The Masters is back, and the biggest draw of the day, Tiger Woods, teed off this afternoon. After a tumultuous first round that saw Tiger card four bogeys and three birdies, Woods finished with a one-over par, 73. His second round didn't go quite as well.
Woods struggled early in his second round and found himself three-over on the day through the first five holes. He settled down with six-straight pars, but then put himself in trouble with a bogey on hole No. 12. Woods found the water on No. 12 for the second consecutive round, but was able to salvage a bogey both times.
He followed that up with two birdies, a bogey, and three pars to card a 3-over, 75.
That put him at 4-over for the tournament.
The cut line stands at 5-over, so Woods in safely in for the weekend.
It was a typical Thursday at the Masters for Tiger. He never seems to bring his best on the first day. However, he usually puts together a solid second round to put himself in prime position for the weekend.
However, it'll take a Herculean effort from Tiger, and a little luck, to win his first major since 2008.