SAN DIEGO — Tiger Woods‘ return to the PGA Tour after 17 months ended Friday after just two rounds at the Farmers Insurance Open, where he missed the cut for the first time at a course he has won on eight times as a pro.
Woods added a 72 to his opening-round 76 to complete 36 holes at 148 and was not close to advancing to the weekend, perhaps a good thing given the cool, blustery conditions and the back issues he is trying to overcome.
Of course, Woods wasn’t looking at it that way. He wanted to make the cut and give himself a chance over the weekend at a place where he’s had so much success. The cut was 144, even par.
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