48-year-old ‘golf emperor’ Tiger Woods passed the cut at the Genesis Invitational (total prize money of 20 million dollars), a special tournament on the PGA Tour.

Woods lost 3 strokes in the 2nd round of the tournament held at the Riviera Country Club (par 71, 7322 yards) in Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, California on the 18th (Korean time) and went to the weekend round with a total of 1 over par 143 strokes. On the first day, he hit 2 under par with a long shot of 338 yards and a birdie in 3 holes in a row at the last minute.

Woods, who limped and took a difficult step at the Open in July last year, is poised to continue the 4th round as a host in this tournament he hosts. In an interview after the tournament, Woods said, “I wanted to show a good performance in the tournament I hosted.”

With 82 victories, tied for the most on the PGA Tour, including 15 majors, Woods conquered numerous courses on which he played, and even set records for some courses. Of course, after he was injured in a horrific car accident two days after finishing this event in 2021, his schedule was all messed up, but he’s clearly on his way to winning and breaking new records.

For Woods, Riviera Golf Club has as special memories as Ben Hogan’s winning record, so he is participating in this tournament for the 15th time, even if it is forced. Here’s a look at how Woods has performed in his last 14 contests. For reference, Riviera has hosted this tournament 59 times, starting with the LA Open in 1929.

In his last game, Woods finished second twice (1998-99), finished in the top 10 4 times, finished in the top 20 9 times, and passed the cut 10 times. There were 3 miscuts and 1 withdrawal.

Woods, 1992

1992: Miss Cutt,
16, debuted on the PGA Tour as a high school sophomore amateur. Of course, it was the U.S. Junior Champion qualification. However, with a score of 72-75, the total of 147 in the second round was 17 strokes behind the leader Davis Love III, so he was eliminated from the cut. Love III lost to Fred Couples in overtime. He was 6 strokes behind the players who competed in weekend games. “I’ve learned there’s a long way to go,” Woods said after the game. “I’m not competitive at this level and I’m at the junior level, but not at the pro level.”

1993: Miss Cut
Woods, who also played in the invitational the following year, was a year older and slightly taller, but shot 74-78 for a total of 152, also seven shots short of the cut.

1997:
In his first appearance since his T-20 pro debut, he shot a 2-under-par 69 on the final day for a total of 3-under-par 281 and finished in a tie for 20th. That year, Masters champion Nick Faldo won by three strokes with 272 strokes from second place.

1998: Second place in overtime
Riviera hosted the US Senior Open at the end of 1998, which was held at Valencia CC. Woods finished tied with Billy Mayfair with a 12-under 272 with scores of 65-66 over the weekend’s two games. On the first hole (18th) of the extension, Woods missed the fairway and lost by bogey. This was the only overtime loss.

1999: T-2
The venue returned to the Riviera, after Woods won the Buick Invitational at Torrey Pines. After finishing the third round with a bogey-free 65, he entered the final round two strokes behind leader Ted Triva, but failed to make several birdie chances. In the end, he missed the birdie on the last hole and finished with a two-stroke gap to champion Ernie Els, who scored 270 at 14 under par with 12 under par, and tied for second place with Tribar and Davis Love III.

2000 Woods

2000: T-18
Tiger’s heyday, he participated in 20 tournaments and won 9, including 3 majors, but only tied for 18th in this event. The winner of the tournament was a total of 5 under par 279 strokes, 7 strokes behind Kirk Triplett, who shot 1 over par 72.

2001: T-13
Woods, like the previous year, shot 279 to finish in a tie for 13th. However, it was the time when I was achieving the ‘Tiger Slam’ at the Masters in April.

2003: T-5
In 2002, I didn’t come out of the tournament because of the flu, and I came out in two years. On the final day, he shot 65, down 6 strokes, but was tied for 5th with a 6-under-par 278, three strokes short of Charles Howell III and champion Mike Weir (Canada) to go into overtime. 바카라사이트

2004 Woods 2004

: T-7
For the second year in a row, he started with a 1-over-par 72, but was far from winning. Weir scored a final 17 under par 267 to win the tournament for the second consecutive time.

2005: T-13
Recorded a 4-under 67 on the Riviera on day one, but the event was plagued by inclement weather. Woods did not finish the second round until Sunday and finished the tournament in a tie for 13th after a double bogey on the final hole. Adam Scott (Australia) won the 36-hole unofficial tournament with a 9-under 133.

2006: WD
Woods, who had won his two previous appearances, showed up on the Riviera with the flu and bogeyed the final two holes on a rainy Friday to record a 1-over-par 143, but was the first to withdraw from the event. Laurie Sabatini shot 13-under to win by one stroke over the previous year’s champion, Scott.

2018: 12 years of miss cut
In 2018, through the Tiger Foundation he founded, he hosted the tournament as a tournament host for the Genesis Open and competed. Woods shot a 5-over par 76 on the second day and missed the cut with a total of 6-over par 148 on the second day. After completing his third official tour event since 2015, he said, “I just need to play more competitions”.

2019: T-15
Woods dropped six strokes in the third round to show his hopes of winning but had to settle for a T-15. On the final day he shot a 1-over-par 72 and shot a 6-under-par 278, well behind 14-under JB Holmes.

Woods, a player and trophy winner in 2020 [Photo = Getty Image Korea]

2020: 68th Place
Woods, the organizer of the tournament, passed the cut, but only 68 people. Adam Scott won by two strokes with an 11-under par to Sung-Hoon Kang and Matt Kucha.

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