Tiger Woods shot a final round 68, capping a solid weekend that left him at 7-under for the tournament. But the early hole he dug himself with two lackluster rounds to open the tournament left him far too big a hole to climb out of, and Woods was hardly a factor in the tournament. As it stands now, Woods sits eight shots back of the lead, in a tie for 28th place.
Woods was up and down again on Sunday, bogeying No. 2 and No. 5 before carding a birdie on No. 9. On the back nine, he heated up, carding birdies on No. 10, 12, 14 and 15 before bogeying No. 16. He finished his round with a birdie on No. 17 and a par on No. 18, good for a round of 3-under.
At the top of the leaderboard, Shane Bertsch and Bryce Molder are each at 15-under, one shot clear of the field. Briny Baird sits in third at 14-under, followed by Ernie Els at 13-under.
And yes, someone threw a hot dog at Woods.
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