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Tiger Tracker: Woods finishes Masters at 16-over

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Tiger Woods struggled on Sunday, firing a 5-over 77 for the day.

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Final overall score: +16

Here is a hole-by-hole look at Tiger's final round:

Hole 1 (par 4): Par (E Round 4, +11 Tournament)

Tiger split the fairway with his first shot but was forced to flex the short-game early after his approach rolled off the green. Woods chipped to within two-feet to save par.

Hole 2 (par 5): Birdie (-1 Round 4, +10 tournament

Tiger reached the green with his second shot on the Par 5 second but was unable to drain a 24-foot shot for eagle. He drained the ensuing birdie to move to 1-under on the day.

Hole 3 (par 4): Bogey (E Round 4, +11 tournament)

After an impressive tee shot, Tiger's approach hit the front of the green and rolled back down the front embankment, His next approach stuck but he was unable to make the tough par putt, settling for bogey.

Hole 4 (par 3): Par (E Round 4, +11 tournament)

Tiger's tee shot on the Par 3 fourth left him with a 24-foot putt for birdie but he left it short and settled for par. It's the first time this week that Woods as shot par or better on the fourth.

Hole 5 (par 4): Triple Bogey (+3 Round 4, +14 tournament)

Tiger's first tee shot went out of bounds, forcing him to take a second tee shot. Woods would eventually three-putt for triple bogey.

Hole 6 (par 3): Bogey (+4 Round, +15 tournament)

Tiger left his tee shot well short of the green. He was able to chip to within three feet on his approach but missed the easy par putt, settling for bogey on six for the second-straight day.

Hole 7 (par 4): Par  (+4 Round, +15, tournament)

Tiger's approach found the bunker but he was able to recover with a chip to within three-feet, saving par to remain at 4-over on the day.

Hole 8 (par 5): Par (+4 Round 4, +15 tournament)

Woods bounced back from Saturday's double bogey on eight to recover with a par on Sunday. Tiger had a chance to drain a 23-foot shot for birdie but was unable to get it to go. 

Hole 9 (par 4): Par (+4 Round 4, +15 tournament)

Tiger made par on nine, sinking a six-foot putt after his tee shot found the trees to the right of the fairway.

Hole 10 (par 4): Par (+4 Round, +15 tournament)

Woods had a chance for birdie but left the 11-foot attempt just short, leading to a tap-in for par. It's the fourth time Tiger has made par on the 10th this week.

Hole 11 (par 4): Par (+4 Round, +15 tournament)

Tiger had a chance for birdie but did not have enough pace on his 44-foot attempt, leaving a short putt for par.

Hole 12 (par 3): Par (+4 Round 4, +15 tournament)

Woods made his sixth consecutive par of the round, two-putting on the Par 3 12th to stay at 15-over.

Hole 13 (par 5): Par (+4 Round 4, +15 tournament)

Tigers approach on the Par 5 13th gave him a chance to birdie for the time since the second hole. However his 16-foot putt did not fall and he was once again forced to settle for par.

Hole 14 (par 4): Par (+4 Round 4, +15 tournament)

Tiger made par on 14 for the first time this weekend, after bogeying the hole in each of the past three rounds.

Hole 15 (par 5): Bogey (+5 Round 4, +16 tournament)

Woods was unable to keep his par streak alive, leaving his nine-foot attempt short and settling for his third bogey of the day.

Hole 16 (par 3): Par (+5 Round 4, +16 tournament)

Tiger looked to be in trouble once again as he sent his tee shot into the bunker. He recovered well, sending his second shot to within inches of the cup and saving par.

Hole 17 (par 4): Par (+5 Round 4, +16 tournament)

As has been the theme all day, Woods left his second shot short of the green on the Par 4 17th. Tiger was able to chip to within six-feet and save for par, remaining at 5-over on the day.

Hole 18 (par 4): Par (+5 Round 4, +16 tournament)

Woods once again left his approach shot short, causing the ball to roll back off the front end of the green. However, his chip shot nearly sent the crowd on 18 into a frenzy as it rolled just past the tin, leaving an easy tap-in par to finish the weekend.