Tiger Woods completed his first full PGA Tour event in nearly three years on Sunday, shooting an even par 72 and finishing the Farmers Insurance Open at 3 under. Woods shot 72-71-70-72 and was T-27 when his round ended on the Torrey Pines South course in La Jolla, California. Woods answered when he was asked to assess his weekend. “Playing a solid four days. I fought hard for these scores.” Woods struggled with his driver all four rounds, hitting just 17 fairways over the 72 holes. He tied the lowest number in his PGA Tour career in an event in which he made the cut. Woods said last week his focus is on Augusta and the Masters in April. He is scheduled to play again at the Los Angeles Open in three weeks (Feb. 15-18) at Riviera Country Club.
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