It was another disappointing round for Tiger Woods at the 2010 Bridgestone Invitational, on a course he has historically dominated. Woods' 2-over 72 during Friday's second round doesn't look so bad, but relative to the field, it wasn't nearly enough to get back in contention. Luckily for Woods, there is no cut at the Bridgestone Invitational.
Woods recorded five bogeys and three birdies in total, bringing him to 6-over on the tournament. Woods is thirteen strokes behind the current leader, Retief Goosen, who's pacing the field at 7-under.
Woods' 6-over puts him in a tie for fourth-to-last place, a shot ahead of Lee Westwood. Even more disturbing for Woods is that this frustrating play is coming on a course he has utterly owned in the past; Woods has won at Firestone seven times prior. After a similarly disappointing finish at the friendly confines of St. Andrews at the British Open, Woods is sure to face increasing questions about the state of his game. This is the latest he has ever gone starts-wise into a professional season without winning a tournament.