Tiger Woods finished the Barclays tournament with a final round 4-under par 67 for a total of 7-under par 277. He wound up five strokes off winner Matt Kuchar but Tiger leaves Ridgewood Country Club on a positive note.
He has hit the ball more consistently in the past few days. Just days after the divorce settlement with Elin Nordegren was finalized, Woods went back to work more focused. He has been adjusting his swing and has shown some success with the adjustments so far.
His first round score of 6-under par 65 put him on top of the leaderboard but he struggled on the second and third round. Although Woods has been hitting with more consistency, he missed putts in the middle rounds that included a third round opening hole triple bogey.
It may just be a matter of time for Tiger Woods to win another title. He was just one bad hole away from contending at the Barclays.
Woods is looking forward to the next round of the FedEx Cup. We all are too.