Tiger Woods surprised the golf world by announcing he’d play the Masters this year. Then he surprised many golf experts by getting himself onto the first page of the leaderboard on the weekend, even if it was a thin leaderboard and Woods was ten strokes back of the lead.
Woods shot 73-69-68-73, but his solid play left him deep in the wake of winner Jordan Spieth, who tied Woods’ record for low total at the Masters at 18-under. Bright spots in the takeaway? Woods got his first eagle at Augusta since 2012, penciling in a 3 at the par-5 13th hold on Sunday. Bummers? He hurt his wrist on the 9th, slamming his club into a grounded impediment–possibly a root. He has been battling injuries for years.
— GOLF.com (@golf_com) April 12, 2015