It was another weekend wipeout for Tiger Woods at a major golf championship.
The American shot a last-round of even-par 72 on Sunday, after a third-round 74 earlier in the day, and ended up 11 strokes behind winner Rory McIlroy at the PGA Championship.
It was a disappointing slide for Woods, who was tied for the lead after two rounds.
"The thing is to keep putting myself there," he said of his continuing search for a first major title since 2008.
"I'm not going to win them all and I haven't won them all, so I certainly have lost a lot more than I've won."
At Kiawah Island, his chance slipped away on Saturday when he bogeyed three of seven holes to start the third round before play was halted by rain.
"I came out with probably the wrong attitude (Saturday), and I was too relaxed, and tried to enjoy it, and that's not how I play," Woods said. "I play full systems go, all out, intense, and that's how I won 14 of these things."
His 15th major championship will have to wait at least until next year, even though he was in the mix yet again. In the US Open this year, Woods finished 75-73 to go from a tie for the lead to a tie for 21st.
At the British Open last month, his final-round 73 left him tied for third. That was his worst round of the tournament.
At the PGA Championship, Woods returned to the course on Sunday morning facing a seven-foot par putt on No.8, which he promptly missed to drop another stroke back. He rebounded later in his third round with birdies on 11 and 13, but the damage was done.
"You know how I am. I'm intense and I'm focused on what I'm doing and nothing else matters," Woods said. "I got back to that today and I hit some really good shots and I played the way that I know I can play."
He finished the third round five strokes behind and was never a factor after that.