The struggles have gotten more and more intense for Tiger Woods at Augusta, and it's starting to border on insanity. First we had the ball that barely didn't hit a hazard off an ill-fated shot to the green, then the pitch into the gallery, then his brief foray into the world of soccer after a wayward teeshot on a par-3.
Now Tiger is three-over par - while his partner, Miguel Angel Jimenez, coasts along at two off the lead at three-under - after a bogey on the 16th.
Woods managed to save par during his trip into the gallery on the 15th, but he was shaken. His tee shot on the par-3 16th went well off on the right into a bunker, and in an attempt to save the hole with a shot from the bunker went awry as his shot had enough pace to dribble off the green and nearly into water. Instead of a par, he bogeyed out the hole.
Woods is still not really in danger of missing the cut - he'd need to drop two strokes over his last two holes - but it's going to take a miracle for him to contend for the lead.