2012 Players Championship Leaderboard: Tiger Heads To 18th Hole 1-Under Par Overall

Tiger Woods is 1-over through 17 holes in his final round and 1-under par overall in the 2012 Players Championship at the TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. Woods is currently tied for 38th as a rough start in the front nine as three bogeys and a triple bogey pushed the superstar further back.

Players that finished strong in the final round include:

  • David Toms - After sitting at even par for the tournament and 48th overall, Toms went 7-under for the round and is now tied for 5th on the leaderboard.
  • Spencer Levin - Levin is 4-under through 15 holes in his final round and is now 6-under overall.
  • Bob Estes - Estes matched Toms with a 7-under final round. Starting at 2-over for the day, Estes finished up at 5-under and tied for 14th.

Leaders Matt Kuchar and Kevin Na teed off at approximately 2:45pm Eastern and are taking their final hacks on the course. Can either one gain separation from the rest of the group? What about Rickie Fowler at 10-under? The competition continues at the TPC Sawgrass as a champion will soon be crowned.

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