Tiger Woods Survives Cut At Honda Classic After Shooting 68

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. (AP) — Tiger Woods finally figured out what was going wrong on his last three holes. Now he can only hope it’s not too late to give himself a serious chance in the Honda Classic.

Woods had three birdie putts inside 6 feet. He also hit two shots into the gallery and another one into the water.

His second round ended Friday with consecutive birdies for the first time in three rounds of stroke play, giving him a 2-under 68 that left him at least seven shots back going into the weekend.

He had another large gallery at PGA National, including a newcomer to the scene — Charlie, his 3-year-old son.


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