Tiger Woods knew what he needed to do to give himself a chance at winning the Masters and his fifth green jacket. Beginning his final round only four shots behind leaders Angel Cabrera and Jason Day, many felt Woods would need a 66 or 65 to seriously contend. He'd also need a little help from those atop the leaderboard.
After a front nine 37, however, it appears Tiger has run out of holes at Augusta.
Woods did not play well on his opening nine, dropping a shot at hole No. 5 to fall to 2-under for the tournament and six shots behind the leaders. Distance control continued to plague Woods throughout the afternoon, coupled with an inconsistent putter. Woods never made a birdie in his opening nine.
At the par-4 No. 7 hole, Tiger succumbed to his second bogey to drop another stroke. He is currently at 2-under par after making his first birdie of the day on hole No. 9.
While he technically still has a fleeting chance at pulling out a miracle, Tiger will have to hope for a colossal collapse from about five players in front of him on the leaderboard. He is currently seven shots back.