NORTON, Mass. – Tiger Woods shot all four rounds in the 60s at the Deutsche Bank Championship, the first time he’s accomplished that feat in nearly three years.
Yet, it was only good enough for a solo third at TPC Boston.
After a torrid start that got him within three shots of the lead, Woods cooled off on the back nine, recording only a closing birdie, to shoot a final-round 66 Monday and finish two shots behind Rory McIlroy.
Woods turned in 4-under 32, and hit 11 of 14 fairways and 14 greens, but he simply didn’t give himself enough good looks coming home. He finished with 28 putts, including a two-putt birdie on the last.
With the third-place finish, Woods surpassed $100 million in career earnings.
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