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What are Tiger Woods' Worst Scores as a Pro on the PGA Tour?

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Question: What are Tiger Woods' Worst Scores as a Pro on the PGA Tour?

Answer: Highest Scores for One Round
What are the worst 18-hole PGA Tour scores carded by Tiger Woods as a pro? Ten times in his pro career Woods has posted scores of 77 or higher in PGA Tour events. Here are Woods' highest scores for one round of golf, in PGA Tour events, as a pro:

81 - 2002 British Open, third round
79 - 2014 Farmers Insurance Open, third round
79 - 2013 Memorial, third round
79 - 2010 Quail Hollow Championship, second round
78 - 2014 WGC Cadillac Championship, final round
78 - 1996 Tour Championship, second round
78 - 1999 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, third round
77 - 1997 Las Vegas Invitational, third round
77 - 1998 Bay Hill Invitational, final round
77 - 1998 Buick Open, third round
77 - 2002 Buick Invitational, second round
77 - 2010 WGC Bridgestone Invitational, final round
77 - 2011 PGA Championship, first round

Most Strokes Over Par for Tournament
What about Woods' worst tournament finishes in relation to par as a pro on the PGA Tour? Six times in his pro career Woods has completed a 72-hole PGA Tour event at 10-over par or higher. Those tournaments are:

18-over - 2010 WGC Bridgestone Invitational (74-72-75-77)
13-over - 2013 U.S. Open (73-70-76-74)
12-over - 2003 PGA Championship (74-72-73-73)
10-over - 2004 U.S. Open (72-69-73-76)
10-over - 1999 British Open (74-72-74-74)
10-over - 1998 U.S. Open (74-72-71-73)

Note that five of the tournaments on the above list are majors and Woods' scores weren't necessarily bad; at the 1999 British Open, for example, Woods' 10-over score was good for a Top 10 finish. However, Woods' 18-over at the 2010 Bridgestone put him in next-to-last place.

See also:
Tiger Woods' missed cuts

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