When the second round of the Master was suspended due to darkness at 5:30 p.m. ET on Friday evening, Tiger Woods found himself in prime position to defend his Masters title.
The 15-time major champion was even-par for the day on the 11th hole when the horn sounded. Woods, who’s searching for a record-tying sixth green jacket, will continue his second round from the rough down the left side of the fairway when play resumes at 7:30 a.m. ET.
Follow Woods’ second round alongside 2019 Champion Golfer of the Year Shane Lowry and 2019 U.S. Amateur champion Andy Ogletree from Augusta National below with shot-by-shot analysis.
Hole 11 – Hole 4
Tiger begins his day after the horn sounds from the left rough on No. 11. From 203 yards his first swing of the day comes with a 4 iron in hand. You can tell its his first cut of the day because this one needed some help. hangs it out a bit to the right, hitting a hill and running towards the green before rolling just short of the putting surface. Time to get up-and-down and scramble on his first hole of the day for the third consecutive day. Chips this one up a good six feet past the hole and has a testy par save to start. No issues here. Par. Next.
TIGER ON THE DAY: Even thru 11 (4 under overall).
Check out Friday’s Tiger Tracker to get caught up on his second round.