PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. – For the first time in his career at the Games Championship, Tiger Woods put two balls into the water at the par-3 17 hole, making a great start to the second round.  Woods drew his first shot on the hole and was surrounded by water with a short iron, as he went long and left and rolled into the water. The hole was playing 146 yards. Then, from the 100-yard drop area, he did it again, leading to 7 quenching – his highest score in 69 hole at a TPC Stadium course. Woods had to take penalty drops after every water ball and then two pots from 20 feet.
The only ball in the water was on the hole to that point.
Golf is hard.
Tiger Woods taking two in the water on No. 17. 1945 pic.twitter.com/xEqCMx04Z0
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put the 12th, 13th and 16th holes to go to 5 under and tied for the eighth in the competition, two shots behind the leaders. The contestant went back west to 1st and a tie for the 57th, but a shot inside the cut line.
PGA Tour winner opened 80 times the Thursday contest with 2-under-par 70. I 17 There were five best meetings at the contest, Woods, 43, previously, including talents in 2001 and 2013.
Going into the day, Woods only hit four balls in the water over his career at the 17th.