Tiger Woods has remained in contention all week at the Barclays, despite lingering back pain he said stems from a poor night's sleep on a bad hotel bed.
But on the 13th hole in Sunday's final round, Woods may have seen his chances at his sixth PGA Tour win this season take a hit as a result of what appeared to be a poorly timed back spasm.
Woods took his second shot on the par-5, and after hooking the ball badly to the left, the world No. 1 grimaced and dropped to his knees. After a short time in discomfort on the turf, Woods stood up and gingerly walked toward his ball, which had landed in the water:
Woods would go on to bogey the hole.