LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Tiger Woods’ score today is dismal at the PGA Tour’s Waste Management Phoenix Open 2015 today. Tiger Woods is unlikely to make the cut of the PGA Leaderboard today. But Tiger Woods may potentially even finish last. What is Tiger Woods’ current score on the PGA Tour’s Waste Management Phoenix Open stop?
Tiger Woods’s score is so bad that he won’t make the Projected Cut of even (around #62 place) for Saturday, officials confirm to news. But Tiger Woods’ score is currently putting him in last position. Woods is currently 10 over through Friday, and eight over in today’s second round action.
Woods shot a seventy-three on Thursday. At the time, LALATE reported that Tiger could struggle to make Saturday’s cut. But Today, Tiger is even getting worse, He is eight over through the eleventh hold. He is tied in #131 position with Michael Hopper. In fact, Woods is three strokes worse than any other golfer on the field. Scott Piercy and a few others are five over currently. Meantime, Ryan Palmer and Bubba Watson remain in the lead. Both are one under today. Palmer is in first at eight under overall through the seventh hole. Watson is in second at seven under through the second hole. What is wrong with Tiger? “Physically I’m fine”, he told ESPN this week. “I feel great. Mentally I’m a little bit tired from the grind of trying to piece together a round.” For live leaderboard results today click HERE.