Tiger Woods hit a new low with a career high.
Right when it looked as though Woods was slowly making some semblance of progress, he posted an 85 on Saturday at the Memorial in Dublin, Ohio, for the worst score of his career. It was three shots higher than the 82 he shot in the second round of the Phoenix Open in January, which led to him taking a two-month break from competition until he could get his game in order.
Woods ended his front nine with back-to-back double bogeys for a 42. Needing a par on the 18th hole to avoid his worst score, he hooked his tee shot into the water, flubbed two chips from short of the green and took a quadruple-bogey 8.
It was his third round in the 80s as a pro.
Woods, who had to make a 6-foot par putt on the final hole Friday just to make the cut, declined interview requests, walking out the door to sign a few autographs.
It spoiled a big day for Zac Blair, the baby-faced rookie from Utah who was so fired up about his first pairing with Woods that his father flew in overnight to watch.
Woods was in last place, meaning he will play as a single Sunday for the first time in his career.
The tournament leader is Justin Rose, who shot a 6-under 66 for a three-shot lead.
Rose missed only one green on the back nine as he started to pull away.
He was at 15-under 201. Francesco Molinari (69) and David Lingmerth (72) were tied for second. Jim Furyk had a 70 and was four shots back going into the final round.
Traded: Three-time Pro Bowl punter Andy Lee from the San Francisco 49ers to the Cleveland Browns. Cleveland sent a late-round 2017 draft pick to the Niners for Lee.
Victorious: Ryan Dungey of Belle Plaine, Minn., who won the Tennessee National for his second straight Lucas Oil Pro Motocross victory. Dungey also won the inaugural event in 2013.
Unveiled: New uniforms by the Milwaukee Bucks of the NBA. They will have "MILWAUKEE" on the official road uniforms for the first time since 1977.
Pettersen leads LPGA event by one stroke
Suzann Pettersen took a one-stroke lead in the Manulife LPGA Classic, making an eagle and four birdies on the first 11 holes and closing with seven pars for a 6-under 66 in Cambridge, Ontario. Pettersen had a 19-under 197 total at Whistle Bear Golf Club.
Birdie on final hole gives Calcavecchia lead
Mark Calcavecchia made a 15-foot birdie putt on the final hole for a 4-under 68 and a one-stroke lead heading into the final round of the Champions Tour's Principal Charity Classic in Des Moines. Calcavecchia had a 9-under 135 total at Wakonda Club.
Dixon wins Fort Worth race
Scott Dixon had a dominating run at Texas, winning by 7.8 seconds over teammate Tony Kanaan in the fastest IndyCar Series race ever at the Fort Worth track.
Dixon led 97 of the 248 laps in a race that had only two cautions. His second win of the season came with an average speed of 191.940 mph
After anxiety about how the cars would handle on the high-speed, high-banked Texas track with the new aero kits, especially after three Chevrolets went airborne during practice for the Indianapolis 500, there were no accidents.
Florida, Miami among the CWS bound
Florida, the No. 4 national seed, beat Florida State 11-4 in Gainesville, Fla., to sweep the NCAA super regional 2-0 and earn its fourth trip to the College World Series in the last six years.
JJ Schwarz hit two homers for the Gators in the clincher, giving him 18 for the season. That's a school record for freshmen.
Florida will open CWS play next Saturday against Miami. The Hurricanes earned their first trip to Omaha since 2008 by beating Virginia Commonwealth 10-3 to finish off a two-game sweep in Coral Gables, Fla. It's the 12th time that Miami will play in the CWS in Jim Morris' 22 seasons as head coach.
Also moving on will be Virginia, which beat Maryland 5-4 for a sweep in Charlottesville, Va. The Cavaliers played in the final series last year in Omaha.
AROUND THE HORN
Formula One: Lewis Hamilton took the pole for the Canadian Grand Prix, his fourth at the track and his sixth in seven races this season. Hamilton posted a fastest lap of 1 minute, 14.393 seconds in qualifying.
WNBA: The Tulsa Shock (1-1) held off Chicago (1-1) 101-93 in its home opener despite 40 points by the Sky's Elena Delle Donne.
1Hits allowed by Matt Hall in Missouri State's 3-1 victory over Arkansas 3-1 in an NCAA super regional in Fayetteville, Ark. Hall (12-2), the national leader in strikeouts, threw 125 pitches in the complete game, fanning eight. The best-of-three series is tied 1-1.