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2012 Honda Classic: Tiger Woods Makes Cut With Late Rally

Although it did not come easily, Tiger Woods was able to make the cut at the 2012 Honda Classic with a score of 68 on Day 2 and sits at one-under-par.

After shooting a plus-one 71 during Round 1, Wood was looking to get back in the hunt before the weekend's play.

Beginning on the back nine, Woods shot one-under after the first half of his round, taking advantage of pleasant morning conditions. After shooting a birdie on hole four, Woods ran into trouble on the fifth hole, hitting a ball into the water and taking a double bogey.

Now sitting at even par, Tiger was able to recover, going birdie-birdie on holes eight and nine to end his round.

Woods currently sits seven strokes behind tournament leaders Tom Gillis and Justin Rose who are tied at eight-under-par.

For more updates on the 2012 Honda Classic throughout the weekend, keep it to this StoryStream. For news around the PGA, make sure to visit the PGA Tour SB Nation Hub Page.

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