I'm Done, Says a Curt Tiger after Shooting an Ugly 79

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I'm Done, Says a Curt Tiger after Shooting an Ugly 79


LOS ANGELES: Defending champion Tiger Woods plunged to new depths when he missed a secondary cut on the PGA Tour for the first time after struggling badly in Saturday's third round of the Farmers Insurance Open outside San Diego.

Though he made the second-round cut by a stroke on Friday after carding a 1-under-par 71 on the easier North Course, the World No 1 was badly out of sorts on a difficult day for scoring as he laboured to a 79 on the brutal South layout.

It was his worst ever score at the event, which he has won at Torrey Pines a record seven times, and ensured he would miss the third-round cut for the leading 70 players and ties, giving him the unwanted label of "MDF" (made cut, did not finish).

His score matched the second worst of his professional career, and is eclipsed only by the 81 he shot in strong winds and driving rain in the third round of the 2002 British Open at Muirfield.

Woods, whose remarkable playoff win at the 2008 US Open also took place at Torrey Pines, declined to speak to Golf Channel and CBS Sports after he had signed his scorecard, and also turned down requests to talk to reporters. "I'm done," the 14-times major champion said before signing a few autographs for fans and then being driven away from the course in a van.

Woods, who won last year's Farmers Insurance Open by four shots in a fog-delayed Monday finish, endured a damaging run of back-to-back double bogeys followed by five straight bogeys from the 18th, his ninth hole, to finish at 6-over-par 222.

That stumbling stretch ended with a welcome birdie at the par-4 seventh, where he good-naturedly removed his cap and bowed to the crowd, before closing with pars at eight and nine. …

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