"I felt like I played really well all week," said Woods, who still has not won a major when trailing heading into Sunday's play. "Finishing second is never fun. You play so hard, and it's just disappointing. ... I'm going to have to analyze what went right and what went wrong and adjust accordingly going forward."
"Angel played a beautiful round of golf," said Woods, who followed a day of brilliant ball-striking and sporadic putting with the exact opposite performance during a closing 72. "He went out there and put all the pressure on Jim and I, and we fell one shot short."