Tiger Woods has fallen back to even-par Friday at the 2012 Masters, hitting bogey on No. 6 to negate what had been a solid start. He teed off past the hole into the crowd, and went 1-over as he worked his way back to the green. He is now tied with the likes of Ian Poulter and Zach Johnson in 24th at even overall and five shots off the leaders.
Woods has now bogeyed both par-3s he has faced today. He hit even on all four of Augusta's par-3s on Thursday. He made par on the par-4 No. 7 hole to follow up his bogey and now faces a par 5 on No. 8.
Just one stroke ahead of Woods sits names such as Phil Mickelson and last year's Masters winner Charl Schwartzel. Jason Dufner and Fred Couples are currently your leaders after finishing their days at 5-under overall.
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