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Woods withdraws mid-round in Genesis Invitational comeback

Tiger Woods’ PGA Tour comeback ended in another withdrawal after the 15-time major champion pulled out during his second round at the Genesis Invitational.

The tournament host was making his first appearance of 2024 and just his seventh at an official PGA Tour event since The Masters in November 2020, with Woods playing a limited schedule due to injuries in recent seasons.

Woods mixed five birdies during six bogeys during an eventful opening-round 72 at Riviera Country Club, keeping him within eight strokes of early leader Patrick Cantlay, where he made a shank on the fairway during his final hole and struggled with back spasms over his closing holes.

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Woods hit an incredible shank shot on his approach to the 18th hole as he bogeyed the last to finish on one-over-par at the first round of the Genesis Invitational

The 48-year-old birdied the opening round of his second round as he looked to battle through to the weekend, only to slip below the cut mark after back-to-back bogeys from the fourth hole.

Woods made a two-putt par at the sixth hole and hit his tee shot onto the seventh fairway before calling an early end to his round, with the former world No 1 having his head in his hands as he was taken from the course on a buggy.

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