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Last Updated: Sunday, 11 April, 2004, 21:20 GMT 22:20 UK
Woods shows fighting spirit
Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods sank a 25-foot birdie putt at the last to end a poor Masters campaign on a high note.

The world number one shot a final round 71 for a two over par total and a share of 20th place.

After beginning with two bogeys and a birdie, the 28-year-old produced back-to-back birdies at the seventh and eighth to suggest a charge.

But any lingering hopes ended at the par three 12th when he put his tee shot into the water and took a double bogey.

"I didn't make any putts at all this week. You can't go around here and not putt well and expect to win. I'm off just a little bit," said Woods.

Woods also admitted he had vomited after the first hole, claiming to have eaten something that did not agree with him.

It is now two years since he last won a major.

He will now spend four days at Fort Bragg, where he will conduct a clinic and learn about the military lifestyle of his father, a former Green Beret.

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