Nine not divine for Woods


AUGUSTA, Ga. – Tiger Woods pulled his opening drive on Sunday closer to the ninth fairway than he’s been for most of the week.

The world No. 1 has struggled to hit the ninth fairway, missing left on Day 1 and right on Day 3, and didn’t have much better luck scrambling from there on Sunday.

Woods bogeyed the first to slip to 7 under and made a sloppy par on the second hole after leaving his third shot in a green-side bunker. He’s four strokes off the lead held by Phil Mickelson and Lee Westwood, who also bogeyed the first.