Moments and analysis from Tiger Woods’ fourth round at the Masters


Tiger Woods is back in action at his 26th Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club.

Woods entered Saturday one over par, coming off an admirable Friday effort where he had to play 23 holes due to a weather delay. He started off solidly, making par on the first three holes and erasing a bogey on four with a birdie on five. Things fell apart quickly, however, and he bogeyed the next four holes, double bogeying two of them. The back nine wasn’t much kinder, with five bogeys to one birdie. Woods’ third round was 10 over par — the worst he’s ever recorded at any major. He’s plus-11 on the tournament and is far out of contention — but considering all he had to overcome to get here, making the cut was an accomplishment in and of itself.

Here’s how Woods fared on and off the fairway at the Masters in Round 4.

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