On Sunday, Tiger Woods has completed his fourth and final round in the 2012 U.S. Open. Woods entered the third round with a share of the lead, but by the beginning of the day on Sunday, he was on the verge of falling out of contention. Woods' start on Sunday was so rough that he ensured he would be out of contention by the time he finished his first three holes.
Woods started his round with a bogey, bogey and double-bogey in his first three holes and ended up being over par on five of his first six. Woods turned things around admirably after the tough front six, but of course the damage had already been done. After three birdies the rest of the way, Woods finished his final round at 3-over for the day and wrapped things up at 7-over for the tournament, in a tie for 21st place before all golfers have finished.