The tee shot that put Woods in this massive fairway bunker wasn't awful, but it kept him from going for the green in two and symbolized his inability to take advantage of the par 5s on Thursday and Saturday. On those two days, a large part of his struggles could be attributed to the fact he was a combined two under on the four par 5s. In each of his two better rounds, Woods was four under. On this particular day, a birdie on No. 6 got him into red numbers, but a disappointing par here stalled any early momentum.