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Tiger Woods Just Finished His Final Round At Wells Fargo - Here's His Score

tiger woods at the wells fargo championship

Tiger Woods just finished another golf tournament. Here's how the 42-year-old played.

The final round of the Wells Fargo Championship was a tough one for Woods. He struggled again with his putter, but he did look really good driving the ball.

Woods shot a two-over 74 for his final round. This came after a promising Saturday in which he shot a 68.

If Woods had putted well this week, he could've approached contention. He had several disappointing showings on the greens.

Woods had told reporters on Saturday that he felt he was hitting the ball well enough to contend. “I’m hitting the ball well enough to contend, to win this golf tournament,” he said. Woods missed a lot of fairways today despite driving the ball really well. He once again struggled with his putter, hitting 30-plus putts for the second straight day.

Woods will be taking part in The Players' Championship next week. He's being paired with Phil Mickelson and Rickie Fowler. Play starts on Thursday.