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After making the cut on the number, in Round 3 at Muirfield Village - where he had won five times - Woods went out in 42 and came home in 43, including a quadruple-bogey 8 at the last. He hit four balls in the water and hit only seven fairways and nine greens in regulation. His putter had made up for many full-shot shortcomings in the first two rounds, but on this Saturday he had three missed putts from inside 5 feet.
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In his first start of 2015, Woods followed a first-round 73 with an 82 to miss the cut, only the 13th missed cut of his career. Afterward he stepped to the podium and channeled Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch by saying, "I'm just doing this so I don't get fined." Phil Mickelson also missed the cut marking only the second time he and Woods missed the cut in the same event.
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Woods had already won the Masters and U.S. Open and was just two strokes off the lead after 36 holes at Muirfield when his Grand Slam hopes were swept away in the brutal Scottish wind and rain. His 10-over 81 dropped him 11 strokes behind third-round leader and eventual winner Ernie Els. The late-arriving storm wreaked havoc with players teeing off in the afternoon - the average score of the final 14 players on the course was 76.7. All told, 10 players shot in the 80s, but only three in the 83-man field shot a higher number than Woods' 81.
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Starting his season at one of his favorite courses - Torrey Pines - Woods endured a horrific stretch of seven holes in 9 over par and missed the 54-hole cut. The trouble started at the South Course's 18th hole (Woods' ninth of the day), when he tried to reach the par 5 in two but rinsed his approach and made double bogey. He then doubled No. 1, following that with five bogeys in a row.
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The defending Memorial champion, Woods moved the wrong way on Moving Day, shooting a third-round 79. It could have been worse - he went out (on the back nine) in 44, including a triple-bogey-7 on the 18th hole, before coming home in 1-under 35. "It was a tough day," he understated.
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This second-round score resulted in only the sixth missed cut of Woods' career, and it wasn't even close. He missed the cut by a whopping eight strokes. It was just Woods' second tournament in his return from his self-imposed leave of absence after revelations of his marital difficulties. He refused to blame his game's shortcomings on the scrutiny of his private life. "Does it test you?" he said. "Yes, of course it does. Is that any excuse? No, because I'm out there and I have the same opportunity as everybody else here in this field to shoot a good number. And I didn't do it."
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