Woods falls short of victory

2011 australian open results tiger woods greg chalmers

SYDNEY, Australia (TheSpread) – Tiger Woods came close, but couldn’t get past Greg Chalmers for his first win since 2009 as Chalmers beat Woods by two strokes in the Australian Open.

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Woods shot a 5-under 67 on Sunday to get to 11-under for the tournament. He actually led midway through the event, but shot a 75 on Saturday to fall back in the field. Ultimately, Woods ended up third with Chalmer winning at -13 overall and John Senden was second at 12-under par.

According to oddsmakers, Chalmers had 50/1 odds to win this tournament, meaning a $100 wager on him will pay out an additional $5,000.

The top of the leaderboard featured a number of top players as pre-event favorite, Adam Scott, finished tied for fourth at 9-under, as did our pick to win, Jason Day.

2011 Australian Open Top 5 Results

1 Greg Chalmers -13 (275)

2 John Senden -12 (276)

3 Tiger Woods -11 (277)

T4 Geoff Ogilvy -9 (279)

T4 Nick O’Hern -9 (279)

T4 Adam Scott -9 (279)

T4 Jason Day -9 (279)

T4 Nick Watney -9 (279)

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