AUGUSTA, Ga. — Tiger Woods rattled through the litany of poor shots that he hit Friday, the ones that put him closer to the cut line than to contention at the Masters.
He didn’t warm up well, and the difficulty continued from there, leading to a score of 3-over 75 and an early Saturday tee time.
But unlike the old days, when Woods came to Augusta National — or any tournament — expecting to win, he paused to offer the perspective that has been missing for much of his career.
Reed (66) emerges from pack, leads at 9 under
Patrick Reed shot a 6-under 66 in the second round Friday, moving to 9 under for the Masters and giving him a two-shot lead over Marc Leishman heading into what’s expected to be a wet Saturday.
Mickelson matches worst round ever at Masters
Phil Mickelson’s 79 on Friday matched his career-worst score at Augusta National and took him from contention to the cut line after the second round of the Masters.
Article source: http://www.espn.com/golf/story/_/id/23054450/2018-masters-tiger-woods-cards-second-round-75-makes-cut
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