Tiger Woods' score: Live updates, highlights from Round 4 at WGC-Mexico Championship

Tiger Woods begins the final round of the WGC-Mexico Championship on Sunday 10 strokes back of leader Dustin Johnson. But while first place is a longshot for the 43-year-old golfer, he’s well-positioned for a top-10 finish that could give him positive momentum less than two months before the Masters.

Woods has hit several memorable shots this weekend, most notably an incredible shot from the bunker that landed just feet from the hole.

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If Woods can maintain his place on the leaderboard Sunday, it would mark his highest finish of 2019. His previous high was 15th in the Genesis Open.

Sporting News is tracking updates and highlights from Woods’ final round at the WGC-Mexico, played at Club de Golf Chapultepec in Naucalpan, Mexico. 

WGC-Mexico Championship leaderboard

For complete scores, check out our full WGC-Mexico leaderboard featuring Woods and the rest of the field.

Tiger Woods’ score: Live updates, highlights from Round 4

Hole (Par) Tiger’s score (Overall) Place
1 (4) 1 under (-7) T-9
2 (4) 2 under (-8) T-7
3 (3) 2 under (-8) T-6
4 (4) 2 under (-8) T-6
5 (4) 2 under (-8) T-6
6 (5) 2 under (-8) T-5
7 (3) 2 under (-8) T-5
8 (4) 1 under (-7) T-9
9 (4) 1 under (-7) T-10
10 (4)    
11 (5)    
12 (4)    
13 (3)    
14 (4)    
15 (5)    
16 (4)    
17 (3)    
18 (4)    

Hole 9: Par 4, 376 yards

Woods settles for par again, and halfway through the final day of the WGC-Mexico Championship, he’s not changed his positioning on the leaderboard all that much.

Hole 8: Par 4, 517 yards

First real mistake of the afternoon for Woods. He hooks his drive off the tee way left. From there, he has to play catch-up, ultimately landing a 4-foot putt for bogey.

Hole 7: Par 3, 238 yards

Another hole, another par for Woods. That’s five straight for him after starting with a pair of birdies.

Hole 6: Par 5, 605 yards

Almost an eagle! Woods lands 2 yards from the hole on his approach. Then his birdie putt comes up short. He’ll settle for par.

Hole 5: Par 4, 433 yards

Woods continues a conservative starting approach, opting to iron off the tee instead of using his driver. It might not let him pull of an improbable comeback to win this tournament, but so far his efficiency has him positioned to finish high up on the leaderboard. He taps in for par here.

Hole 4: Par 4, 513 yards

Woods makes it a little difficult on himself by putting his second shot into the rough, but he salvages par with a 5-foot putt.

Hole 3: Par 3, 160 yards

Woods converts a tricky Par 3. This has been a pretty ideal start for him.

Hole 2: Par 4, 368 yards

An absolutely spectacular second shot from the fairway sets up another birdie.

Hole 1: Par 4, 319 yards

Woods is underway Sunday in Naucalpan. He drills a beautiful line drive 300 yards onto the fairway, then chips about 6-feet short of the hole. His putt for birdie lands.

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