VIDEO: Tiger Woods Press Conference after Round 4 of The Memorial

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He speaks!

After imploding Saturday and shooting a career worst 85 at the 2015 Memorial Tournament, Tiger Woods got out of Dodge and did not speak to reporters or do any interviews.

But following a final-round 74 on Sunday, Woods actually spoke. In his press conference, Tiger reflected on his round, the crowds and overall play during the 2015 Memorial Tournament.

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Tiger Woods Press Conference

Tiger’s last-place finish was the first time he finished in last place among players to make a cut in a tournament, according to Elias. Playing by himself Sunday, Woods played the last two holes in 3-over with a double-bogey at the last – to complete his 15th Memorial Tournament in 302 strokes at 14-over par, his highest 72-hole total ever.

“Just because I’m in last place doesn’t change how I play golf. Whether it’s the first day or last day doesn’t matter, play all out.”

This was just Woods’ fifth tournament of the year, his best finish a tie for 17th at the Masters two months ago. He missed a cut in Phoenix, withdrew in San Diego and was also tied for 69th at the Players Championship.

Next stop for Tiger? Chambers Bay, and the 2015 U.S. Open.