Tiger Woods: 'Greens were tricky'

Woods: 'Greens were tricky'
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Tiger Woods says that the ever-changing greens of Augusta were his undoing at the Masters.

Tiger Woods has said that he struggled to adjust to the difference in green speed following the shower during the final round of the Masters.

The world number one finished four shots off the pace at Augusta, but revealed that the greens played differently each day on the famous course.

"It's one of those things where this golf course was playing a little bit tricky today," Woods said. "We had four different green speeds out there and I couldn't believe how slow they were the first two days.

"Yesterday, I couldn't believe how fast they were. And then today, it was another different speed again.

"I had a hard time getting accustomed to the speed of the greens today. I struggled hitting putts hard enough."

Adam Scott went on to win the green jacket in a playoff against Angel Cabrera.

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