Tiger Woods
ScoreCurrent Hole
TodayTotalPositionTiger shoots 69
-3-11T-4

Round 1
Hole 123456789 Out
Par 454343454 36
Score 453343533 33
Status EE-1-1-1-1E-2-3  
 
Hole 101112131415161718 In
Par 443545344 36
Score 543453344 35
Status -2-2-2-3-2-4-4-4-4  
Round 2
Hole 123456789 Out
Par 454343454 36
Score 444443454 36
Status -4-5-5-4-4-4-4-4-4  
 
Hole 101112131415161718 In
Par 443545344 36
Score 443444344 34
Status -4-4-4-5-5-6-6-6-6  
Round 3
Hole 123456789 Out
Par 454343454 36
Score 353444544 36
Status -7-7-8-7-7-6-5-6-6  
 
Hole 101112131415161718 In
Par 443545344 36
Score 543434353 34
Status -5-5-5-6-7-8-8-7-8  
Round 4
Hole 123456789 Out
Par 454343454 36
Score 554453243 35
Status -7-7-7-6-5-5-7-8-9  
 
Hole 101112131415161718 In
Par 443545344 36
Score 453453343 34
Status -9-8-8-9-8-10-10-10-11  

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Sunday

The final order: Mickelson -16, Westwood -13, Kim -12, Woods -11, Choi -11, Couples -9.

Phil on 18:
Phil fans breathe a sigh of relief as  he takes out a fairway wood on the 18th tee, not a driver. His tee shot  misses the fairway, but it's not in any trouble. Westwood, meanwhile, hits a driver to the fairway. Phil's second shot comes to rest inside 10 feet.

Westwood finished with a par and winds up solo second.

Now it's Phil's stage: with wife Amy and their children looking on, he makes his final birdie to finish at -16, winner by three shots.

Phil's a long way from the cup with his approach on 17. His first putt runs 5-6 feet past, but after Westwood puts the pressure on with a birdie, Phil makes his par.

Hole No. 18: Par 4, 465 yards:
Tiger hits it to about 5 feet on the final hole. As he and Choi walk up to the green, the applause is polite, but hardly overwhelming. Choi pars in for a 69. Tiger finishes with a birdie for a 69 that leaves him at -11.

Hole No. 17: Par 4, 440 yards:
Tiger gets up and down for par. CBS has lost interest.

Routine two-putt pars for Mickelson and Westwood at 16. Phil's still in control.

Couples finishes off a 70.

Mickelson and Westwood are both looking to make hay at No. 15. Westwood is just over the back in two, while Phil has an 18-footer for eagle. Westwood's chip checks up 4 feet short and he misses the birdie putt. Now he's four shots back. Phil two-putts for birdie to get to -15. He leads Kim by three.

Hole No. 16: Par 3, 170 yards:
Tiger's tee shot is just over the back. Another accessible pin position wasted. He makes par.

Anthony Kim finishes off a 65. He's the leader in the clubhouse at -12.

Hole No. 15, Par 5, 530 yards: 
Naturally, Tiger makes a 10-footer for eagle. Choi birdies.

Both Mickelson and Westwood fail to take advantage of the pin position on No. 14. Both manage pars, though.

Hole No. 14: Par 4, 440 yards:
With 172 yards to the hole, Tiger hits his approach to 4 feet on one of the easiest pin positions on the course. He misses the putt on the right side, then lips out a careless tap-in and makes a killer bogey.

Mickelson and Westwood both find the pine straw to the right of the 13th fairway. Westwood has to lay up, but Mickelson hits a SPECTACULAR shot 3 feet from the cup! Amazingly, he pulls the putt right and has to settle for a disappointing birdie. He's at 14 under, leading by two.

Westwood makes a 7-foot putt for a desperately needed birdie that takes him to -12.

Mickelson drains a 15-footer for birdie at No. 12 to get to 13 under and take a one-shot lead.

Hole No. 13: Par 5: 510 yards:
Tiger HATES his drive. He opts for religious commentary, but Buddha is not mentioned. he lays up, almost holes his third, then makes a 6-footer for birdie.

Choi is in the back bunker at 13 with his second shot. One of his very few mistakes on the day. His bunker shot comes up very short and he makes bogey.

Anthony Kim follows birdies on 13 and 14 with an eagle at No. 15. He's at -11, one shot behind Choi and Mickelson.

Hole No. 12: Par 3, 155 yards:
Tiger's in one of the back bunkers off the tee, then hits out to the front fringe. He makes the par-saving putt.

Mickelson hooks ANOTHER drive, this one at No. 11. He manages to hit the green in two, though, and makes par.

It's not 1992 anymore. Couples' tee shot hits the bank of the creek on No. 12, but unlike the year he won, this one doesn't stay up.  After dropping, he hits a weak first putt and makes double bogey.

After missing the green right at No. 11 (as so many do), Couples misses a short par attempt to drop to 9 under.

Hole No. 11: Par 4, 505 yards:  Tiger's in the trees to the right of the fairway. His follow-throughs are starting to look like Arnie's (and that's not a good thing). His second shot hits a tree and stays in the woods, but he has an opening to the green. He then hits a wedge to 5 feet. The par putt won't drop, however, denying him a barkie and dropping him to -8.

Choi pars No. 11. He's just not making any mistakes.

Mickelson hooks his tee shot into the trees on the right on No. 10. He runs a low approach up just in front of the green, then chips to tap-in range for par.

Westwood misses a 3-footer for par on No. 9, falling out of the lead. As the final group goes to the back nine, Mickelson has a one-shot lead on Westwood. Tiger is three back.

Hole No. 10, Par 4, 495 yards: Tiger fats his tee shot, leaving him 220-plus yards to the pin. His approach is on, but not close. A two-putt par gets him safely through. Choi, after a sweet approach to 6 feet, drops the birdie to tie for the lead at -12.

Phil's in the pine straw off the tee at No. 9, but - was there ever any doubt? - he gets up and down for par.

Hole No. 9, Par 4, 460 yards:
  Tiger drives into the fairway, then cuts his approach just past the pin, where it spins back to about 6 feet under the hole. He makes the birdie putt to get to -9.

Choi pars No. 9 to make the turn in 33.

Mickelson makes a 4-footer for birdie at No. 8 to tie Westwood for the lead at -12.

Couples hits a lovely approach to No. 9, sucking the ball back below the pin about 6 feet. He makes the putt to get to 10 under.

Westwood's in the fairway bunker off the tee at No. 8 and can't go for the green in two, but he recovers to make par.

Hole No. 8, Par 5, 570 yards: Tiger's just off the green in two after hitting a frozen rope for his second shot. He chooses a putter, then runs the ball about 6 feet past. he makes the putt for birdie.

Choi makes a one-putt birdie to tie for second at 11 under.

Westwood is in trouble at No. 7. He's in the left trees off the tee, then hits his approach into one of the greenside bunkers. He hits a spectacular bunker shot, almost holing it after a long left-to-right roll. He and Mickelson both make par.

Hole No. 7, Par 4, 450 yards:
Just when you're about to bury him - Tiger HOLES HIS APPROACH SHOT FOR EAGLE!

Gotta love that Sunday pin position at No. 16. Already two holes-in-one there today, by Nathan Green and Ryan Moore.

Hole No. 6: Par 3, 180 yards:
  Tiger is finishing more swings with one hand on the club than two. He's on the green at 6, but not close to the hole. He is not amused, but so far he's keeping his thoughts to himself. His birdie effort burns the left edge.

Choi, meanwhile, gets to 10 under with a birdie. He's totally outplaying Tiger today.

Great iron to about 5 feet on No. 5 by Westwood for a birdie to take the lead alone again. Mickelson, meanwhile, misses the green long with his approach. In typical Phil fashion, he saves par.

Westwood bogeys No. 4 to drop into a tie for the lead with Mickelson.

Hole No. 5, Par 4, 455 yards: Tiger drives into the fairway bunker and can't go for the green in two. He pitches to 8 feet but never scares the hole with his putt.  He makes another bogey.

Mickelson and Westwood both par No. 3.

Hole No. 4, Par 3, 240 yards:
Tiger's iron comes up short and to the right of the green on this hole, which he has bogeyed each of the previous two days. He chips 5 feet past, but misses the left-to-right putt and makes another bogey.

Mickelson's birdie putt on No. 2 hits a piece of tree debris that fell during his stroke and misses. He makes a disappointing par.

Hole No. 3, Par 4, 350 yards:  Tiger drives into the fairway, but flies his short wedge shot over the green.He chips up and saves par.

Choi, after almost chipping back into the fairway, makes a spectacular par save from the front of the green.

Couples rolls in a birdie putt from just off the gree at No. 3. He's at -9.

Hole No. 2, Par 5, 575 yards:
Tiger hates his drive, but it's in the fairway. Ahead, Fred Couples misses a makeable eagle putt after a gorgeous shot to No. 2, but makes birdie.

After reaching the front bunker in two, Tiger chunks his third shot, leaving himself beached. His next shot lands close to the pin and he makes par. Choi birdies after a pretty wedge shot to get to -9.

Westwood, perhaps taking a page from Tiger's book, is wearing a red shirt. Also like Tiger, he misses the first fairway to the left.He hits a branch with his second shot, leaving himself in the fairway with 128 yards to go. His third shot finds the green, but not close to the hole. He two-putts for bogey.

Mickelson drives into the middle of the fairway and hits the green in regulation. He misses a 15-footer for birdie and taps in for par.

Hole No. 1, Par 4, 445 yards:
Tiger tees off first in his group, and it's not a good start. He drops the driver in disgust at the end of his swing, and with good reason: the ball has gone way left. He's actually on the adjacent fairway.

He hits an iron up over the trees and winds up just off the green. His chip runs through to the back fringe and he two-putts for bogey.

Choi, meanwhile, hits the green despite finding the fairway bunker off the tee and makes par.

It's another beautiful day in Augusta, with the midday temperature at 72 degrees, the humidity at 30 percent and the wind only 7 mph.

Scott Verplank is the biggest mover among the players on the course, 4 under through eight holes to get to 1 under overall.

Tiger's chances today? Well, he's never come from behind to win a major.

Phil Mickelson is seeking his third green jacket, and he's playing in the final group at a major for the first time since his final-hole meltdown ("I am such an idiot!") at the 2006 U.S. Open at Winged Foot.

Tiger and K.J. Choi are playing together for the fourth straight day.

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