For the second time in two days at the 2020 BMW Championship, Tiger Woods had a good round upended by the par-4 17th hole. For the first time in 10 years, Tiger shot all four rounds over par in a single tournament.
Woods, who came into Sunday’s final round 10 over and 11 strokes back of the lead, played his first eight holes in 2 under, just like he did in Saturday’s third round. After a bumpy run in the middle, he again drove his tee shot into the creek off to the right on No. 17 and turned something under par into a 1-over 71.
For the week, Woods shot rounds of 73-75-72-71, failing to crack par once. He finished 11 over for the event, though he’s not the only one who struggled at Olympia Fields. At the time he finished, the average score in this field was around 7 over on the week.
It’s not as if Woods was…