This has been a strange year for Tiger Woods, and it took another bizarre twist when a fan was arrested for running toward the seventh green at CordeValle and tossing a hot dog in Woods' direction. The bun barely reached the green. The hot dog landed on the putting surface.

The 31-year-old man, whose name wasn't released, dropped to the ground to be arrested as Santa Clara sheriff's deputies converged on him.

Woods backed off his birdie putt, then quickly resumed play. The man later admitted to having a drink or two at the course.

In his first tournament action in seven weeks, Woods played decently. He finished with three straight rounds of 68 to finish seven under par. Woods finished tied for 30th. Bryce Molder defeated Briny Baird on the sixth playoff hole to win. It's the longest playoff on the PGA Tour this year.