The World Number Two finished five under par for the week at Augusta National - and despite a respectable showing the Englishman's wait for a first Major goes on.
"Today was typical of the way I played all week, really," he said.
"I played brilliant, just haven't made any. I hit a lot of great shots.
"Just today I should be standing here ten under - and that's without the carnage of the first three days on the greens here.
Last year's runner-up was clearly frustrated with what looked likely to be a share of 11th place.
"To come so close last year and got myself in good shape this year and then, but on the greens, it just makes me feel like pulling my hair out.," he added.
"I don't see any future in the short one [putter] for the near future for awhile, so I think I'll carry on with the belly putter. Maybe find one that fits a little bit better. This one isn't quite long enough and it's a bit flat, but I was battling with that today.
"It's a frustrating day, isn't it?"