Tiger Woods hit his drive into the rough on the par 5 16th. He wasn’t too pleased with his second shot out after it also landed in the rough. Woods, who started the day at -3, thought about snapping his iron over his knee like Henrik Stenson did during the first round but fought the urge. He walked away with a par and was even heading into the par 4 17th where he made a triple bogey and dropped to +3, one shot behind the projected cut.
Safe to say Tiger isn’t too happy with his round.
Update: Tiger birdied the 18th to move to +2. Looks like he’ll be around for the weekend.
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