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NO JOY FOR TIGER WOODS

9th April 2012, 01:23am

Tiger Woods: More struggles this week

Tiger Woods: More struggles this week

Tiger Woods could do no better than a final-round 74 at the Masters on Sunday, finishing well down the field.

Woods had an eventful round, making three birdies but also five bogeys as he once again struggled to find any real form.

He finished with a five-over total of 293, his worst Masters finish as a professional.

"If I look back on the week, I played the par-fives atrociously," said the 14-time major champ.

"This is a golf course you just have to dominate the par-fives, and I did not do that at all this week.

"I didn't drive very good and didn't hit my irons very good. I've got to go and do some work and be ready for the next one.

"What's frustrating is I know what to do, and I just don't do it.

"I fall back into the same old patterns again and I just need to do more reps. Thank God my short game was good this week and my putting was really good. Unfortunately they were all for pars, not for birdies."

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