Woods, before returning to the field, sluggish 2R 3 over par… Possibility of missing the cut

Tiger Woods (USA) was in danger of missing the cut in his return to the field after 7 months.

Woods made 2 birdies and 5 bogies in the 2nd round of the PGA Tour Genesis Invitational (total prize money of $20 million) held at the Riviera Country Club (par 71) in Palisades, California on the 18th (Korean time). He tied it up and shot a 3-over par 74.

With an interim total of 1 over par 143 strokes (tied for 60th place), he pulled up to the expected standard of passing the cut (1 over par).

However, due to the sunset, 14 players could not finish the second round and were unable to confirm passing the cut.

This tournament is a tournament that Woods showed up in about 7 months after missing the cut at the Open in July last year and entering rehabilitation and training.

Woods, who had been relatively good with a 2 under par 69 in the first round the previous day, was unable to completely escape from the aftereffects of a long field vacancy and a car accident on this day.

Woods, who started the game on the 10th hole (par 4), missed a 2.7m birdie putt on the 10th hole, followed by a 1.3m putt on the 11th hole (par 5), failing to reduce the number of strokes.

After that, Woods started to falter.

In hole 12 (par 4), the ball fell into the rough and bunker in succession, and the first bogey of the day came out, and in hole 13 (par 4), a tee shot landed in the rough and the putting was shaken, so I wrote down consecutive views.

Afterwards, he pulled out birdies on holes 14 (par 3) and 17 (par 5) and kept the par.

However, he slipped to over par, pouring out three bogeys on the final four holes.

It is a contrasting scene from the latter half of the previous day, decorating holes 16-18 with 3 birdies and rising to under par.

Woods succeeded in 1 on in hole 6 (par 3), but the putt went into the bunker, and in hole 8 (par 4), the tee shot fell into the bunker.

In the last 9th hole (par 4), the ball fell바카라 into the rough and bunker in a row and ended with a bogey.

On this day, Woods’ green hit rate remained at 50.0%, and the average number of putts when he hit the green soared to 1.889.

Max Homa, the 2021 event champion and winner of the Farmers Insurance Open on the 29th of last month, took the sole lead with 10 under par 132 strokes.

World No. 3 Jon Rahm (Spain) is aiming for his third win of the season by tying for second place with an interim total of 9 under par 133 strokes.

World No. 2 Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland) is tied for 7th place with 6 under par 136 strokes, and world No. 1 Scotty Scheffler (USA) is tied for 12th place with Lim Seong-jae (25) with 4 under par 138 strokes.

Kim Joo-hyung (21) is tied for 33rd with 1 under par and 141 strokes.

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