Tiger Woods stay rating, outcomes, highlights from delayed Spherical 2 on the Masters
Tiger Woods has had an up-and-down Round 2 at the Masters, and he hasn’t even finished it.
Woods, who teed off at 2:30 p.m. ET Friday, called it a day after 10-plus holes because of lack of sunlight. He managed to drive off the tee at Hole 11 before officials blew the horn signaling the suspension of play at Augusta National. He lined up for his second shot when play resumed at 7:30 a.m. ET Saturday.
As for Tiger’s play: It wasn’t nearly as good as his first round, but good enough for him to remain at even for the round and 4 under par overall. It seemed as if things would pick up right where Round 1 left off, with Tiger nearly carding an eagle on the par-5 second hole. On the next hole, however, Tiger’s par-saving putt lipped out from 2 feet, giving him his first bogey of the tournament.
Tiger got back to even on the very next hole, but bogeyed again on Hole 7. At 8, he made the most of a par-5 to get back to even for the round. He finished the front nine and Hole 10 with a par each before calling it quits at 11.
In all, Tiger carded two birdies and two bogeys, hit 7 of 8 fairways and reached 7 of 10 greens in regulation.
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Tiger Woods score, highlights from Round 2
|Hole (Par)||Round 2 score (Overall)||Place|
|1 (4)||Even (-4)||T-18|
|2 (5)||1 under (-5)||T-12|
|3 (4)||Even (-4)||T-20|
|4 (3)||Even (-4)||T-20|
|5 (4)||Even (-4)||T-22|
|6 (3)||Even (-4)||T-22|
|7 (4)||1 over (-3)||T-25|
|8 (5)||Even (-4)||T-20|
|9 (4)||Even (-4)||T-20|
|10 (4)||Even (-4)||T-22|
|11 (4)||Even (-4)||T-23|
|12 (3)||Even (-4)||T-23|
|13 (5)||Even (-4)||T-21|
|14 (4)||Even (-4)||T-22|
|15 (5)||1 under (-5)||T-18|
|16 (3)||1 under (-5)||T-18|
|17 (4)||1 under (-5)||T-17|
|18 (4)||1 under (-5)||T-17|
Hole 18, Par 4 (par):
Shot 4: And there’s the par. Tiger is now 5 under par overall, leaving him four strokes off the lead.
Shot 3: Wow. Tiger nearly chipped that in. Should end Round 2 with a par.
Shot 2: Tiger knew right away his approach was off. His ball travels way left of the green. He’s got some work to do if he wants to save par.
Shot 1: A terrific drive once again puts Tiger on the fairway.
Hole 17, Par 4 (par):
Shot 4: Another par. Let’s see if Tiger can make something happen on the final hole.
Shot 3: Similar to the last hole, just never had a chance. Tiger’s putt immediately broke off to the left.
Shot 2: Got it to the green but left it a little short. Looking at a 15-footer for birdie here.
Shot 1: Classic Tiger. He pumps it down the center of the fairway and twirls the club.
Hole 16, Par 3 (par):
Shot 3: A par finish on Tiger’s last Par 3 of Round 2.
Shot 2: No chance on that putt. Tiger sends it a few feet past the hole.
Shot 1: Tiger puts a little too much muscle into his tee shot, but he’ll still have a birdie chance from 15-16 feet.
Hole 15, Par 5 (birdie):
Shot 4: Boom. He’s got a birdie. Really felt like he needed that one.
Shot 3: Some serious spin on that thing. Should be a 12-13 footer for birdie.
Shot 2: Tiger opts to go with the wedge. He’ll have roughly 100 yards to go.
Shot 1: Oh, Tiger likes this. That ball went 280-plus yards right down the middle of the fairway.
Hole 14, Par 4 (par):
Shot 4: Let’s keep the par train rolling.
Shot 3: Tiger sends it back up the hill, setting up an easy par.
Shot 2: Appeared to be a solid shot, but the ball rolls back down the hill and off the green.
Shot 1: A booming drive puts Tiger on the left side of the fairway.
Hole 13, Par 5 (par):
Shot 5: A third straight par to start the day.
Shot 4: Well, he’s not happy with that putt. He’ll have to settle for par again.
Shot 3: That’s a beauty. Tiger sticks it on the green and will have a great birdie chance.
Shot 2: He is actually in the rough and opts for a conservative approach.
Shot 1: Tiger’s drive goes about 265 yards and lands near the rough. The ball may have stuck on the edge of the fairway.
Hole 12, Par 3 (par):
Shot 3: Par it is.
Shot 2: The putt is on line and… just misses to the left. Another par coming.
Shot 1: Tiger’s tee shot lands on the green. He’ll have a birdie opportunity. About 15 feet from the hole here.
Hole 11, Par 4 (par):
Shot 4: Drops it in from about six feet away to save par.
Shot 3: The chip shot rolls just past the hole, but Tiger should be able to tap it in without much trouble.
Shot 2: Tiger resumes play from the rough Saturday morning. His comes up slightly short of the green.
And, that’ll do it for Tiger today. He seems content to call it a day now that officials have blown the horns signaling the end of play. He’ll resume Saturday at 7:30 a.m. ET.
Shot 1: A booming drive that doesn’t draw enough to avoid the cut. Tiger’s in the rough.
Hole 10, Par 4 (par):
Shot 4: Par.
Shot 3: Another close call; the birdie try misses just left and Tiger settles for the tap-in par.
Shot 2: Tiger goes with the 8-iron on the approach and lands another GIR. Not entirely level with the pin, however, and he’ll have about a 15-footer for birdie.
Shot 1: Tiger hits a nice stinger downhill, center of the fairway on what could be his last hole of the day.
Hole 9, Par 4 (par):
Shot 4: Par, with not much daylight left. Tiger can get one, maybe two more in before they call it for the day.
Shot 3: A nice look that had to clear the little ridge, but not quite enough break to sink birdie.
Shot 2: A nice approach from 200 yards out lands him a GIR, but it lands on the wrong side of a slight ridge that rolls him about 10 feet from the pin.
Shot 1: A beautiful drive that finds the center of the fairway.
Hole 8, Par 5 (birdie):
Shot 4: And he circled the drain for the birdie.
Shot 3: The pitch stops about a shoot shy of birdie of the gotta-have-it variety.
Shot 2: Not a bad approach shot. It stops a little short of the green but he has an easy pitch for an up-and-down birdie.
Shot 1: Tiger booms the drive and just misses the fairway bunker. Onward.
Hole 7, Par 4 (bogey):
Shot 5: Bogey.
Shot 4: It broke right. He’ll have to settle for the tap-in bogey, his second of the round. That said, he can get it back on the par-5 eighth.
Shot 3: Tiger wedges out but can’t get any rollback on the ball. He’s looking at another 7-, 8-foot attempt to save par.
Shot 2: Tiger cuts out of the rough with a tree just in front and right of him. The ball lands in the center front-side bunker, and that’s where he’ll pick things up.
Shot 1: Tiger’s drive fades far right into the second cut; he may have some tree trouble from the rough.
Hole 6, Par 3 (par):
Shot 3: And he centers it. That’s as good a two-putt par as you’re going to see.
Shot 2: He didn’t get enough roll on the long attempt, and he’ll have a 7-footer to salvage par.
Shot 1: Tiger’s tee shot is far and right. He’s on the back side just beyond the green and has another long look at birdie.
Hole 5, Par 4 (par):
Shot 4: And a straight-line par it is.
Shot 3: Again, too much distance for Tiger to birdie. But he’ll have a foot-long for par.
Shot 2: There’s another green in regulation for Tiger; he’s over the ridge and has a long look at birdie from the opposite side of the green.
Shot 1: And there’s a tee-grab drive from Tiger. He’s on the fairway with a decent look at the hole from 226 yards out.
Hole 4, Par 3 (par):
Shot 3: And he sinks it for par.
Shot 2: Not enough on the long putt, but he sets himself up for a manageable 2-foot par attempt.
Shot 1: Tiger’s tee shot lands flat on the green and he’s looking at 20 feet for birdie.
Hole 3, Par 4 (bogey):
Shot 5: And bogey it is. He lost the shot he gained but remains 4-under for the tournament.
Shot 4: Oof. Tiger’s par attempt dips in, then out. He’s looking at a three-putt bogey.
Shot 3: He had a good look at it, but the putt broke too soon and rolled to a foot away. He’ll have that to salvage par.
Shot 2: Tiger’s on the green a little beyond and right of the pin. The ball rolls back a bit and he’ll have a 5-, 6-foot look at birdie.
Shot 1: Tiger shoots for position on his drive.
Hole 2, Par 5 (birdie):
Shot 4: Birdie — he missed both of the par-5s on the front nine yesterday, so already doing better than in Round 1.
Shot 3: Tiger very nearly manages to eagle out of the bunker, but it flirts with the edge. He’ll have a tap-in birdie here.
Shot 2: Tiger finds the right-side bunker, close to the pin. Could be a challenge to get it over the lip without having it roll too far, but an up-and-down birdie is still in play.
Shot 1: Another beautiful drive that draws off the fairway bunker at 320 yards before rolling a fair distance. Good stuff early.
Hole 1, Par 4 (par):
Shot 4: And he salvages par.
Shot 3: Tiger manages a beautiful bump-and-run over the ridge, which rolls to within a few feet for a par attempt.
Shot 2: Tiger’s errant on the approach, which misses the green right. He’ll need an up-and-down for par.
Shot 1: And we’re off; Tiger finds the center of the fairway on his first drive of the day.
Tiger Woods tee time today
Tiger Woods is scheduled to resume Round 2 at 7:30 a.m. ET Saturday. He will remain grouped with Shane Lowry and Andy Ogletree before receiving his pairing for Round 3.
|Round||Tee time (ET)||Hole||Pairings|
|1||7:55 a.m.||Hole 10||Shane Lowry, Andy Ogletree|
|2||2:30 p.m.||Hole 1||Lowry, Ogletree|
|2 (resumed)||7:30 a.m.||Hole 11 (resumed)||Lowry, Ogletree|