Title: Tiger Woods: Worst finish since '10
Description: DUBLIN, Ohio -- Sustaining success is never easy in golf, and even Tiger Woods can be excused for an off week. But his performance at the Memorial Tournament was nonetheless surprising, given his 2013 record in general, and his past play at Muirfield Village Golf Club in particular. More from ESPN.com Tiger Woods finished 20 shots back at the Memorial on Sunday. What's it mean heading into next week's U.S. Open? Gene Wojciechowski examines. Story Woods had visions of winning a season's fifth tournament prior to the U.S. Open for the first time and a sixth Memorial title overall, but instead headed back to Florida with one of the worst 72-hole performances of his career. With his third triple-bogey of the tournament, Woods on Sunday rallied to shoot even-par 72 -- after coming into the week having shot 15 of his last 16 rounds under par -- to finish 20 strokes behind winner Matt Kuchar in a tie for 65th. "Yeah, it happens," said Woods, who finished on the front nine while the leaders were playing the closing holes. "It happens to all of us. I'll go home next week and practice." Next up is the U.S. Open at Merion, which Woods visited last Tuesday and where he will attempt to win his 15th major championship. June 16 -- the final round of the U.S. Open -- will mark the five-year anniversary of his last major title, at the 2008 U.S. Open.