Masters 2022: Kevin Na's five-putt(!) was as brutal as it sounds
AUGUSTA, Ga. — Tiger Woods made some personal history with a four-putt on Saturday at the 2022 Masters. Kevin Na did him one better a couple hours later. Well, one worse.
The five-time PGA Tour winner was hanging around the top 10 late in his third round when he found the green with his tee shot on the par-3 16th. From there, things got ugly. Let's just say he didn't use his patented walk-in move.
First, he rammed his 42-foot birdie putt up the slope and past the hole by 12 feet. Then, he rammed his par putt past the hole and all the way back down the slope leaving him an even longer putt than his first putt. From there, he cozied one up to about four feet and . . . missed once again.
Add it all up and Na walked away with a disastrous triple bogey that dropped him out of the top 30. The tournament didn't post the footage, but you can see all the putts on the Masters website. If you're into that sort of thing. And here's how it looked on Shot Tracker:
Yeah, it doesn't look any better there.