Golf: Tiger's major misery extended at Oak Hill
ROCHESTER, United States (AFP) - Tiger Woods says he is unconcerned about another year passing without another major win, but his bid to break the all-time record of Jack Nicklaus is clearly in jeopardy.
World number one Woods spent much of Sunday's final round of the PGA Championship touring the trees and testing the thick rough at Oak Hill's 7,163-yard layout on his way to a par-70 to finish 72 holes on four-over par 284.
The 14-time major champion, chasing the record 18 major wins by Nicklaus, has not won a major title since the 2008 US Open.
And while Woods shared fourth at the Masters and sixth at the British Open this year, he has not broken 70 in his past 16 weekend rounds at a major.