Defending champion Tiger Woods made a nightmare 10, his worst score on any major hole, on the par-3 12th at Augusta National in Sunday’s final round of the Masters.
The first double-digit major score by the 15-time major winner dropped him from 3-under to 4-over for the tournament.
Woods sent his first two shots into Rae’s Creek, the water in front of the tricky 155-yard layout in the heart of fabled Amen Corner.
He punched his third from a rescue area into a bunker, then blasted out of the sand only to roll the ball down a slope and back into the creek.
Woods finally chipped onto the the green with his eighth and two-putted to end the horror show.
Success at the 12th was one of the things that helped Woods capture his 15th major title and fifth green jacket a year ago.
Woods was bothered by back issues for the second day in a row, using his wedge to support his weight as he climbed out of the bunker behind the green after finishing his sand blasting.