Former world number one Tiger Woods will not be at the FedEx Cup play-offs, after falling out of Wyndham Championship contention on Sunday.
Tiger Woods' bid to make the FedEx Cup play-offs has fallen short, the 14-time major winner dropping out of contention at the Wyndham Championship on Sunday.
Woods headed into the final round tied for second, two shots back from Jason Gore, but the American's bid for a breakthrough win " or runner-up finish, which would have also guaranteed him a spot at The Barclays " was derailed at the 11th at Sedgefield Country Club.
The 39-year-old scored a triple-bogey seven and followed up with a bogey at 12, making his three consecutive birdies from 13-15 redundant in terms of his aim.
He finished with a birdie at 18 to get back to even par for the day and move to 13-under overall, four behind clubhouse leader Davis Love III.
Woods had a share of the lead after 36 holes, but faded at the weekend, his scorecard reading 64-65-68-70.