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The Tour Report

May 12 2013

5:52 PM

Tiger suffers key double bogey at 14

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. -- Tiger Woods stepped on the 14th tee with a two-shot lead, but he walked off the green in a four-way tie after suffering a double bogey.

On his downswing during his initial swing on the tee at 14, Woods stopped short because of an insect. After re-setting, his tee shot landed in the water to the left of the fairway. He faced an awkward second shot after his drop, with the ball above his feet and sitting in the sliver of rough between the bunker and water.

While taking his drop, David Lingmerth and Sergio Garcia were each making birdies at the 13th to move to 12 under.

The shot came up short of the green and Tiger chipped to 6 feet. But he missed the bogey putt, dropping from 14 under to 12 under.

It was Tiger's first missed putt all week between 4 and 8 feet.

That put him in a tie with Lingmerth, Garcia and Jeff Maggert.