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Tiger Woods Finished His Second Round Friday Night - Here's Whether He Made The Cut

Tiger Woods smiles after drilling a put.

The biggest draw in the sport was back on the golf course this weekend, and he delivered on Friday afternoon. Tiger Woods carded his second round at The Memorial Tournament, which takes place at Jack Nicklaus' club outside of Columbus, Ohio.

The 42-year-old golfer started out with a rough first nine holes on Thursday morning, but turned in an impressive three-under on the back nine to get to even-par 72 in his first round.

He took the golf course in the early afternoon, but play was halted due to nasty weather in the area.

After a lengthy layoff, play resumed and Tiger finished his final seven holes to card a 5-under 67. He also hit the best shot of the day, a 95-yard pitch from the fairway at No. 11, which he holed-out for an eagle.

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After starting the day in 47th place, Woods is now tied for 24th and sits six shots off the lead with two rounds left to play.

He'll have to go low on Saturday and Sunday to have any shot at the top of the leaderboard.

Woods tees off this morning at 11:20 a.m. ET.