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Tiger Woods In Danger Of Missing Cut At U.S. Open

Tiger Woods in his back swing.

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FL - MAY 13: Tiger Woods of the United States plays a shot on the 13th hole during the final round of THE PLAYERS Championship on the Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass on May 13, 2018 in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images)

Tiger Woods is back on the course this morning. After a rough first round, he's hoping to bounce back with a solid round on Friday.

The 2018 U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills chewed up the world's best golfer's and spat them back out during the first round, and it's not letting up now. Only a handful of golfers are under par in their second rounds so far.

Tiger Woods is among them. He'll have to go even lower, though, if he wants to make the cut.

The cutline is currently set at six-over. Woods sits at seven-over after carding his second birdie of the day at No. 16.

The course is likely to play easier today without the significant winds from Thursday's round. It's also raining, which should make it easier to control the ball.

Woods sits just one shot back of the cut, which is likely to move to seven or eight-over par over the course of the day. That means Tiger needs to stay at even-par throughout the rest of the day - but to ensure his safety, Tiger likely needs to get to five-over par just in case.

We'll keep you up to date with the latest from Tiger's second round.