Tiger Woods should’ve brought his swim trunks to the final round of the Masters.
The defending champion knocked three balls into the water at the par-3 12th hole, a stunning turn at the shortest hole on the course.
Tiger Woods finds the water for the third time on No. 12. <br><br>He would go on to make a 10. <a href=”https://t.co/xNAdsu08Bt”>pic.twitter.com/xNAdsu08Bt</a>
Last year at the very same hole, Woods got a huge break on his way to a fifth green jacket when four of his competitors dumped shots into Rae’s Creek.
This time, it was Woods who fell apart at Golden Bell.
Bubba Watson<br>2012: won Masters<br>2013: made 10 on 12th hole on Sunday<br>2014 won Masters<br><br>Tiger Woods<br>2019: won Masters<br>2020: made 10 on 12th hole on Sunday<br>2021: ?<br><br>It’s science?
His tee shot rolled back into the water, then he dunked another in similar fashion after taking a drop. Woods pitched his next one over the green, into a back bunker, leaving him with an extremely awkward stance for what was officially his sixth shot. He lined that one into the water as well.
I have been informed that Tiger Woods’ 10 at No. 12 is his highest score on any hole in his PGA Tour career.
Finally, Woods finished off a septuple-bogey 10, his worst score ever at the Masters. Previously, he had made 8s on a pair of much longer holes.
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