Tiger Woods has made it to Amen Corner, but his first shot on the toughest stretch at Augusta National wasn’t the easiest in the world. Woods drove his ball into the pine-straw on hole No. 11, leaving him a tough approach to the green to begin the Amen Corner stretch. He made it out alive, coming up just short and right of the green. As it stands, Woods sits at even par on the leaderboard, lurking but well back of Rory McIlroy, whose 7-under through 15 holes is pacing the field.
You can find live coverage of Woods at Amen Corner at The Masters website, as well as a variety of other live feeds.
McIlroy is setting a blistering pace, currently three shots clear of Retief Goosen. It’s been a clean round for the youngster so far, with seven birdies to no bogeys, a feat in itself at Augusta. Ross Fisher has the clubhouse lead with a 3-under 69 for the day. The full leaderboard can be found here.
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