Bryson DeChambeau finally got it right on his third try at the 18th hole and won the Memorial in a playoff on Sunday.
But it was Woods that brought out the biggest roars at Muirfield Village Golf Club as he moved within six strokes of the lead.
Woods ended the week flying high in the tee-to-green statistics, but his putting ranking was second-bottom of the players who made the cut as he three-putted five times and also missed seven putts from inside five feet. He made bogey for a 70 and still got into a playoff, but he was eliminated on the first extra hole when his approach from deep rough and the ball well above his feet squirted to the right, leading to a bogey.
Woods was in total control of his shots for the second straight day, only to miss short putts down the stretch that spoiled his run.
All of that prompted Hank Haney, Woods' former swing coach, to send this message out from his Twitter account Saturday: "If Tiger wins the Memorial w the 3 penalty shots, 2 three putts and the other 3' missed putt he's had so far then look out for the rest of the year because he will tear it up once he tightens things down a little more".
What a putt. What a reaction.
However, DeChambeau rolled in a nine-footer on a similar line to the one he missed in regulation play, to take the title.
"I could have easily shot 62 or 63 [on Friday] and could have easily shot 63 or 64 without doing much today", he said.
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"I had some chances to shoot some good rounds this week, " Woods said after a final-round 72 that left him in a tie for 23rd. I played beautifully, actually. He planned on going to Shinnecock Hills for two days to prep for the U.S. Open before heading to TPC Southwind to drill down on the FedEx St. Jude, where he was in contention a year ago only to finish ninth. But he poured it on at the end to lead by one shot over Patrick Cantlay (66), Kyle Stanley and 19-year-old Joaquin Niemann of Chile, who played in the last group and each had 70.
So the place had given him some fits of late and yet he bounced back from being 4 over par through 7 holes on Thursday to entering the final round with an outside shot at winning.
"No matter if you're one back or tied for the lead every hole is an opportunity to make a birdie and that's just what I'm going to try and do every single day".
"I just need to hit better putts. If I just make a few more putts like I did earlier in the year, when I was putting really well, you put those two together, then we'll have something".
That didn't last long. "I played really, really well".
Bryson DeChambeau is a PGA Tour victor again. McIlroy missed three birdie chances inside 8 feet.
He finished 54 holes at 9-under 207.