The Players Championship 2012 Leaderboard: Tiger Woods Finishes At -1

Tiger Woods had a final round score of 71 with helped him finish at 1-under par overall in the 2012 Players Championship at the TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. Woods finished tied for 39th on the leaderboard as a rough start in the front nine as three bogeys and a triple bogey pushed the superstar further back.

Players that did finished strong in the final round include:

  • David Toms - Toms was even through three rounds in the tournament but a 7-under final round now has him tied for 5th on the leaderboard.
  • Spencer Levin - Levin is 5-under through 17 holes in his final round and is now 7-under overall.
  • Bob Estes - Estes also shot 7-under for the final round and finished at 5-under and tied for 14th.

Leaders Matt Kuchar and Kevin Na teed off at approximately an hour ago and are hopeful to try and close the show. Kuchar lost a stroke and Rickie Folwer has gained two, while Kevin Na's birdie on two has given him a two stroke lead through three holes of play. The action's heating up, and it looks like we'll have a three-man race to the finish.

For more coverage of the 2012 Players Championship, keep checking this StoryStream. For updates and perspective on all things golf, visit Waggle Room or stay tuned to SB Nation's dedicated golf hub.

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