Tiger Woods birdied five of his final six holes during the final round at the 2020 Masters, but the late push was not an effort to make a run at the leader. Rather, it was to try and salvage what could have been a disastrous Sunday at Augusta National Golf Club. 

The late birdie flurry left Woods with a 76 on the day and 1 under final score for the championship. It was the first time in his Masters career that he played holes 13-18 at 5 under, but again, it all came only to reverse some of the damage done by the worst hole of his professional career. 

Back at the par-3 12th, where the door opened for Woods to make his move on Sunday in 2019, the five-time Masters champion carded a 10. Woods hit three balls into Rae’s Creek — one off the tee, one after the first drop and again from the back bunker — before…

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