While showing signs of promise, Tiger Woods has seen career lows in 2018
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While showing signs of promise, Tiger Woods has seen career lows in 2018

Tiger Woods has played six competitive rounds in two tournaments in 2018.

He finished a respectable T-23 at Torrey Pines in the Farmers Insurance Open. Three weeks later, he wasn't able to make the weekend, missing the cut at Riviera for the Genesis Open.

While six rounds doesn't tell us much about how Woods will do for the entirety of the year, his first starts of the season do suggest where Woods' game is and where it needs to get -- in a hurry.


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