Tiger Woods had it going on for the majority of his second round at the Tour Championship.
However, it's not good enough to get the job done for 13 holes. You have to play 18 holes, and Tiger did not.
Woods finally made a birdie on the third after 20 consecutive holes without one. The smile returned and so did Tiger's game. After he birdied the 13th, he was five-under on the day and two under par for the tournament.
However, the last five holes were simply awful. Tiger had a bogey, double-bogey and a mind-boggling triple-bogey on the 17th hole.
Tiger's five-under start turned into a one-over finish. He closed the second round at four over par, and he is tied for 29th with playing partner Jason Dufner.
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