Final-round 67 not enough for Woods
With his customary red shirt on, Tiger Woods made a huge Sunday charge in the final round at the Australian Open. But his final score of 11-under par didn’t hold up, as Greg Chalmers of Australia followed him into the clubhouse at 13 under and looks odds-on to win the title.
After shooting a 3-over-par 75 in Saturday's third round at The Lakes in Sydney, Woods — the second-round leader — stood at 6-under par and trailed John Senden by six strokes entering play Sunday.
But he raced up the leaderboard on Sunday with a 5-under 67, and his 11-under score led among those in the clubhouse when he finished. Unfortunately for Woods, Chalmers stayed steady through the final holes to pass him.