On Thursday, the world’s best golfers were back on the course at Pebble Beach in California for the third major tournament of the year.
Tiger Woods took home the Masters to kick the year off, followed by Brooks Koepka’s dominant run at the PGA Championship last month.
After two rounds of play, Woods found himself nine strokes out of the lead. He failed to take advantage of a few great iron shots on Friday and paid the price with a one-over par, 72.
Back on the course Saturday afternoon, Tiger was hoping to make a significant run on Moving Day.
That never happened as he produced one of the most enigmatic scorecards of the day.
Woods started the day with two bogeys, followed by back-to-back birdies to get back to even par for the day. He followed that up with another bogey on No. 7 to enter the turn at two-over for the tournament.
He failed to take advantage on the back nine – until he got to No. 18 that is. Woods found the green in two, and had a shot at eagle before settling for a parting birdie.
He enters Sunday at even-par after carding an even-par, 71.
That is some kind of even-par 71.
— Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) June 15, 2019
It’s a tough break for Tiger who found himself back in the win column earlier this year.
He’ll need an impressive round on Sunday to find himself in contention at Pebble Beach.