Tiger Woods misses cut at Genesis Open

Feb 18, 2018, 00:34
Tiger Woods misses cut at Genesis Open

A bogey at the 12th had him two-over and in recovery mode the rest of the way.

"Just the inconsistency of it, " Woods said when asked what bothered him the most.

"On a couple of tee shots I tried to hit little smoothies out there".

With the afternoon starters on the course, the projected cut line was one-over.

At the par-5 11th, a hole he took a seven on the day before, Woods three-putted to spoil a back-to-back birdie situation.

Even though Woods missed the cut, McIlroy believes the man who once seemed certain to challenge Jack Nicklaus's record of 18 major titles can contend again.

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Woods' abbreviated week in Los Angeles began with a lost ball in a eucalyptus tree and ended with his surprising loss of touch on the greens. He made a third straight bogey.

"I didn't really play that well today", Woods said Friday. "I like my game plan; I've just got to keep executing". "If I can just clean that up, I can start making my way up the board".

While Woods deteriorated from his first round, there was an improvement from playing partner Rory McIlroy, who overcame several misses on the front nine for a 69 to move to two under overall.

Woods is well aware of how hard the Honda venue is, but then again, not many of them are easy.

"I looked over and watched because I grew up watching Tiger do what he did", Saunders said.

"I think everyone just has to be patient with him - especially him being patient with it - and just give him time", McIlroy added. I am progressing, I'm starting to get a feel for tournament golf again.

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Smith's countryman Greg Chalmers, Aaron Baddeley and Geoff Ogilvy are playing for their spots in the weekend rounds with the trio sitting at one over the card early on day two. He heard plenty of stories about his grandfather, Arnold Palmer, who first brought the masses to golf more than a half-century ago.

"I've got a headache after all that", admitted McIlroy.

"UCLA's just down the road, so I know where to eat".

Chez Reavie was in the group at 68 and he was the only player from the morning to play bogey-free. Do you need more evidence of the quality of this golf course?

Patrick Cantlay joins Sarah to reflect on his second-round 69, which included a near-miss for an ace, as he took the clubhouse lead at the Genesis Open.

"Have that carefree attitude, have that "I'm really good at this game" and get out of your own way and let your talent come through a little bit", G-Mac explained.

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