In a shocking turn of events that some didn’t see coming before, Tiger Woods has decided to head into the 2022 Masters with the aim of winning his 16th major championship, his sixth green jacket and his 83rd PGA Tour event – only 14 months after almost losing his right leg in a car accident. If his efforts in the first two rounds at Augusta National are any indication, Woods made the right call. Woods shot a remarkable 71 on Thursday and turned around with a 74 on Friday, battling the cold and swirling winds to sit on the outskirts of contention heading into the weekend.

Woods made his 22nd consecutive Masters cut and never missed the weekend as a professional in Augusta. His 22 consecutive cuts put him second all-time at the Masters behind only Fred Couples and Gary Player.

Still, Tiger fell from the top 10 – where he started Round 2. He sits T19 after 36 holes, 1 more for the tournament and nine strokes behind 36-hole leader Scottie Scheffler, who tipped him on Friday to go 5 cents for the lap and sit at 8 cents for the masters. However, Woods is only four behind for second place, a tie at four at 3 under.

For a guy who won five Green Jackets in his historic career and still never missed a cut as a professional at the Masters, Tiger’s swing and game continued to be as crisp as they come. have done throughout several practice laps over the past week. Woods is at Augusta National to compete and win. He’s not on the court just to play the course he’s most famous for.

CBS Sports will cover Woods live throughout the Masters with consistent coverage in this space. Keep reading for stories and schedule info as well as consistent updates throughout his time at Augusta National this week.

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Watch the 2022 Masters as streaming continues this weekend with Masters Live as we follow the world’s best golfers through Augusta National with Featured groupscheck in at the famous Amen Corner and see the leaders around the lap Holes 15 & 16. Watch live for free on desktop and mobile via CBSSports.com and CBS Sports app. Also available on Paramount+.

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