The PGA Tour Leaderboard at the Quicken Loans National golf tournament at Congressional Country Club on Sunday had Justin Rose on top and he won in a playoff over Shawn Stefani to win the tournament and he comes in at number one after Tiger Woods missed the cut and now the players look forward to the Open Championship.
The PGA Tour Leaderboard at the Quicken Loans National golf tournament at Congressional Country Club on Saturday has Marc Leishman, Oliver Goss, Ricky Barnes and Patrick Reed in the lead and Tiger Woods is out after missing the cut at the tournament and now he will be focusing on the British Open Championship coming up and he looks to get back on track in 2014.
The leaderboard is live as Tiger Woods returns to the PGA Tour at the Quicken Loans National Congressional tournament for the second round and he teed off on Friday and eventually missed the cut and now he is done and will focus on the Open championship, as Jordan Spieth and Jason Day lead into the 3rd round and the weekend.
Woods is coming back after a long layoff from back surgery and he started off five over with a 74 on his first day and while he was sloppy and had a number of bogeys, he got sharper as the day went on and now he is ready to clean things up in round two. The course was not forgiving for most players, as only 26 had scores at par and now Woods will try and get back into the mix with a nice second round in Bethesda after ending strong.
Woods opened with seven bogeys over his first long stretch, but he finished with half of his last six holes as birdies to save face a bit and now he will try and cut the wasted shots on Friday as he tries to make it into the third round on Saturday. Woods was accurate with his driver and also was solid while hitting most of the greens and he said afterwards that he felt those things were positive for him and that the rust of getting back into action should shake off soon. Woods is preparing to play in the Open Championship and this is his first action since getting back surgery.
Woods dropped out of play three months ago and had surgery and while he missed the Masters and the US Open, he was playing in tons of pain and that is one reason why he struggled earlier this year. Woods is now back and he said that he would likely be a bit rusty, but he added that the final stretch of holes felt good and he had multiple birdies to keep his score close enough and now he can try and get back even at least into the weekend.
The leaderboard has Marc Leishman on top early and he was six under through 17 holes and he was five under for the day. Ricky Barnes is performing well, while Greg Chalmers was one of the late tee times and he is right in the mix as well. Some of the other names in the top part include Justin Rose, Bill Hass, who won last year, as well as Patrick Reed and Billy Horschel.
Check here for the live leaderboard coverage from Congressional in Bethesda from the PGA Tour.