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13th Azalea 510 yards Par 5 2010 - Eagles 10, Birdies 107 Bogeys 33, Double bogeys 7, Triple bogeys or worse 1 2010 stroke average 4.
Westwood hit trouble at the most difficult hole on the course, the par-five 14th, when he three-putted for bogey to fall back to three over, Els also bogeying to return to one over, while Woods birdied.
The final day saw him start in a promising 29th overall, but while he traded three birdies with as many bogeys, it was a disastrous nine at the par five 13th that led to a second 76.
He closed with a bogey on 18 to finish three under after a 69.
Els was perfectly happy with his first drive, but got into trouble from there and was another to walk off with a double bogey.
Michelle Wie misses a putt on the 16th hole, starting a run of three straight bogeys.
18, on which there were two eagles, 30 birdies, 42 pars and five bogeys.
Faldo eventually putted out for a triple bogey 'six' while any bite he still had left disappeared when he dropped five shots from the sixth through to the turn.
The left-hander double-bogeyed the seventh and added bogeys at the eighth and ninth.
Gil Morgan, a three-time winner of the AT&T Classic being played this week at Valencia Country Club, led much of the opening round before a double bogey on the par-4 eighth hole - his 17th - dropped him into a tie for fourth.
Gary Murphy completed the back nine in four under and three birdies and only one bogey after the turn also brought him a round of 66.
While Woods posted the clubhouse target at two under par - he added a 68 to his Saturday 66 - Phil Mickelson had four bogeys in five holes around the turn and handed Australian Steve Elkington a two-stroke lead at five-under.