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Tiger Woods finishes Masters at 16-over 304, a career worst


Tiger Woods, 48, finished his final round at the Masters in last place at 16-over 304, the worst 72-hole score of his professional career.
— Tiger Woods finished the Masters on Sunday with a record he could do without, walking off the course with a 16-over 304, his highest 72-hole score in a career that spans three decades.
Woods‘ previous high was 302 at the Memorial in 2015 following a career-worst 85 in the third round. He has failed to break 300 only one other time at the Masters: two years ago, when he shot 78-78 on the weekend and finished at 301.
All of that hardly mattered to the crowd.
The 48-year-old Woods, who is still dealing with the effects of numerous surgeries that have impacted his body and limited his playing time on the PGA Tour, received a huge roar from the crowd as he pitched close to the hole on No. 18 and made par.
Wearing his traditional Sunday red, Woods tipped his hat the crowd.
Woods was in last place among the 60 players who made the cut when he finished. The previous time he finished in last place was in the 2020 Genesis Invitational at Riviera.

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