It took a lot of work to get Tiger Woods to the first tee at The Open. Months of rehab after his car crash to get him back to competitive golf. Hours of effort from him and his team after rounds. Time off after he had to withdraw from the PGA Championship and skip the U.S. Open. But he's here.
Now, it's going to take a lot of work for him to stay the weekend.
After a dismal opening-round 78, Woods has to go low in the second round to have any chance of making the cut at St.