After a barrage of misreads, short misses and rim-outs on greens he could not figure out, Tiger Woods might want to go back to his old putter.
And find a new sand wedge while he’s at it. Woods, who got under par on Day 1 of the PGA Championship by swapping his usual putter for one that was a little longer, ended up in a battle simply to make the cut in the second round.
He shot 2-over 72 to finish at even par at the midway point at Harding Park.
He is eight shots behind leader Haotong Li. On Day 1, Woods made 114 feet worth of putts. On Day 2, the grand total was about 48 feet.