Not even Tiger Woods can escape every bad lie on the Torrey Pines North spread.
Friday, Woods was victimized with a plugged lie on No. 18, which was his ninth hole of Round 2 at the Farmers Insurance Open.
After several practice chops at the ball, he pounded his wedge deep into the sand, pushing his ball just barely out of the bunker and a few feet onto the rough.
After a soft chip onto the green, Woods rimmed his comeback bogey putt. The resulting double left Tiger back at 2-under overall and perilously close to the cutline.
Watch the carnage unfold here:
Golf is hard.
A plugged lie leads to double bogey for Tiger Woods.
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) January 25, 2019
He was T65 at 2-under after 10 holes on the day.