Woods, a 14-time major champion chasing the all-time record of 18 majors, went out more than three hours before leader Peter Hanson of Sweden and second-place Phil Mickelson were set to start in the last group.
At three-over 219 in a share of 38th for 54 holes, four-time Masters winner Woods was 12 strokes off the pace, well beyond the all-time greatest last-day comeback, Jack Burke’s eight-stroke rally in 1956.
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