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Tiger takes a trip but recovers to card 68 and sit one stroke behind leaders in Augusta

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By ITN News Editor April 13, 2019 15:59

Tiger takes a trip but recovers to card 68 and sit one stroke behind leaders in Augusta

Major winners Francesco Molinari, Louis Oosthuizen, Brooks Koepka, Jason Day and Adam Scott shared top spot at the Masters at the end of the second round, but it was Tiger Woods who commanded the spotlight once again at Augusta National.Woods brought the roars back to the famed venue with a brilliant four-under-par 68, putting himself on track for a fifth Green Jacket. At six-under-par 138, the American is just one shot off the leaders heading into ‘moving day’.After an ordinary outward nine featuring three birdies offset by a pair of bogeys, Woods embarked on one of his trademark charges, carding three birdies after the turn to shoot up the leaderboard.It was like old times as the 43-year-old turned up the buzz with each shot, the roars echoing across Augusta National when Woods rolled in a long birdie putt at 15 and continued until he walked off the 18th where his birdie putt clung to the lip leaving him a tap-in par.

ITN News Editor
By ITN News Editor April 13, 2019 15:59

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