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2012 Masters Update: Tiger Woods' Struggles Continue

Tiger Woods, professional golfs most popular figure, started the day off strong, but has struggled heading into the 15th hole of the second round of the 2012 Masters tournament. He started the day strong, with a birdie, a par and another birdie, but has since bogeyed on four of the next 11 holes, paring the rest. He is currently sitting at 2-over par, seven strokes behind leaders Jason Dufner and Fred Couples.

Woods has struggled on the green over the last few holes, but that is leading to a bad overall game. Here on the 15th hole, Woods sends a ball into the crowd.

And then had to chip over a group of people to get back on the green.

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The frustration continued on the 16th hole as Woods hit another bad shot, dropped and kicked his club in disgust, showing how even the best golfers in the world can be humbled by Augusta National.

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Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.