Found July 22, 2013 on Sports-Glory:

Tiger Woods failed to win his 15th major title Sunday at the Open Championship.  He said the final round was “frustrating.” Woods began the day just two strokes behind leader Lee Westwood, but finished Sunday at Muirfield with a 74 putting him in a tie for sixth, five strokes 

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