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Tiger knocks 3 balls into the water, scores a 10 on par 3 at The Masters

Tiger Woods reacts after his shot on the second hole during the final round of the Masters golf tournament Sunday, Nov. 15, 2020, in Augusta, Ga. (Curtis Compton/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP)

Golf is a brutally tough sport, even for those that get paid millions of dollars to play it professionally.

Take Tiger Woods, for instance. Woods, who has won the second-most Majors of any golfer in PGA history, unravelled during Sunday’s final round of the Masters.

Woods managed to hit three balls into the water hazard in front of the 12th green, which is a centerpiece of the course’s famed ‘Amen Corner,’ putting up a 10 on the 155-yard par-three.

The defending Masters champion started the week promisingly, shooting a four-under round of 68, breaking 70 in the tournament’s opening round for just the second time in his storied career.

His second round score of 71 put him at -5 for the tournament and within striking distance of the leaders, before falling to earth a bit in Saturday’s third round with an even par round of 72.

The 15-time major winner finished -1 for the tournament and +4 for the day, shooting a final round 76. Woods is 18 strokes behind leader Dustin Johnson.