Tiger Woods made his highly anticipated 2010 debut at the Masters. Three early bogeys on Sunday dropped Woods well back of the lead, but he eventually rallied to finish tied for fourth.
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In his second event of the year, Woods shot a 79 on Friday at Quail Hollow to miss the cut. It was his worst round as a pro in a non-major tournament.
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Woods's struggles took a surreal turn at the Players Championship. He withdrew from the event on the seventh hole of the final round with a neck injury. Woods said he first felt the injury before the Masters. "I might have a bulging disk," he said.
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After a one-month layoff, Woods returned at the Memorial and shot an even-par 72 on Sunday to tie for 19th.
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Woods finally flashed some of his old form at the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, where his Saturday 66 was capped by this second shot on the 18th hole, which he sliced around a tree and onto the green. Woods entered the final round in third place but struggled to a closing 75 to tie for fourth.
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Woods was never in the hunt at the AT&T National, where he tied for 46th. The defending champion shot a one-over 71 on Sunday; he had no under-par rounds, the first time in 11 years that he failed to break par in a four-round event.
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