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Tiger Woods went from 3 under on the week to 4 over within a half-hour window Sunday morning after carding a 10 on the par-3 12th hole in the final round of the 2020 Masters. Woods, the reigning Masters champion, found the water on three separate occasions — off the tee, from the drop zone and finally from the bunker — to post a septuple bogey, the worst score at a single hole in his professional career.

As such, Woods’ 10 at Rae’s Creek is clearly the highest score he’s ever logged on a hole at the Masters. Considering he’s been playing Augusta National for 25 years, that’s quite something. His previous high career hole came at the Memorial Tournament…

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