2012 Masters Update: Tiger Woods Struggles, Sitting At 3-Over Heading Into Weekend Rounds

Tiger Woods finished the first round of the masters with an even par score. He started the second round out strong. He birdied two of the first three holes to get to 2-under par, but he finished the day 3-over with a second-round score of 75. Things started to go downhill after he bogeyed on the fourth hole.

Woods was unable to bounce back from that and by the time he finished, he had bogeyed the sixth, ninth, 11th and 16th holes as well. By the time he had finished, he was not only struggling on the green, but in other aspects of his game as well. He was hitting balls into the crowd and showing all his frustration on his face, even once dropping and kicking his club.

Woods' entire day can be summed up by the following look:

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The projected cut is at 6-over, so Woods isn't in danger of not making it this weekend, but if he has another day like he did today on Saturday, he will likely be too far behind to have a shot at winning, especially if leaders Fred Couples and Jason Dufner continue to pull away.

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