Players Championship 2012: Tiger Woods Struggles In Fourth Round

The days of dominance from Tiger Woods appear to be over. If his struggles over the last few years were not enough of an indication, Woods finished The Players Championship with a mark of -1 overall, which has him back 10 strokes of the current leaders.

Woods bogeyed his first hole on Sunday and then redeemed himself with a birdie on No. 2. He double bogeyed the fourth hole and bogeyed the sixth and eighth as well. If there was a bright side to his day, Tiger birdied three on the back-nine to improve his score to +1 for the day.

Some figured Woods would make his customary move over the weekend following a big rally on Friday, but the world's former No. 1 player was simply unable to convert on his few opportunities. He appears healthy for the most part, so it truly is just mental at this point.

Through six holes in the final round, Kevin Na and Matt Kuchar are tied for the lead at -11.

You can find the conclusion of the tournament aired live on NBC.

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