Tiger Woods entered the BMW Championship needing a top-11 finish to keep his playoff hopes alive.
Last weekend, Tiger Woods had a disappointing performance at the Northern Trust. He withdrew from the tournament before teeing off in the second round due to tightness in his back.
After two rounds at Medinah Country Club, Woods is in serious danger of being eliminated. The former World No. 1 sits tied for 47th place and 10 shots behind leader Hideki Matsuyama.
Woods carded back-to-back rounds of 71 to sit at two-under for the tournament.
If he wants to crack the top-10, Woods needs to dominate the weekend. 21 golfers sit at seven-under or better for the tournament after two rounds.
After the round on Friday afternoon, Woods said he "left some shots out there."
It's been an inconsistent year for Woods on the tour. He took home the Green Jacket after winning the Masters in April - his 15th major tournament victory.
However, since then, it's been a roller-coaster. Woods missed the cut in two of the next three majors and now faces elimination from a tournament he won in 2018.
Tiger needs to make a major move on Saturday if he has any hope of keeping his playoff dreams alive.