Tiger Woods & # 39; Returning to the FedExCup playoffs did not go according to plan.

After scoring two par 71 games on Thursday and Friday in the Northern Trust, the first event in the Gulf's FedExCup playoffs, Tiger narrowly missed the weekend. He rebounded on Saturday, scoring a 3-under 68, but he kicks Sunday, who argues nowhere near for the tournament.

Dustin Johnson entered the week at the top of the FedExCup stand, closely followed by Justin Thomas and Brooks Koepka. Justin Rose and Bubba Watson complete the top five.

Tiger beats Austin Cook at 10:00 ET. Follow his Sunday round with a shot-by-shot analysis.

Hole 4 – Par 4

3 wood here for TW and it's another great shot on the fairway.

Hole 3 – Par 5

Tiger The driver is here and he just smoked this on the right side of the fairway. Fairway wood here for Tiger and he knocks it down the fairway on the left next to the green. He did not try to get to this one in two (he had about 300 yards to go), but instead he sets up a large angle on the green to hit a wedge nearby. No great effort from here, left it short and 40 feet outside. He gives this birdie a great run and it comes about an inch too short. Missed opportunity to score here, but no damage. Par. 1-under 3 (4-under for the tournament)

hole 2 – par 3

Great release from the tiger here on the 172-yard par 3 a little to the left of the hole, but it rolls from a drop to within 10 feet of the cup. Bang! He drops the putt and has the perfect speed all the time. 1-under 2 (4-under for the tournament)

Hole 1 – Par 4

Tiger has a fan in the gallery after the missing left with his tee. He looks at it from the rough and on the green and leaves a birdie putt of about 30 feet. He leaves it short and types for Par. Even by 1 (3-under for the tournament).