After shooting a 66 Friday at the Robert Trent Jones course, Tiger Woods expected more of the same on Saturday.
That wasn't to be the case, unfortunately, as Woods played "Army golf" -- left, right, left, right -- for much of the front nine, scrambling to make seven consecutive pars before settling for a 1-over 37.
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It didn't get much better on the back, as Woods continued to struggle with his woods off the tee. However, his iron play was solid -- and Tiger finally recorded his first birdie of the day at No. 15.
Then he stepped to the tee at the par-3 16th and proceeded to hit this gem:
Woods came within seven inches of recording his first competitive hole-in-one since 1998 and finally added a decent highlight to an otherwise dreadful day. Tiger wound up with a 3-over 74 Saturday, taking himself out of contention.