Major drought continues for Tiger
ARDMORE, Pa. -- There was not much positive to take from his experience at Merion, other than it's over and there's plenty of important golf on the horizon.
For Tiger Woods, the 113th U.S. Open was another lost attempt at winning a major championship, and a rather ugly one at that. The No. 1-ranked player in the world shot 74 on Sunday at Merion's East Course to finish at 13-over 293 -- his worst score in relation to par for 72 holes in any major championship he has played as a pro.
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Merion proved to be quite the test for the world's best at the 113th U.S. Open. Justin Rose ultimately triumphed, finishing the tournament with a 2-stroke victory at 1-over.