- Woods overcomes nightmare start to make cut at one over
- World No 1 Scheffler posts dazzling 67 to take five-shot lead
By this point it would be reasonable to assume Tiger Woods is beyond career firsts. Not so and, in this case, not for the right reasons.
Woods’s celebrated period at Augusta National had never included the playing of holes 1 to 5 in four over par. Until day two of the Masters’ 86th edition, that is. As Woods toiled badly in the most testing of conditions, Thursday’s fairytale had descended into Friday’s nightmare.
Written by Ewan Murray at Augusta
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