PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. – For the first time in his career as a player in the championship, Tiger Woods put two balls into the water in the 17th hole, destroying the excellent launch to his second round  Woods first pulled the water in the hole surrounded by a short iron because he went long and left and rolled into the water. The hole played 146 meters. He then did it again from the 100 yards of drops, so he was forty-seven bumps – his highest score at the 69-hole TPC stadium. Woods had to make a penalty after each water ball, and then 20 feet later.
It was the only ball in the water on the hole until that moment.
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Tiger Woods Two in Water, Nr. 17. 💦 pic.twitter.com/xEqCMx04Z0
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The 12th, 13th and 16th holes got into the 5th and tied to the eighth tournament, with two leaders. Quadruple-bogey dropped him back to the 1st and tie to 57th, just one shot on the cutting line.
The 80th PGA tournament winner opened the tournament on Thursday with the 2nd level 70's. previous performances in the tournament, Woods, 43, had five top 10 awards, including victories in 2001 and 2013.
In the day, Woods reached only four balls into the water during his career in the 1950s.