If there have been two issues with Tiger Woods' comeback efforts this season, it's been driver and the short game.
Until the 11th hole in Sunday's final round of the Wyndham Championship, it seemed Woods had kept both in check. Using a long iron off the tee on half of the holes, Tiger hadn't gotten overly wild, and when he had been off-target, he had made up with it with some impressive par saves.
But when he missed the 11th green with his approach, his short game deserted him in the worst way, as evidenced by this chip that skitters over the green:
Adding insult to injury, Woods chunked the next shot short. Finally, getting on the green, he two-putted for an ugly triple-bogey 7, ending any chances he harbored of winning the tournament and advancing to the FedExCup playoffs.
After bogeying the next hole, Woods salvaged what he could on the day -- making three consecutive birdies to get back to 1-over.
And if there was a silver lining? This marvelous approach on the final hole:
Tiger drained the birdie putt for an even-par round of 70 and 13-under for the tournament.