Woods struggles just to make cut

Updated: 25 February 2007 08:48 IST

Tiger Woods finished the second round at the Augusta Masters with a 1-over-par 73, leaving him 5 over for the tournament and 11 strokes behind leader Mike Weir.

Augusta, Georgia:

Tiger Woods wasn't supposed to be in this position - needing a 3-foot putt to make the cut at the Masters. Woods sank the testy putt on Saturday morning to complete the second round, ensuring that he'll be around for the rest of the weekend. But his pursuit of an unprecedented third straight victory at Augusta National is in serious jeopardy. Woods finished the second round with a 1-over-par 73, leaving him 5 over for the tournament and 11 strokes behind leader Mike Weir. No one has ever come from more that eight strokes back after 36 holes to win the Masters. (AP)

Topics : Golf
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