Tiger Woods' Terrible 2nd-Round Performance Ruins Masters Hopes
Tiger Woods' second round meltdown at the Masters on Friday proved that he will not win his fifth Green Jacket on Sunday, and his Major drought will continue until at least May's U.S. Open.
Woods' body language on Friday showed you all that needed to be seen of his second-round performance.
On many holes he was notably frustrated with his shots, but the most memorable highlight came on No. 16 when he kicked his club in an angry tantrum.
Woods has a lot of ground to make him to get back into contention. His three-over 75 on Friday leaves him eight shots off the lead.
Despite this difficult challenge facing him, Woods is confident he can climb up the leader board and make a run.
I've been around the block for a number of years, and I understand how to be patient. I understand how to grind it out, and the tournament is not over. Last year I think on the final round I made up seven shots. I can do this. I've just got to be patient. Obviously, I've got to cut that deficit down tomorrow with a good, solid round, then get off to a quick start on the front nine Sunday and see where that puts me.
Woods was awful off the tee in the second round and he drove a number of balls into the rough instead of the fairway. He even drove one tee shot into the crowd on the back nine.
Can Tiger win the Masters?
Tiger's swing just looked poor for most of the round, and he looked uncomfortable on the greens. Unless Woods fixes his game over night, he will not be a contender for the Green Jacket on Sunday.
Absolutely nothing from Tiger's game over the first two rounds leads me to believe that he can turn it around and climb back into contention.
Tiger's second-round performance ruined his chances of winning the Masters.
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