Tiger Woods didn't have much to say Saturday about his career-worst score of 85 during the third round of the Memorial, leaving the course at the bottom of the leaderboard without uttering a word to reporters.
Woods fared better Sunday, teeing off first and entering the Muirfield Village clubhouse with a two-over 74. He then opened up about his disastrous round from the day before, saying it wouldn't provoke him to change his approach to the game.
“Just because I'm in last place doesn't change how I play golf,” he said. “Whether it's the first day or last day, doesn't matter. Play all out.”
Woods told reporters he was...