Tiger Woods made a 13-foot putt on the ninth hole, his 18th of the day, for his only birdie in Round 2 of the Wells Fargo Championship.
And since it was his only birdie, we figured you ought to see it.
It took 18 holes to get it, and this birdie may be very important for Tiger's weekend chances @WellsFargoGolf.#LiveUnderPar pic.twitter.com/mYeSud1zSI
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) May 4, 2018
Woods finished with a 2-over 73. At 2 over par, through two rounds at Quail Hollow, he was on the projected cut line when he wrapped up play.
Woods hit 13 of 18 greens in regulation on Friday, but averaged more than two putts per GIR. How bad was his putting?
Even with his birdie make at 9 (13 feet), Tiger finishes today with a strokes gained putting total of -2.92, his worst in a PGA Tour round since 2012.
— Justin Ray (@JustinRayGC) May 4, 2018