On Friday morning, Tiger Woods returned to the golf course for his second round of the U.S. Open.
Pebble Beach created plenty of opportunities for the world's best golfers in the opening round, but showed her teeth to the players on Friday.
Woods was a casualty of the course playing more difficult in the second round.
The reigning Masters champion sat at one-under after his first round - where he was forced to battle for that score.
On Friday, Woods had a few great chances at birdie, but just couldn't buy a putt. In the end, Woods came off the course with a one-over, 72 - which moved him to even par for the tournament.
After signing his scorecard, Woods met with the media to voice his displeasure with his round, via ESPN.
"Yeah, a little hot right now. Not a good finish. Overall, I kept leaving myself above the hole.
Unlike yesterday, when I missed it, I missed in the correct spots below the hole. Today, I never had that many looks from below the hole. And the one I did have, I made at 11."
Woods will be back on the course for his third round at 2:27 p.m. ET.
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