For the second day in a row, Tiger Woods made a triple bogey before he had a birdie.
''It wasn't that bad today,'' he said. ''It was just one hole that cost me, obviously, a few shots.''
Woods, stricken with an erratic touch on the greens for most of the week, continued to struggle to find his game early in Sunday's final round of the Memorial Tournament.
It took nine holes to make a triple-bogey 7 on Saturday. A day later, it took three.
After opening with two pars, Woods' iron shot to the signature par-3 12th found the back bunker. Faced with an awkward stance - his left leg extended and his right knee resting on the edge of the trap - he advanced the ball just 15 feet, but at least improved his stance.
''I was just trying to put the ball against the face on the upslope on the other side so I had a chance to spin the next one,'' Woods said. ''It actually rolled back on the bottom where there's no sand.''
From there he blasted out, the ball running down a swale in the middle ...