By Brian Wacker, PGATOUR.COM
NORTON, Mass. -- Tiger Woods had his worst career finish Monday at the Deutsche Bank Championship, tying for 65th after a 2-over 73 on Monday
The poor finish may have also cost Woods the top spot in the FedExCup standings, a position he has held for much of the season after five wins.
Should Henrik Stenson go on to win, he would take over the top spot from Woods with two FedExCup Playoffs events remaining.
Woods' four day total of 4-under 280 is also his highest in the event since 2005 when he finished at 281 over four days -- though the course played more difficult that year.
"It wasn't my week," said Woods, who broke par just once over the last four days. "I didn't play well and didn't make anything."
Well off the lead when his round began, Woods nearly holed his approach shot on the 10th hole before tapping in for birdie. It would be one of his few highlights.
Woods bogeyed three of his next five holes and tumbled even further down the leaderboard.
Once again, he struggled with his putting and short game. Woods two-putted all but four holes Monday and finished with 32 putts.
He also hit just 11 greens in regulation.
"I didn't have a feel for my lines," he said.
Woods will now get a week off before going to the BMW Championship. How will he spend it?
"Pretty much a little school, ballet, dance, T‑ball, soccer," he said. "I've got a busy week."