Published: Sun, February 25, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

List, Lovemark tied at Honda Classic; Woods 4 back

List, Lovemark tied at Honda Classic; Woods 4 back

Given the toughness of the course, especially in Friday's conditions, it was one of the most impressive rounds of the PGA Tour season so far. He dunked his tee shot at the par-3 15th, leading to a double bogey. The leaderboard is very tight as Woods at T-14 is four behind the leader but only four ahead of the last place among the 76 players who made the cut at 5-over 145.

But a series of missed birdie putts and two bogeys, during the brutal three-hole stretch on the back nine called the "Bear Trap", saw Woods sign for a one-under-par 69.

"The wind's howling out there".

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"I'm right in the ball game", Woods said.

"I'm learning how to play tournament golf again", Woods said. "It's good, though. These are the toughest test in golf". He was even par through 10 holes before reeling off four birdies over his final eight holes. "Four back on this golf course with 36 holes to go, I mean, anybody can win this golf tournament right now".

Pretty, pretty good for a guy playing in his third PGA Tour event of 2018 following a lumbar fusion previous year and who struggled last week in missing the cut at the Genesis Open.

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But on the par-4 13th hole, Tiger took care of that with authority. That was until he became the latest victim of the round-wrecking group of three holes. "I'm only four back with two hard days to go", said Woods, on the adjustments he's made to his game. A drop, a long pitch into the bunker with his fourth and a failure to get up and down meant that the four-time major victor - who is coming off a tied-20th finish at Riviera last week - walked off the green three shots worse than when he started and in real danger of missing the cut.

But he made up for it a bit when he launched a 9-iron to 6 feet at the par-4 eighth and drained the putt for a birdie to move to 1 under for the day and even par overall. When the 42-year-old reached the clubhouse, he was actually seven off the lead after starting the day four back.

List tallied five birdies and one bogey Friday to post the lowest score among the 141 participants who remained from the field of 144. "So I'm right there in the ballgame".

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The 14-time major champion rolled a five-footer home to avoid dropping a shot at the 14th, only to bogey the 16th after failing to get up-and-down from a greenside bunker. He and the rest of the field battled the high winds, the tough course and the hard, crusty greens. He was short-sided in a bunker and left his chip shot just short of the putting surface, blading a sand wedge up and missing his bogey putt when he said a gust of wind affected his balance.

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