Pontypridd's Phil Price shot a four-under-par 68 to finish the day in a tie in 20th place on 10 under, along with Barry's Stephen Dodd who had five birdies and two bogeys
in his round of 69.
There followed another bogey
at the first for the European number one while Woods followed suit at the second to leave both men at four over.
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.
In the same group, Wolverhampton's Peter Baker birdied the second and third to make him level for the tournament, but he then undid all the good work with bogeys
at the fifth and sixth to go back to two over, increasing his chances of a weekend off.
Sergio Garcia was at one under with two birdies and a bogey
after seven holes.
He had just one more birdie the rest of the way with five bogeys
for a disappointing end to a round that started with such promise.
Worse was to come on the ninth where a pulled approach found the burn to the left of the fairway and the resulting double bogey
dropped him back to level par.
Els was perfectly happy with his first drive, but got into trouble from there and was another to walk off with a double bogey
Colin Montgomerie was tied at 13th place with three holes remaining while Paul Casey was tied at 27th though the HSBC World Matchplay champion had improved on his first round display with four birdies and just one bogey
after 14 holes.
That putt was the start of three straight bogeys
, sending Wie to a 3-over 75 in her second round of U.
Up to joint second when he began his third round with two birdies he finished with bogey
and a double bogey
for a five-over 77 and a level-par total of 216 to be four shots outside the top 13 finish he needs to make a Masters debut in two weeks' time.
He evened the match when Otis made bogeys
on the pivotal ninth and 10th and took his first lead with a birdie on 14.
There was a second 76 for Michael Nesbit at Hillside and the damage was all done at just three holes with a double bogey
at the 195-yard fourth and bogeys
at nine and 10, but all the rest were pars.
Wolverhampton's Peter Baker had two birdies but three bogeys
to drop to three over while Atherstone's Paul Broadhurst was having a bit of a mare with five bogeys
and a double bogey
to leave him eight over after 14.
After digging himself a hole on Thursday, Casey dug in yesterday, firing five birdies with just one bogey
to lie at a three-over 143, after 36 holes.