 5-under par for the tournament. He began the day at 5-under par. He's now one shot back of the leaders.

Woods' playing partner, meanwhile, is playing as steadily as anyone. He's yet to make anything that is not a par.

The top of the leaderboard is a crowded one now. There are eight golfers at 5-under par or better. Four golfers are currently ahead of Woods.

Woods has seven holes remaining in his final round. He's likely going to need a couple of more birdies (and no more double bogeys) to have a chance at a victory.