TODAY IS Tuesday June 19th
Tiger Woods comes in second at Valspar Championship
Monday Mar 12, 2018 12:00am

(PALM HARBOR, FL) - In the end, he came up short. Two-and-a-half feet short, to be exact. But who in their most positive moments could have ever envisioned Tiger Woods coming into the 72nd hole of a golf tournament at this point in his comeback with a chance to win the Valspar Championship? Woods' birdie putt on the 18th hole from nearly 40 feet stopped short, a theme throughout the day, and left him a stroke shy of Englishman Paul Casey, who fired a final round 65 on the Copperhead course at the Innisbrook Resort to claim his second PGA Tour title in addition to 13 European Tour wins. Casey sat in the clubhouse while Woods and Patrick Reed still had a chance to tie him, and it was Reed who faltered with a bogey at the last hole while Woods could not muster the birdie he needed. Woods said there were several instances of opportunities that he would lament, but he didn't appear to be beating himself up, either.

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