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The Tour Report

September 23 2012

2:48 PM

Woods losing ground in FedExCup

ATLANTA -- Tiger Woods is headed in the wrong direction during Sunday's final round of the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola.

Woods, who has two wins and four runner-up finishes during his careere at East Lake, is 4 over through his first six holes. He can win his third FedExCup with a TOUR Championship win, but he now trails Brandt Snedeker by nine shots.

Woods, who is even par for the tournament, got going in the wrong direction when he took three to get down from the back fringe at the first hole. He made another bogey at No. 5 when he missed a 3-footer to save par and doubled the sixth when his tee shot found the water.

Woods now is 10 strokes back in the FedExCup projections.